Greenham Trust presents...

Missiles, Politics and Peace

Sunday 3rd Sep 2017, Corn Exchange Auditorium

FREE (pre-booking required)

Have we learned anything from the Greenham Common nuclear showdown? Or is the world as dangerous a place now as it was in the darkest days of the Cold War?

In this high profile public debate hosted by BBC Radio Berkshire presenter Andrew Peach, a live audience and a panel of experts explore whether the peace protests in the 80s and 90s made any difference to the nuclear power struggle of today.

Elements of the debate will be broadcast by the BBC. This event is supported by the Newbury Weekly News, Greenham Trust, Arts Council England and Heritage Lottery Fund.

Missiles, Politics and Peace is one of a series of talks and exhibitions to accompany a major outdoor event, Greenham: One Hundred Years of War and Peace, which celebrates 20 years of Greenham Trust.

Greenham: One Hundred Years of War and Peace is a large scale outdoor event and spectacle on Greenham Common on Friday 8 and Saturday 9 September. Find out more information here.

www.greenhamtrust.co.uk