Below is a letter sent today to Tim Farron MP. Chris Huhne has told Tim Farron to let Radiation Free Lakeland know that Geological Disposal "will be safe" and that Cumbrians are not being stitched up - Mmmmm Dear Tim, Many thanks for asking questions on Radiation Free Lakeland's behalf. The reply from Chris Huhne … Continue reading Reply from Chris Huhne – “IT WILL BE SAFE”
Michael Harrison from the Environment Agency telephoned Radiation Free Lakeland this morning to confirm that while the Still Waters Partnership meeting had not mentioned nuclear impacts on Cumbria's freshwater resources there have been discussions within the EA, DECC and the nuke industry about the problem of just where the freshwater will come from for … Continue reading Desalination Plant – Not enough Freshwater in Cumbria!
Radiation Free Lakeland protested today outside the Lake District Still Waters Partnership meeting at the Hydro Hotel, Bowness. Protestors asked delegates to direct a question to the chair Lord Clark (who pulled out of the meeting). Lord Clark is chair of the Lake District National Park Partnership and non executive director of Sellafield. The question … Continue reading Why has the wettest place in England not got enough freshwater?
A disturbingly respectful meeting took place on 3rd November in Egremont on the "gentle" steps to sell Cumbria down the radioactive river. Over a prawn vol-au-vent (thank you taxpayer!) the Partnership 'facilitators' again tried to persuade Radiation Free Lakeland to join in this ever so respectful game of "steps towards" a geological nuclear dump. The … Continue reading Another CONsultation