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Editorial: Disciplined fury

75 years on, what is the future for Peace News? One thing is clear.

Peace News 75th Birthday Party on 4 June!

 

 

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Long subs

Godric Bader, Bedfordshire

I have had PN since before the War! Quaker conchie, etc. Presently I’m Life President of Scott Bader – held by the workforce to create a better working life and a nonviolent world...

Streetseller's rap

Linda H

Thanks for producing such an inspiring and energising paper – we thoroughly enjoyed distributing it, and will aim to do so again at some point in the future.

Donation-based subs II

George Cope

I write in reply to your notice of changing from “subscribers” to “sustainers”. I feel it is a bit risky.

Donation-based subs I

Jan

Brilliant. I hope your new donation-based subscription system [to be announced fully in the June issue] works as well for you as it did on our market garden, Growing Green.

Dear readers

PN Staff

This June marks our 75th anniversary as a publication dedicated to peace and justice. We've decided to mark the anniversary in a unique way by having a one-year donation-based subscription offer.

Notts New Year

About 50 people braved the melting snows in mid-January to come to the first-ever Peace News Winter Gathering, at the Sumac Centre in Nottingham.

Spreading the word

Readers who have attended recent national events such as Stop the War’s march against the war in Afghanistan, the Great Climate Swoop in Nottingham, or the Raise Your Banners music festival in Brad

The man who made it all possible

Tom Willis was a curate in Hull in 1958 when he inherited £10,000, the money that would buy 5 Caledonian Road for Peace News and Housmans Bookshop.