Bristol - Barclays customer letter hand-in

3 November, 2018 - 2:30 PM to 3:30 PM GMT
Barclays Bank, Broadmead 53-55 BS1 3EA
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Thanks for signing up to take part in this activity. We’ve got an ongoing campaign calling on Barclays to commit to stop funding tar sands pipelines in the future. Tar sands are one of the most polluting forms of oil extraction and Barclays is the only UK bank still committed to funding them.

Over 6,000 Barclays customers have pledged to consider leaving the bank and they are the people Barclays are most likely to listen to. We’d love Branch Managers to hear concerns first hand from people they serve and this is where you come in!

For anyone involved, please read the document linked to below which contains some information about the campaign.

For customers new to the Local Group or who haven’t done anything like this before

Rest-assured you’ll be supported by one or more regular Greenpeace volunteers. Please ensure you RSVP (orange button on the right of this page) to let the group know you’re coming.

The time given for this activity includes a short amount of time to meet other volunteers and discuss any questions before visiting the local branch.

Activity on the day

The time and location listed on this event are accurate, so please arrive on time at the location specified. If you have any questions or would like to contact the event organiser (name is given above) you’ll need to create a Greenwire account, which is very quick to set up.

Look out for someone wearing a Greenpeace logo – they should be easy to spot!  The Greenpeace representative in Bristol, will be Richard Lancaster and you can contact him beforehand or on the day on 07505 990593 or at

Contact Ed Fuller in the Greenpeace UK Outreach team at if you have any questions before the activity.