PRESS NOTICE RADIATION FREE LAKELAND 7.12.16 AUSTRIA THANKS RADIATION FREE LAKELAND FOR OPPOSING THE BIGGEST NUCLEAR DEVELOPMENT IN EUROPE Cumbrian nuclear safety group Radiation Free Lakeland have received a letter of thanks from Austria’s Federal Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry, Environment and Water Management. The letter states: “In the name of the Federal Chancellor we want … Continue reading AUSTRIA THANKS CUMBRIANS FOR RESISTANCE TO MOORSIDE – NO ITS NOT THE PYLONS THEY ARE WORRIED ABOUT……
What mitigation has NuGen put in place for the badger setts on the land between Sellafield and Beckermet? Seemingly none. Were the badgers found on the beach early last year at Seascale a result of the obscenity of 300 boreholes being drilled? These "exploratory" boreholes are being drilled on greenfields known to contain deep beneath … Continue reading Badgers and Boreholes
Please come along and join us on the 5th anniversary of the ongoing Fukushima disaster. We will be in Whitehaven for a vigil and events to Remember Fukushima and Stop Moorside. We will be at the Harbour near The Beacon from 12pm till 2 ish on March 11th Join us to hear a short message … Continue reading Remember Fukushima / Stop Moorside Vigil
Merry Christmas to all friends and supporters of a Radiation Free Lakeland
In Yesterdays New York Times.... "LONDON — There are few places in the West where companies that build nuclear plants are welcome to construct new ones. That lack of choice probably accounts for a lot of the appeal of a nearly 500-acre stretch of scrubland called Moorside near the Irish Sea in northwest England". … Continue reading “SCRUBLAND” Fit for Nothing but Nuclear Wasteland! Come On REALLY?
Prof Brian Taking the Sellafield Lollypop! " If you understand statistics...you will be very comfortable with nuclear" If a red hot poker were to be stuck in Prof Cox's eye, then using the same statistical collective dose method that the nuclear industry uses he should be very comfortable with the heat over the whole of his … Continue reading Professor Brian Cox Taking the Sellafield Lollypop