Welcome to the Free Range Activism Website – FRAW.
Since 1996 this website has been maintained by Paul Mobbs as a resource for grassroots activists, and an archive of the activities of the Free Range Network.
The Free Range Activism Website is currently undergoing a major redesign. Normal service will be resumed as soon as possible. In the meantime may parts of the FRAW site/files are not available.
Keep Space for Peace – video from Croughton Peace Festival 2015
This short film, made by Oxfordshire Peace Campaign, highlights the role of RAF/USAF Croughton in the USA's global military communications network.
The purpose of the FRAW site is not to have a purpose. Our mission is to provide information which we – as campaigners and activists – find useful, in the hope that it inspires others to do something new with what we have shared.
Please note that this site is not intensively maintained – much of our content has been here for years. The purpose in maintaining this site is to make useful information available the public, campaigners and researchers.
Back in the 1990s that role consisted mostly of scanned government guidance and reports. Now that this is done by government itself we specialise in hosting technical/scientific information useful for campaigns and community organising.
Note that the content of the FRAW site – unless otherwise stated – is made available under non-commercial open licences. For more information about what this is, and what we encourage you to do with our information, goto the copyright/sharing page.
If you'd like to get in touch with FRAW or the Free Range Network, go to the contacts page.