Workers' Liberty summer camp

Submitted by Matthew on 28 August, 2013 - 10:35

For Workers’ Liberty summer camp, 8-11 August, close to 50 people came to Hebden Bridge in West Yorkshire, more than previous years.

Sessions concentrated on three streams; ecology, liberation and class struggle socialism. There were also film showings and a brilliant “open mic night” of theatre, poetry and music.

Comrades were free to attend these or have fun by the campfire, discussing politics, socialising, climbing hills, eating delicious vegan food and playing football matches, including at 6am!

I found this summer camp the best one yet. It was relaxed, with excellent discussions, as well as fun memories. However there are always improvements to be made. Though we had a beautiful location, it wasn’t ideal for accessibility.

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