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Alfriston, Sussex

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An historic conference in the beautiful Sussex countryside (exact location in Alfriston will be provided after ticket purchase) to raise awareness about the proliferation of harmful wireless technologies and share ideas for taking action to protect yourself and others.

FEATURING... the official UK PREMIERE OF "TAKE BACK YOUR POWER" - A feature-length, critical investigation of Smart Meters and the Smart Grid (£3 from all ticket sales will go directly to the film-makers to help marketing of the film).

The event will feature speakers from the medical, scientific, film-making and activist communities who will share their knowledge and experiences in encouraging necessary and urgent resistance to wireless technologies, including new-generation energy 'Smart' Meters.

Each of our speakers will shed light on different, crucial aspects of wireless technologies:

Dr. Isaac Jamieson - Director, BioSustainable Design - Impacts of wireless on our environment

James Russell - Director & Producer, Resonance - Beings of Frequency

Dr. Elizabeth Evans + Mike Mitcham - Stop Smart Meters! (UK) - Iimpacts of wireless on people

Ian R Crane - Researcher/Analyst, Deep Geopolitics - The Global Control Grid

Josh Hart - Director, Stop Smart Meters! (California) - USA experiences, taking action

PLUS ... other exciting speakers to be announced soon!


Get Wired will be held at a wonderful farm location in the village of Alfriston in the South Downs. The exact address will be provided with your ticket purchase.

The venue has various gardens and an indoor sports hall where the screening of Take Back Your Power will be shown and some talks will be held. The lovely village of Alfriston has numerous B&Bs for overnight accommodation. Overnight camping is available on-site as well as caravan hook-ups for anyone wishing to stay overnight in a low-EMF area of outstanding beauty (we will be politely requesting that any wireless devices be switched off/airplane-mode as a courtesy to attendees with electro-hypersensitivity).

Nearest train stations are Seaford or Berwick (Sussex). Journey from London via Brighton is c.1.5 hours.

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Sunday 23rd June 2013. Arrive 10:30am for 11:00am start, finishes approx 18:00 with Q+A panel session. There will be c.75 mins for lunch (not provided) and comfort/coffee breaks after each session providing an opportunity to chat with other attendees and speakers.

The event is subject to change at our discretion – but rest assured that we will do our best!

PLEASE JOIN US for what promises to be an extremely important and timely event - providing an opportunity to learn about this critical issue directly from experts and activists in the field and meet like-minded people who are prepared to start taking action to protect present and future generations. If you have friends and family that still need alerting to this issue, this will be a great opportunity to let them absorb some quality information.

Given the event is only a few weeks away, all efforts to help us promote this event would be appreciated even if you cannot attend yourself. Please tell all your friends and print out a copy of the flyers for any local noticeboards or shop counters that may be happy enough to have them (health food shops, health clinics, supermarkets, sports clubs, day care centres, tree-lined avenues...etc.)

We hope to see you!

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Alfriston, Sussex

Exact Location address will be communicated nearer the time

Est. January 2012, Stop Smart Meters! (UK) is an independent, not-for-profit voice calling for an immediate halt and reversal of the UK's Smart Meter programme. Our campaign aims to raise awareness about Smart Meters so that people can become informed and empowered to take necessary and appropriate action to resist them.

In February 2012, Stop Smart Meters! (UK) joined the International EMF Alliance.

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