Fundraiser!

Its that time again to pass the hat round and see if we can raise a few bob to keep the show on the road. If you like what we do and want it to continue then please consider making a small donation.  Radiation Free Lakeland are a small civil society group dedicated to holding …

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World Nuclear Heritage Site

Bunting is being put up to welcome His Royal Highness, The Prince of Wales, who has been confirmed as the guest of honour at a special community event to mark the Lake District as a World Heritage Site on 26 March. Radiation Free Lakeland will be sending Prince Charles our "Pictorial Guide to the Lake …

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Field Notes from the”Delegated Decision” to Sweep Ever More Nuclear Waste Under the West Coast at Drigg

We were so glad to be joined by wonderful fracking activists from Lancashire who were astounded at the lack of press interest - we don't think the lack of press interest is accidental.   On the 15th of July the County's Development Control and Regulatory Committee took the "delegated decision" to approve a plan on …

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Drigg: Paul Merton Goes Where Angels Fear to Tread

      Is this the best expose in the last two decades of the UK's "Low Level" Nuclear Dump ? Paul Merton fearlessly goes where Greenpeace and Friends of the Earth have not dared to tread for many a long year and shows the world the madness of nuclear...and all in a quaint little …

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A Walk to Mark the 30th Anniversary of the Ongoing Chernobyl Disaster.

Please join us on Saturday 30th April.  We will meet at Drigg Railway Station at 11am and walk approximately four miles around the Drigg nuclear waste site where waste has reportedly been buried from the ongoing Chernobyl disaster. There is no mention of course of the UK's "Low Level" nuclear waste site on the "Adventure …

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Disappearing Trick: Birds and Nuclear Waste

    Imagine you are stood on sand dunes between the mountains and the sea. Above your head a sky full of thousands of elegant wheeling birds from terns to black headed gulls. “The birds, which at a distance cover the ground like white dots, rise in a mass into the air. It is difficult …

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