Judith Sambrook refused to complete her census form in protest at the involvement of weapons manufacturer Lockheed Martin in processing census data. She has been charged and will appear at Wrexham Magistrates Court on 11th November at 10.00am. Judith, a single parent from Shrewsbury who is on dialysis three days a week, plans to continue her resistance by refusing to pay any fine imposed and is prepared to go to prison if necessary. There will a demonstration and vigil at the magistrates court and at the war memorial in Wrexham:
ASSEMBLE 9.30am OUTSIDE WREXHAM MAGISTRATES COURT on FRIDAY 11 NOVEMBER.
- against war, weapons manufacturers and the arms trade, and against
Lockheed Martin in particular
- in solidarity with Judith and all census refusers
- to condemn the criminalisation of conscientious census objectors
As this is also Remembrance Day, we will hold a silent vigil at 11am at the war memorial, which is just 50 yards from the court.
Llwyn Isaf, (the green behind the Guildhall), between Rhosddu Rd and Chester Street, Wrexham.
What is Peace? Come and help us find out. All welcome.
Also, Exhibition: 'Nonviolence Works' all week upstairs in Wrexham Library. After-show party at the Horse & Jockey pub Wed evening.
Read about the background to International Day of Peace on our blog (link in top left-hand corner of this page).
Organisers of these events: Heal the Last Stand; Wrexham Peace & Justice Forum; Wrexham Diocese Faith, Peace & Justice Network; many friends.
Quaker Meeting House, Holt Road, Wrexham.
Contact WPJF for more information.
We will do our best to offer lifts to and from the bus or train station for people travelling by public transport. Depending on where you live and who is coming to the meeting, we may be able to pick you up/drop you off at another more convenient point. Please contact us in plenty of time if you need a lift.
Call 0845 330 4505 or email: email@example.com
Directions: From Wrexham: From the roundabout by Wrexham Swimming Baths, take the Holt Rd exit. Friends Meeting House is on the left at the bottom of the hill just by the first set of traffic lights.