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Newsletters Archive

Newsletter No.

Newsletter No. 8

March 1997

An A to Z of campaigning and activist links…

Newsletter No. 9

June/July 1997

Victory in Swansea

Easter Utopia

Queen Voted Worst Landowner

Towpath Cycle Charge Scheme

Newsletter No. 10

Aug/Sep 97

Spectacular Mass Trespass

Eigg throws off feudal yoke

Dome of Doom

Campaigning News

Policy Developments

Tall Stories

Newsletter No. 11

Winter 97/8

Networking Office SOS

National Gathering

Under Wychwood

The Right To Roam

Allotments – Have you lost the plot?

Local Land Initiatives


Newsletter No. 12

Spring 98

A Call to Legs

Allotment Alert

The TLIO Spring Gathering

Right to Roam

Greene King Brewery Boycott & Land Occupation

The Worm Turns

Landrights on the air

Housing, Greenfield or Brown?

Campaign Update

Local Groups


Newsletter No. 13

Summer 98

Lets Get Plotting

Diggers 350 – shaping the celebrations

Putting the genee back into the bottle

The Luton Trespass

Of Monuments and Markets

Of Gatherings

Defining Rural Sustainability

Right to Roam

Allotments: the bad news

Unowned Land Register

In Brief

Campaign Update

Local Groups


Newsletter No. 14

Winter 98

Diggers 350


Mass trespass

Newsletter No. 15

Spring 99

1649 – Diggers 350 – 1999

Right to Roam

Newsletter No. 16

Summer 99

Diggers 350

Ketts Rebellion revisited


Newsletter No. 17

Winter 99

JAH Victory! the Land is Theirs!


London Riverside Campaign Takes off

Land Art

Trees are us


Newsletter No. 18

MayDay in London

Zimbabwe the Truth

Brazil – MST

Phillipines – GM

Right to Roam

Seminar : The Unofficial Countryside

The Alternative Farmer’s Summit

Scottish Land Reform

Diggers Commemorative Stone

Newsletter No. 19

Your Call, My Lords!

Rural Futures Launch

BZS dayschool: Sustainable Land Use

Narmada Go-ahead

Ilusu Dam campaign

Legacy of Colonialism Campaign

Newsletter No. 20

Genocide in the Countryside

Beyond Foot & MAFF

Scotland & the draft Land Reform Bill

‘Investing in People & Land’

Gargoyle Wharf update

Country Strife

Diggers Memorial Stone

Newsletter No. 21

What is the Best Use of Land

Farmer to Farmer

Land Reform: getting to the roots

Fast Track Planning Laws

Spitalfields Market

Corporate Colonialism in Chiapas

Newsletter No. 22

Who owns Britain?

The Future of Farming

The Corporate Control of Agriculture

NFU reject Curry

The Planning Green Paper

The Diggers Trail

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