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Corrib St Patrick’s Day protest at Shell Centre

GLUAISEACHT are mobilising people from all over Ireland to travel to London this St. Patrick’s weekend to “return the pipeline to Shell!”

We are bringing a 70ft pipeline to Shell H.Q. on St Patrick’s day to protest against the give away and mismanagement of our natural resources and to show our solidarity with the Shell to Sea campaign.

Buses will leave from Limerick and Dublin on Friday 14th of March and meet at the Dail at 5pm to protest at our government’s complicity in the Corrib gas project. From there we will embark on a weekend of actions in London highlighting the corrupt deal our government has done with Shell and the destruction of a area of extreme natural beauty. The weekend will culminate in a protest at Shell H.Q. on St Patrick’s Day where we “return the pipeline”.

We feel there is a good opportunity on St Patrick’s weekend when there is so much good will towards Ireland to draw international attention to what is going on in Mayo.

If you want to join us get in touch with your nearest regional organiser:

Dublin: Fergal 085 1590728
Cork: Tracey 087 3158225
Limerick: Anitya 087 7718790
Clare/Galway: Roisin 086 1043528
Mayo: Kate: 085 1141170

The cost of the trip is 70 waged/ 50 unwaged
If you want to come but money is an issue, get in touch we might be able to sort something out. The cost also includes accommodation and some meals. Accommodation will be floor space in a hall so please bring sleeping bags and mats etc.

What is Gluaiseacht?

Gluaiseacht is a non-hierarchical environmental and social justice movement bringing together grassroots organisations, concerned individuals and student groups from all over Ireland to take action on social, environmental and political issues. For more info see

See poster attached also and please circulate this mail.

All welcome, hope to see you on the bus.

Tracey Ryan
Gluaiseacht / Shell to Sea and its sister websites,,,,, and are all owned by John Donovan. There is also a Wikipedia article.

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