Cumbria Tourism Shamed over Keekle Inquiry

Wildflowers and Grasses at Keekle Head Last Tues Roy St Pierre from Lancashire travelled for 3 hours by train and bike to Kendal. Roy came to Kendal to voice his strong opposition to the plan for the UK's first purpose build landfill site for nuclear wastes. The plan is to dump higher activity low level …

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Weak Kneed Acquiescence of Cumbria Tourism

http://www.guardian.co.uk/media/2011/sep/23/gardeners-question-time-conflict-interests Eric Robson's heart and bankbook are on message with the government agenda for geological dumping of nuclear wastes. His company Osprey Communications has provided the propaganda to underplay and normalise the plan. A recent letter to Baroness Verma sets out Cumbria Tourism's weak kneed acquiescent 'neutrality' until a "most promising site" at Stage 4 …

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Cumbria Tourism – Must Oppose the Dump!

Correspondence between Cumbria Tourism and Radiation Free Lakeland All our futures including the Norwegians and the Irish depend on the Sellafield wastes being looked after safely. Key to this is Cumbria Tourism stepping up to the mark and saying No to the dump. For Cumbria's sake do it! From: "Ian Stephens" Subject: RE: Cumbria Tourism …

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Nuclear Dump would be ‘DISASTROUS’ for Tourism

The following is from West Cumbria and North Lakes Friends of the Earth..... it speaks for itself! PRESS RELEASE August 21st 2012 Nuclear dump would be 'disastrous' for tourism Campaigners against West Cumbria 'volunteering' to host a nuclear dump say it would be disastrous for the National Park's image and tourist industry. They have conducted …

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The Sunday Post asks: Is the Lake District really the best place to turn into…RADIOACTIVE WASTELAND

"It's home to the sweeping dramatic vistas that inspired Wordsworth. Scenery so breath-taking tourists will flock there this summer bringing £2billion to spend at local businesses. And while the picturesque landscape of the Lake District shaped over thousands of years shows no signs of abating, scratch the surface and you see a tale out of …

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