This Saturday 4th August At St Bees – Radioactive Sand Sculptures

Radiation Free Lakeland will be at St Bees this saturday from 10.30am to hand out leaflets to folks attending the popular Cumbria Wildlife Trust beach sculpture event.  Please do join us at 10.30am we may make our own sand sculpture - rubber gloves and mask recommended. NOT recommended for young children or pregnant mothers.   …

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Radioactive Sand Sculptures by Cumbria Wildlife Trust?

An urgent request has been sent to Sellafield to monitor and retrieve radioactive particles from  St bees beach ahead of Cumbria Wildlife Trust"s 'Beached Art' day. Sellafield have treated this straightforward request under Freedom of Information rules which means that there will not be a reply for at least a month and then we may …

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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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On this day 20 Years ago, 20 Miles from Sellafield – The Man from the Govnt says NO to Felling the Rusland Beeches

page 43 12th June 1997 Man from the Dept of Environment says NO! Hurray!!! Simon Pryce concluded “The beeches are a significant feature of the valley and make a considerable contribution to its character and amenity. There is NO JUSTIFICATION for felling them all on safety grounds and individuals could be retained for several decades.” […] …

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Lakeland Story for All Hallow’s Eve: The Beast of Beckermet

The Beast of Beckermet “What am I? Nosing here, turning leaves over Following a faint stain on the air to the river's edge I enter water. Who am I to split The glassy grain of water looking upward I see the bed Of the river above me upside down very clear” Wodwo by Ted Hughes …

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Dewilding Cumbria

Dewilding Cumbria: Displace and Replace Rewilding Ennerdale is a cause we can all get behind and was featured tonight on the ITV's Countrywise programme.  DEwilding  is the opposite of REwilding.  Incredibly there is a dewilding project going on right now in Cumbria.  The rewilding and dewilding projects have one thing in common…..the insidious grip of …

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Stop Moorside – Spiked CONsultation

The 2nd Moorside Consultation for the "biggest nuclear development in Europe" finishes on 30th July. 'Too Big and Too Nasty to Fight' is the View of the Proposed Moorside Plan from so many good people like the Director of Cumbria Wildlife Trust who feel utterly defeated by the nuclear juggernaught coming our way.   This is of …

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Moorside is Just Too Big and Too Nasty to Fight, say Cumbria Wildlife Trust. Come On! Stop Moorside Demo this Saturday 23rd July in Whitehaven 10am till noon

  This saturday from 10 am till 12 noon Radiation Free Lakeland and others will hold a Demonstration outside the Moorside CONsultation in Whitehaven. Those who should be shouting the loudest at the destruction of internationally protected habitats have instead put their shoulders to the wheel to facilitate the nuclear juggernaught.  Cumbria Wildlife Trust have …

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Repression of Dissent? Professor David Smythe and Glasgow University

Radiation Free Lakeland have just written to Glasgow University to urge them to reverse  the blocking of Professor David Smythe's  access to online journals. Please write and support Professor David Smythe - we feel that without his help Cumbria would now be at Stage 4 of the Geological Nuclear Dump plan.  Moorside would of course …

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