Beached Art – Putting Children At Risk of Ingesting and Inhaling Sellafield Crapola

Once again we have been in Correspondence with Cumbria Wildlife Trust over their Beached Art event and their insistence that all is well on West Cumbria's beaches. Until this is acknowledged the nuclear industry will continue to kill children with nuclear waste's radioactive particles that get washed back with the tides twice a day. Sent …

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“The Last Radioactive Particle Has Been Removed” from St Bees: Cumbria Wildlife Trust Presented with Award

CUMBRIA WILDLIFE TRUST PRESENTED WITH BEACHED UP ART AWARD by Nuclear Safety Campaigners " The last radioactive particle has been picked up" from St Bees beach : Cumbria Wildlife Trust Peter Bullard the Director of Cumbria Wildlife Trust told campaigners: "Cumbria Wildlife Trust has been holding this event on the beach at St Bees for …

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Radioactive Mermaids – why should we care?

Last week Cumbria Wildlife Trust held their Beached Art event at St Bees. St Bees happens to be one of the beaches near Sellafield where radioactive particles from a crash programme of reprocessing have been found in increasing numbers. The reason for the crash programme is that dumping radioactive waste at sea will be banned …

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