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TW CND Leaflet composed by Cllr. Val Catt with electronic entry by myself.   

  1989 Vigil on the Pantiles.

There were many good Hirshima/Nagasaki day leaflets created locally + A sculpture of the church directly under the bomb which remained partly standing despite the completely flatterned builds all around. This is the only leaflet I have from TW CND's period during Thatcher times.



6th August,


9th August,

1945 In Memoriam

A silent vigil will be held on the

 Pantiles on 3rd August 1991 between

 2.30 + 4.00 p.m

 PEACE FORUM. Grassroots, The Mews,

 71-73 Camden Rd, Tunbridge Wells.


 This is a silent vigil:

    to remember the holocaust

that happened 46 years ago when atomic bombs

were dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki,

    to protest against War, and famine happening

in the third world today, Often made worse

by the arms trade, and the resource needs

of the first world,

    hoping for a world without nuclear weapons,

caring for the needs of people, and the

environment instead.

"Hier stehe ich. lch kann nicht anders"

("Here I stand, I can do no other.")

Martin Luther 1521

Please join us for a while.