List of files tagged "Type-Poster"
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PEOPLE election poster/flyer for Lesley Whittaker in Coventry North West election 1974
The second gathering was still called "Ecology Party Summer Gathering" but was trying to broaden its appeal to "the ecology movement as a whole". Glastonbury music festival was held in June'81 after taking a year off in 1980 and was linked with CND. The summer gathering was held a month later also at Worthy Farm courtesy of Michael Eavis.
Poster for 1982 gathering at Worthy Farm with details on reverse side
Poster which doubles as flyer for Gathering event on 6th/7th August in Northern Ireland. Aug 6th Hiroshima Day billed as a 24hr non-violent blockade of RAF Bishopscourt near Downpatrick. 7th Aug billed as a green gathering on Ecology Politics. Hand-drawn image featuring a "Cullybackey CND" banner.
Poster/flyer for Stop Torness (nuclear power station near Dunbar, Scotland) event on May Bank Holiday 1983. Poster features image of crowd holding hands around a reactor with a tree sprouting from its cracked shell. Leaflet draws connection between nuke power and weapons. A "walk for life" from Faslane to Greenham Common arrives at Torness on Bank Holiday Monday.
Flyer/poster for Kettering Green Day in Westfield Gardens on 4th June 1983. Poster side users world in sunflower image. Rear text defines "Green" in seven bullet points and stresses the intention to bring together diverse local groups in the area - movement building - and also to have a celebration.
Flyer/poster for "Green Moon Gathering" event at Pry House, Alston, Cumbria from 14th to 17th July 1983. Rear has text giving some background to an event the previous year which this builds on and relating it to Ecology Party principles of decentralised democracy, cooperation, non-violence and respect for the earth and future generations.
Poster for 1983 gathering at Lamberts Farm near Glastonbury with details on reverse
Large poster of ploughing land on Molesworth Airbase with a bull drawn plough
Poster for a meeting branded as Hackney Green Party published well ahead of the Conference in Dover in September which formally adopted the new name. Note the Green Ring used as a first logo.
Poster announcing specific Green Women area within the 1983 Glastonbury Gathering reflecting the increasing prominence of feminist issues within the movement.