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elsquith
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Oct 4 2010 10:22
Regional groups information

University of Sussex anarchist society -

Active student group meets weekly on Sussex uni campus. Activities inc. discussion groups, freeshops, anti-cuts, other organising - as determined by will and energies of individuals. Open group - new participants always welcome.

email sussexanarchists@gmail.com to join e-list or for any enquiries.

wiki currently at sussexanarchists.org, but not well-maintained, might change soon.

ftony
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Oct 5 2010 15:31

Queen Mary Autonomous Group (QMAG), dastardly outlaws of Queen Mary, University of London. We have a blog too. Our email is on the blog, or you can drop us a message on our facebook group page.

We're not solely for students - we have staff members involved as well, and encourage both staff and students to be involved. In fact, staff are probably the majority of our group. Go us!

Flane
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Oct 5 2010 15:45

Edinburgh University Anarchist Society (EUAS)
euas.noflag.org.uk

"The main aim of the society is to pursue goals conducive to a free and equal anarchism in wider humanity. We hold and wish to promote the values of equality, liberty and respect, and these are the foundation ideas upon which the society is based"

For more info on what we do, how we do it and how to join, see our website.
One of the projects we're working on is to make our publication Polemic a national student zine that anyone can write articles for.

action_now
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Oct 7 2010 01:42

There's an anarcho group at UEA in Norwich.
Contact info: norwichanarchists@gmail.com

Jimmi
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Oct 30 2010 18:01

De Montfort University Autonomous Group

dmuautonomous@gmail.com

Newly formed Anarchist Group at DMU. Any anti-authoritarian leftists welcome.

Is it possible for someone to add us to the blog?

WorkersDreadnought
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Oct 30 2010 19:33
Jimmi wrote:
De Montfort University Autonomous Group

dmuautonomous@gmail.com

Newly formed Anarchist Group at DMU. Any anti-authoritarian leftists welcome.

Is it possible for someone to add us to the blog?

Done, but I wasnt sure where to list DMU geographically as the other admin has been doing, dividing things between North and South, so i put it under Midlands...is that right or wrong? sorry, my geography outside of london (and in it for that matter ) isnt the best...

Jimmi
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Oct 30 2010 21:38

Midlands is fine, Leicester is classified as that. Is it possible to put add our blog/paper to it as well?

WorkersDreadnought
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Nov 6 2010 21:58
Jimmi wrote:
Midlands is fine, Leicester is classified as that. Is it possible to put add our blog/paper to it as well?

indeed it is. post your blog address here (i assume your paper can be accessed on your blog?) and ill stick it up next to your email on the directory.

Matt_efc
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Nov 17 2010 13:37

Dont suppose anyone has any Manchester contacts do they? I'm trying to find out a bit more about the occupation etc.. Having moved back from London, I'm out of touch here

T La Palli
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Nov 18 2010 16:35

Anarchist Federation list the following groups in this month’s Resistance:

Birmingham (including West Midlands):
Brighton (including Lewes)
Bristol
East Anglia (including Norwich & Cambs)
Hereford
Hull
East Kent (including Broadstairs, Canterbury, Margate etc.)
West Kent (including Maidstone,
Gravesend/Dartford, Medway towns and Swale)
Leicester
Leeds
Lincoln
Liverpool/Merseyside
London
Manchester
Mansfield
Newcastle
Nottingham (including Notts & Derbyshire)
Preston (including Blackpool and North Lancs)
Sheffield
Surrey/ Hampshire -
Worcester
York
Aberdeen:
Edinburgh & the Lothians:
Glasgow
Stirling
Cardiff & South Wales

Contact addresses are listed on the back on Resistance.

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Jan 3 2011 16:44
Matt_efc wrote:
Dont suppose anyone has any Manchester contacts do they? I'm trying to find out a bit more about the occupation etc.. Having moved back from London, I'm out of touch here

Well, there are some students in Manchester who use LibCom.

There are the people behind Network X and the members of the AF.