KEY TO MAP Allerdale Borough Council - Undecided* – mid blue Copeland Borough Council - Undecided* – light green Parishes for – dark green /eyed monster BGS exclusion zones – red cross-hatching National Park boundary – red line Partnership area (inc. offshore) – green line Parishes against – red * Borough Councils Allerdale and Copeland … Continue reading Only The Green Eyed Monster Says YES TA!
"It is the NFLA view that, should the Cumbrian authorities move on to the next stage, the momentum in the process will be too great to allow withdrawal in future. Cumbria could, therefore end up not only with a disposal facility which takes all the spent fuel from new reactors, but also with more than … Continue reading Nuclear Free Local Authorities Response to the CONsultation
Blawith and Subberthwaite Parish Council resolved (Item 12b - full Minutes on http://www.crake.org) to write to Copeland DC, Allerdale DC and Cumbria CC (cc. County Councillor Claire Salisbury) to convey general unease about the closeness of the proposed waste deposit sites to this parish, and to urge, because of the unsoundness of the geology, that … Continue reading Blawith and Subberthwaite Say NO to Nuke Dump
GOSFORTH PARISH COUNCIL Response to MRWS Partnership Consultation OVERALL SUMMARY We have no confidence in the MRWS Partnership report for the following reasons: 1. Geology. With its steep hydraulic gradients, its faulted and complex geology, and its associated difficulties of rock characterisation West Cumbria is certainly not an obvious first choice for a Repository. The … Continue reading Gosforth Parish Council – Longlands Farm area says NO
Under this land it is planned to build the world's first waste dump for highly radioactive waste. Say No before 23 March 2012 Contact Managing Radioactive Waste Safely Partnership Freepost RSKT-LTXU-HAYC, West Cumbria MRWS Partnership Copeland Borough Council, Copeland Centre, Catherine Street, Whitehaven CA28 7SJ or email firstname.lastname@example.org Write, Phone, Email ...... e.g. the Lake … Continue reading Under this land…. Say NO and say it NOW!
Me and my friends used to cycle past Swarthmoor Hall and scare ourselves, it looked spooky and derelict then to 6 year olds cycling down country lanes. Today it has been restored and is well known as the ‘Cradle of Quakerism’ because in the mid-17th Century it was the home of Judge Thomas Fell and … Continue reading Quakers Say NO to Nuke Dump in Cumbria