The Irish Princess: St Bega and Sellafield Reprocessing..

Look me in the eyes..Remember Chernobyl:Stop SellafieldSt BegaSt Bees radioactive particlesYesterday Radiation Free Lakeland and 3 Weeks to Save the Lakes marked the anniversary of Chernobyl at St Bees. St Bees was named after the Irish princess who landed on the beautiful West Cumbrian coast about 900AD.

What is the betting that St Bega would join the 1.3 million households in Ireland in calling for an end to the illegal and immoral radioactive poisoning of the Irish Sea from reprocessing at Sellafield?

We handed out leaflets and spoke to people who supported the demonstration including those directly affected by Sellafield negligence – and we spoke to those who deny that radioactive particles pose any hazard including a local parish councillor.

Radioactive Particles have been found on this beach

Here are a selection of photographs from yesterday…

http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10200774449713023.1073741826.1516163749&type=1&l=6d37728d95

More actions from around the world to mark Chernobyl day
http://www.chernobyl-day.org/

7 thoughts on “The Irish Princess: St Bega and Sellafield Reprocessing..

  1. Susan Mathieson

    Dear Marianne Lovely to see the pictures – I was suffering a bit with a cold, and not quite up to the long car ride to St Bees, but pleased that you are still keeping this in the public eye, and reminding us of its importance. Best wishes Sue

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