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get on board the South East Assembly train!

The G8 Summit takes place in Gleneagles, Scotland from the 6th-8th July 2005. However, there will be many events, demos and direct actions around Scotland in the days leading up to the summit. The South East Assembly has chartered two trains to take people up to the protests against the G8 summit.

This will also include the huge Make Poverty History march on July 2nd in Edinburgh. Every day there will be different protests at nulcear bases (Faslane July 4th), detention centres (Dungavel July 5th) and several other initiatives which need support. The trains will depart early morning from London Kings Cross and arrive in Edinburgh where accommodation (bring sleeping bags and tents!) will be provided for free.

Booking a seat
(All trains departs LONDON Kings Cross 7am arriving EDINBURGH 1pm)

LONG STAY // Friday 1st July RTN Saturday 9th July
SHORT STAY // Monday 4th July RTN Friday 8th July

All tickets cost £50, with the view of providing a concessionary price for unemployed/low wage/asylum seeker and those traveling from Eastern Europe. If possible, please make a donation to contribute to this concession.

To book a seat on the train please download the booking form, fill it in clearly and send to BM SOUTH EAST ASSEMBLY, London, WC1N 3XX enclosed with a cheque/postal order made payable to ?G.E.N.I.?

You can download the booking form here

Finalised times for departure and arrival are subject to network rail agreement but will be around 7am-ish from London Kings Cross, arriving Edinburgh at 1pm-ish.

All tickets are return but for those wanting a one-way ticket there will be an option to sell/donate your return journey at the convergence & camp sites.

If you have any spare cash then please add a donation to help a subsidised ticket being available for unemployed/low wage/asylum seekers and those travelling from Eastern Europe.

Once we recieve the order for tickets we will comfirm by email/phone.Tickets will be posted out two weeks before departure.

Both trains are organised by the SOUTH EAST ASSEMBLY, an anti- authoritarian co-ordination of groups & individuals based in the South East.

For more info: www.resistg8.org.uk // www.dissent.org.uk

Contact the transport group for any queries: trainforG8athushmail.com

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