Reverend Sue Parfitt has been found guilty of obstruction of the highway in a trial lasting almost eight hours. The reverend, a veteren activist who
Climate activist Reverend Sue Parfitt has had a conviction for obstruction overturned by a judge at Bristol Crown Court this afternoon. Speaking from outside the
Bristol Hiroshima-Nagasaki peace gathering returns to Castle Park this weekend to mark the anniversary of dropping of the atomic bombs on Japan in World War II.
Bristol’s continuing resistance to the Borders and Nationality Bill currently making its way through the Parliament was shown yesterday (Saturday, February 12) as Together With
Reverend Sue Parfitt, 79, attended Bristol Magistrates Court yesterday (April 16th) on a charge of obstructing the highway. Outside the courthouse, Rev’d Sue said ‘I
Peace activists concluded a four-day vigil by delivering a petition to City Hall calling on Bristol City Council to support the abolition of nuclear weapons.