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Green Collective Mailing 16 Sep-Oct'86

Archived: November 2017

DocTypes: Newsletter

Sources: DT

Years: 1986

Cover photo of Green Field at Glastonbury CND Festival 1986, slogan "Green Gathering Nineteen Eighty Seven" (no question mark). Article by Lucy Lepchani on how to put on a one day gathering (based on Isle of Thanet experience). Usual business reports. Adverts for Norwich Harvest Gathering green network workshops day, Unique Publications books on Molesworth, Rainbow Village and the eviction, Schumacher lectures.


Green Collective Mailing 17 Nov-Dec'86

Archived: November 2017

DocTypes: Newsletter

Sources: DT

Years: 1986

Drawing on front cover black on yellow. Usual contents plus a longer report/opinion piece from Richie Cotterill on the Stonehenge Free Festival.


Green Collective Mailing 18 Jan-Feb'87

Archived: November 2017

DocTypes: Newsletter

Sources: DT

Years: 1987

Cover pen & ink drawing. Usual GC reports. Guest report from Norwich on their Green Fair. Article from Andy P(ratt?) on trip to dartmoor with an australian aboriginal elder. Selection of short news items and letters. Insert flyer for Green Deserts Community Forestry organisation.


Green Collective Mailing 19 Mar-Apl'87

Archived: November 2017

DocTypes: Newsletter

Sources: DT

Years: 1987

Front cover drawing Spring Goddess Awakes.


Green Collective Mailing 20 Summer-Autumn'87

Archived: November 2017

DocTypes: Newsletter

Sources: DT

Years: 1987

Cover picture of GC Banner and editorial entitled "Where do we go from here?" Evidently this should have been the May/June issue but problems and delays prevented publication until Around late September/October. Report from Lucy on GreenField. Back cover a petition sign-up sheet for Save Tipi Valley.


Green Collective Mailing 21 Winter'87-88

Archived: November 2017

DocTypes: Newsletter

Sources: DT

Years: 1987

Billed on front cover as "The Last Mailing" with drawing representing 1980-87. Report of the informal winding up of the collective. Various reflections on the collective's history. Back cover drawing celebrating Traveller's Skool with slogan "We do not inherit the earth from our fathers, we borrow it from our children"


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