[NetBehaviour] Public consultation for the avon gorge fourth camp.
netbehaviour at furtherfield.org
Thu Oct 10 12:59:39 CEST 2013
Via Heath Bunting.
Public consultation for the avon gorge fourth camp.
Citizens, businesses, non-governmental organisations and local
authorities are invited to participate in the consultation.
12:00-14:00 Saturday 12 October 2013
Objective of the consultation:
The objective of the consultation is to offer an early opportunity for
the public to comment on the building of a fourth camp at cumberland plaza.
As civilisation collapses due to the Holocene extinction and we
hopefully return safely to the stone age, the avon gorge will again
become an important fording between the avon river arm of the Severn
estuary waterway and the ridge-way track network.
The three disused avon gorge castles (stoke leigh, burgwalls and clifton
camps) that once controlled this crossing will again become occupied by
the remnant of surviving bristolians.
During the collapse of the bristol transport network, the river crossing
at cumberland basin will also need securing, until such a time the
bridge becomes submerged by the rising sea or destroyed by warfare.
For this purpose, i propose the building of a fourth camp at cumberland
plaza, similar in scale, structure and materials to the three avon gorge
camps eg: stone and earth.
As with the three other camps, this new camp can serve as a tourist
attraction and training ground for domestic extremists until needed for
actual survival necessity.
Food and drinks will be provided, but bring your own stone age utensils.
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