Thursday, 5 November
Nottingham Animal Rights Meeting
This is a meeting for people who are involved or interested in animal rights activism.
Nottingham Animal Rights holds public planning meetings every fortnight, alternately at the Sumac Centre, a Social Centre in Forest Fields, and at the Peacock Public House & Vegan Kitchen.
We recognize that turning up to a meeting of complete strangers can be daunting, but the atmosphere at NottmAR meetings is always very informal, and by all means bring a couple of friends with you if it makes you feel more confident, everyone is welcome!
The planning meetings are where you can obtain support from like minded people for campaigns against all forms of animal cruelty.
There is no hierarchy, our broad scope is a consequence of a broad demographic of proactive members. Whether your interest is in countering the fur trade, factory farming, vivisection, blood sports or (most commonly) all animal cruelty, you will find campaigning opportunities as part of both local and national initiatives.
All our activities are 100% legal and non-violent, we do public protests and other direct action, we do information stalls, we do free food give-aways, we do sanctuary work, and in fact anything else we can think of!
You can also find us on Facebook and Twitter.
You can also visit the archive of past news, including details of events planned at the fortnightly meeting.
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