Aside from activism, the Anarchist movement in the UK rather lacks things to be a part of, or to go too.
That is perhaps why Anarchist Centres like the 1 in 12 Club in Bradford are important - they provide a possible alternative to the routine of marching, leafletting and being followed by police officers with cameras. The last time I visited the 1 in 12 was in 2008, when I drove up London Class War's enormous collection of foreign language Anarchist material, which was given to the 1 in 12's library as a donation. Earlier years saw some marathon drinking sessions there with Wakefield Class War (RIP) although I have to say every band I ever saw play at the 1 in 12 was uniformly pisspoor!
All the more distressing then that the 1 in 12 club faces a series of threats, which could ultimately end in closure, due to actions by the Fire Brigade. Clearly the FBU has forgotten about all the Anarchists who hooted their support when the firemen were campaigning for a £30,000 salary! Freedom covers some of the particular assistence the club needs, but financial support is also required. The 1 in 12 sets out what you can do to help on their website - if you can, do so. Anarchism generally, but Bradford in particular, would be a poorer place without the 1 in 12.
Oh - and as a reminder of how long the club has been kicking fat Tory arse, here is the 1989 Pickles Papers, about Bradford Tory leader Eric Pickles, now better known as MP for Brentwood and Ongar and Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government.