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Sprayfree Coalition - Aerial Spray Protest 30 Nov.

Sprayfree Coalition - Aerial Spray Protest March 30 Nov.


Saturday 30th November - 11.30 am

starting: from the bottom of Waikumete Hill, marching along Great North Rd

finishing with rally : at Kelston Community Centre

Several guest speakers. Parking along Glenview Road. (Those unable to walk the hill may wish to follow behind in cars).

Please forward this on to family and friends. Please feel free to print off the attachment and paste it about, let's spread the word !

We need 5,000 people to make this march effective - to get Government to take our health concerns seriously and stop the aerial spraying of West Auckland.

Anyone able to help with their time in the coming week please email us at the address below.

All donations most gratefully accepted.

Don't forget to check out the excellent website www.geocities.com/no_spray/ for more information on the spray, to voice your opinions, details on who you can contact and future actions.

Rachel, Alan, Jude

Sprayfree Coalition Email: sprayfree@hotmail.com PO Box 69 215 Glendene Auckland

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