Mineral Hospital redevelopment

Photo: Josh Nicoll Save the Min garden! On Saturday 19th September, Extinction Rebellion Bath held a socially distanced protest in the City Centre, regarding the planning application for the redevelopment of the historic Royal Mineral Water Hospital. The current proposals include the construction of a very large, four storey extension in the open space …

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Video of Rebellion Day 1 (Fri 28th)

This video by Josh Nicoll (website, Instagram) captures the two actions carried out in Bath on Friday 28th August: the banner drop on the A46, and the Esso garage action on London Road.

Bath Rebellion 2020 plans

Our plans for the rebellion We invite everyone who is sick of the lies, injustice, inequality & harm, to join us we want to live! Crisis does not have to mean collapse Fri 28 – Mon 31 August The call has gone out from Extinction Rebellion UK for… ❤ Fri 28th Aug: Mass banner drop …

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We Want To Live!

2020 has been a year of unprecedented events. We are now at an intersection of global crises. Climate breakdown, Covid-19, racial injustice – all are symptoms of a toxic system that is ravaging life on this planet – a system built on economic inequality, extraction, the destruction of nature, and exploitation. We cannot carry on …

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We’re up shit creek – video

Hanging three huge banners from Pulteney Bridge on 16th July took huge amounts of planning and preparation. This short film gives a glimpse of the efforts required beforehand, not to mention the many hours put in by rebels on the day itself – an incredible team achievement! Film: Zac Star Thomas Featuring photos …

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Honk for the planet!

Bath XR were out on Sunday for their eleventh and final “Build Back Better, Build Back Green” action, including a local focus on cycling and air pollution. Inviting motorists to “honk if you agree” hopefully nudged some towards a bit of reflection on some of the issues raised. Those taking part were rewarded with all manner …

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