1 August 2020

Dates for your diary: August 2020 onwards

Overview of events 


Thursday 6th August - Hiroshima Day events

Tuesday 18th August - NSGP online: What kind of future do we want for North Somerset?

Read on below for more information about these meetings.

Further meetings will be held in September and October. Our Annual General Meeting is scheduled for Thursday 12th November.


Thursday 6th August – Hiroshima Day

a photo of the Hiroshima A bomb domeDue to Covid restrictions, we shall not be holding our Hiroshima Day ceremony in Clevedon as planned. However, CND is organising a varied programme of activities to suit all – irrespective of whether one is shielding or self-isolating.

Commemorate with others in Bristol

A programme of activities is being organised between Thursday 6th August and Sunday 9th August. Visit this page to find out more.

Commemorate individually

Join a Peace Wave – at 8.15am on 6th August, take a photo of yourself with the CND poster and share it with others.

Or take part in CND’s Cranes for Peace Challenge. CND are asking supporters to seek sponsorship from family and friends to fold origami peace cranes, to raise money to help our campaign against nuclear weapons to ensure that the world never has to see another Hiroshima or Nagasaki.


Tuesday 18th August, 8pm  – NSGP online: What kind of future do we want for North Somerset?

If you’d like to join a discussion with other Green Party members and councillors before submitting your views on the North Somerset Council consultation then join us on 18th August. 

North Somerset Council are in the early stages of preparing a new local plan for North Somerset. The North Somerset Local Plan will guide housing, jobs and business investment, transport, community facilities and supporting infrastructure in the area until 2038. 

The first stage focuses on the challenges and issues facing North Somerset, such as the climate emergency, how and where to provide jobs and homes, our to ensure development is located in sustainable places, how to protect and enhance our green and blue space and the future role of the Green Belt. 

This online consultation will run for six weeks from Wednesday 22 July to Wednesday 2 September 2020.

If you are interested in attending this event, then please email us for a Zoom invitation.


Photo by Paul Blenkhorn @SensoryArtHouse on Unsplash

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