Welcome to Trident Ploughshares!

16 December, 2012
Right_livelihood_award_logoTrident Ploughshares is a campaign to disarm the UK Trident nuclear weapons system in a non-violent, open, peaceful and fully accountable manner.Trident Ploughshares was awarded the Right Livelihood Award, widely known as the ‘Alternative Nobel Prize’ in 2001

“for outstanding vision and work on behalf of our planet and its people”

Peace Pirates Charged with Vandalism at Faslane

22 February, 2015
peaton pirates wiston

A Trident Ploughshares activist was arrested and charged with vandalism at Faslane naval base today while two others were detained after pinning a set of “Peace Pirate Articles”, to the fence. [1] The three have all been released from custody. Jean Oliver, from Biggar, Janet…

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Faslane Fence Painting Action Video

18 December, 2014

In this sweet little meditative video five Trident Ploughshares activists, most of them 60 or over, calmly and decidedly paint an unambiguous demand for disarmament on the fence of the UK’s Trident nuclear weapons base in Scotland.



TP Activists Paint Faslane Fence: Scrap Trident Ban Nukes

17 December, 2014
fence painting best pic

Five protesters Trident Ploughshares activists were arrested today after painting “Scrap Tident Ban Nukes” on the Faslane fence. The five had just enough time to finish painting the last letters of the anti-nuclear message before MOD police arrived and arrested them. One of the protesters,…

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Anti-Nuclear Carolling at Lockheed Martin HQ in London

10 December, 2014
Muriel Lesters carolling at Lockheed Martin

Lockheed Martin Bomb makers, says the sign pointing towards Cunard house, 15 Lower Regent Street. 18 people from Trident Ploughshares and CAAT (Campaign Against the Arms Trade) held banners, leafleted and sang special anti nuclear, peace carols to draw the attention of the public to…

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Trident Ploughshares Part of Scrap Trident Organising in Scotland

9 December, 2014
scrap trident demo 30 nov

On 30 November nearly 1500 people turned up at Faslane naval base for the Trident Still Has to Go Now demonstration. It was the biggest single day protest at the nuclear weapons base in decade, indicative of the depth and breadth of disaffection with the…

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Trident Still Has to Go Now! Demo at Faslane 30 November 12noon

4 November, 2014

An event bringing together all the anti-nuclear organisations in Scotland with the intention of holding the biggest ever demonstration ever seen outside the gates of Faslane.  On arrival at Faslane coaches will drop off at the South Gate at about 11.45am. The buses will drop…

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Burghfield Lockdown! – Major blockade announced!

Monday 2nd March 2015

YES to Scotland NO to Trident!

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