Most of our guests are surprised to find a room dedicated to the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament at Scotland’s Secret Bunker. We wish to provide a balanced and informative experience for all of our visitors and believe that this is an important part of the story.
The CND room has been created in conjunction with the Scottish Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament (SCND) who ensure the most up-to-date information is presented. The display indicates where Nuclear materials are currently located within Scotland and demonstrates how real the issue remains…fingers crossed the Government don’t ask for their Bunker back!!!
The Scottish Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament works for the abolition of all nuclear weapons in Britain as a step toward the global elimination of these weapons of mass destruction.
“Scotland is at the centre of the issue of Trident. All British nuclear weapons are based here and the UK government are planning to spend £167 billion on new nuclear-armed submarines. These would be based on the Clyde despite the fact that most Scots don't want them. The Scottish Parliament and 58 of the 59 Scottish MPs at Westminster oppose Trident renewal.” (www.banthebomb.org, 2016)
The Secret Bunker has today unveiled a new photo exhibition celebrating 65 years of the nearby Leuchars Airshow, almost three years to the day since the Red Arrows last flew over the Fife coast.
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As the country gets ready for the long-awaited remake of the film Ghostbusters, in cinemas this weekend, there’s plenty of paranormal activity going on closer to home.