Activists intend to “shut down” a Shenstone factory they claim makes parts for drones.
Protesters took to the roof of the UAV Engines site in August.
And now a new day of action is planned for July 6.
Campaigners say their protests are because the factory makes engines for drones used by Israel to bomb Palestinians.
A spokesperson said: “We will be transforming the space around the arms factory, converting it from a site of destruction into a fun, creative and child-friendly environment. Let’s create a space that meets our needs and not the needs of Israeli and multinational corporations that export death for profit.”
The activists say the protest will coincide with the anniversary of Israel’s ‘Protective Edge’ campaign in Gaza.
Among the groups due to take part in the day of action are:
- The Boycott Israel Network
- NUS Black Students’ Campaign
- West Midlands PSC
- Drone Campaign Network
- Coventry Friends of Palestine
- Smash EDO
- Manchester Palestine Action
- Glasgow Palestine Action
- Campaign Against Arms Trade
- Stop The Arms Fair coalition
- War on Want
- London Palestine Action