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Mainshill: Stories From the Woods

by Coal Action Scotland

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"The Mainshill Solidarity Camp was set up in June 2009. For over seven months the camp stood in the way of the open cast mine with fortified bunkers, tunnels, treehouses, a giant scaffold tripod and a fort. The camp had massive support from the local community with constant visits and donations of food. The campers survived one of the coldest and snowiest winters in decades and were forcibly evicted in late January 2010. The eviction lasted five days and forty three people were arrested. The camp and the eviction were just one step in the battle against the open cast at Mainshill, the campaign continues."

- http://coalactionscotland.org.uk/
  clpzines | Sep 14, 2011 |
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