Protests Lead To Nuclear Re-Think

Article from THE KESWICK REMINDER 27th April 2012 A public outcry has led Keswick Town Council to agree to reconsider its vote on government plans to site an underground nuclear repository in West Cumbria. Dozens of local residents turned up at last Thursday evening’s annual parish meeting to voice their concerns about safety over the …

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PLANNING MEETING TO DECIDE KEEKLE HEAD NUCLEAR DUMP? 8th May Kendal

PLANNING MEETING TO DECIDE KEEKLE HEAD NUCLEAR DUMP? 8th MAY -10.30AM- KENDAL COUNTY OFFICES COME ALONG AND HELP STOP NUCLEAR DUMPING radiation free lakeland - contact: 015395 63671 or email: rafl@mariannebirkby.plus.com Keekle Head in Cumbria is being targeted for a nuclear dump - this is not the BIG geological dump - but another large development …

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North Lancashire Tourism would be impacted by Geological Dump

Managing Radioactive Wastes Safely "What do you think of it so far? RUBBISH!" VIRTUAL LANCASTER - the popular Community Resources and Visitor Guide says: "The knock on effects for the North Lancashire visitor industry are serious. Being a gateway to Wastwater is attractive. Being a gateway to 'Nuclear Wastewater' less so. From the nuclear industry's …

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Remembering Chernobyl – Giant Postcard to the Lake District National Park

Today in Kendal anti-nuclear groups, Cumbria and Lancashire area CND and Radiation Free Lakeland remembered the Chernobyl disaster. People in Kendal were keen to sign a giant postcard to the Lake District National Park Authority who have given the thumbs up to a giant nuclear dump or two under Cumbria and in just one and …

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Cumbria Association of Local Councils says NO to Geological Dump

Hurrah - Some of the 'Partnership Patsys' are stirring from their sleep walk along the toxic steps to a geological dump! The Cumbria Association of Local Councils has changed its complicit support from "neutrality" to: The conclusions of the Partnership about the possible suitability of West Cumbria’s geology have been significantly influenced by CoRWM’s (Committee …

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The Lake District ‘Brand’ disowns West Cumbria in a fit of nuclear madness.

The Lake District National Park Authority has given the complicit thumbs up to the plan for a geological nuclear dump. They are happy to go to the next toxic step and their concerns are not with radioactive pollution but with polluting the ‘brand’ of the Lake District. West Cumbria is effectively disowned: “We welcome the …

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KESWICK RESCINDS ‘YES TO DUMP’ DECISION

At the Town Council meeting tonight there was a representation to the council to ask for the ‘yes lets go along with the nuclear dump' decision to be rescinded. People spoke passionately about being ashamed of their Town Council's decision to go along with plans for a nuclear dump. The council was advised that the …

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Remember Chernobyl – Kendal BirdCage 25th April 10am -12pm

On 26th April 1986 the radioactive cloud of fallout from the exploded nuclear power station spread over most of Europe. The cost of the disaster crippled the national budgets of Ukraine and Belarus. Vast tracts of their farm land has been ruined. Events in Commemoration organised by Cumbria and Lancashire Area Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament …

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“Something in the Water?”

http://www.guardian.co.uk/media/2011/sep/23/gardeners-question-time-conflict-interests Recently Eric Robson of Osprey Communications (The Partnership is a most lucrative client) appeared at the Words by the Water Festival with some other famous literary old boys from Carlisle asking "is there something in the water?" http://www.keswick.org/whats-on/festivals/words-by-the-water/ Radiation Free Lakeland recently received this missive asking the same thing.... THE LIE OF THE LAND …

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