Groups in CAPITALS were believed to be still occupying as PN went to press.
Bath: On 10 December, Occupy Bath announced it would leave its encampment in Queen’s Square. Group still active online.
Bournemouth: After briefly occupying a vacant restaurant, the group searches for its next home.
Bradford: In early November, city officials issued an eviction notice to the occupiers living on Centenary Square. No new location yet.
Brighton: A fire and severe weather left the campsite beyond repair in mid-December.
BIRMINGHAM: The group remains in the gardens behind Symphony Hall, where it had moved in the beginning of November.
Bristol: On 13 January, the group was served an eviction notice, which it will not contest.
Cardiff: High winds in early December shut down the camp outside the cathedral. Group remains active.
EDINBURGH: City officials have officially asked the camp to leave.
EXETER: On 17 January, Exeter Cathedral began eviction proceedings.
Glasgow: In mid-December, the group voted to give up its Kelvingrove campsite.
Hastings: There was a 24-hour camp to mark the N30 strikes.
Isle of Wight: The group operates on Twitter and Facebook and holds monthly meetings.
Leeds: The group voted unanimously to vacate its City Square location on 6 January.
LEICESTER: The group moved into a former pub on 17 December after a five-week camp on the High St.
LIVERPOOL: In mid-January, Occupy moved into the Tinlings Building: an unused office building without electricity, heating or running water.
London Bloomsbury: The student occupation of 53 Gordon Square was evicted on 22 December.
LONDON BANK OF IDEAS: The occupation in the former UBS office building was appealing against eviction as PN went to press.
LONDON FINSBURY SQUARE: The camp survived record winds and cold temperatures. Islington council is unable to evict the group (perhaps due to a lack of finances).
LONDON LSX (ST PAUL'S CATHEDRAL): Appealing against eviction as PN went to press.
London Occupy Justice: There was a temporary squat in the former Old St magistrates’ court in mid-January, using it to hold trials, including a War Crimes Tribunal.
Manchester: Group forced to vacate its camp in Spinningfields.
Newcastle: By January, the group had left the Earl Grey monument.
NORWICH: The camp continues near the Haymarket.
NOTTINGHAM: 22 January was the 100th day that the camp had been in the Old Market Square.
Plymouth: On 16 January, the group vacated Jigsaw Garden.
PORTSMOUTH: The camp remains in Guildhall Square.
SHEFFIELD: In January, city officials began legal action to remove camp from outside Sheffield Cathedral.