Letter in The Keswick Reminder: We Need to Talk About Moorside and Radioactive Wastes

Letter: We Need toTalk About Moorside and Radioactive Wastes 20th March 2015 Dear Editor, I attended the ‘Public Talk’ at the Skiddaw Hotel on 11th March, not that I would have known about it if I hadn’t read about it in your Letters column, via Rod and Jill Donnington-Smith. It was quite a large gathering, …

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We Need to Talk About Moorside – Letter in the Keswick Reminder

Dear Editor, Arnie Gundersen and Ian Fairlie In West Cumbria we already host Sellafield, one of the most hazardous sites in the world. It is now proposed that three new nuclear power plants are to be built next door at Moorside and the threat of a Geological Disposal Facility (GDF) being imposed on us still …

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“Radioactive Intrigue” A letter in the Keswick Reminder

Excellent letter in last Friday's Keswick Reminder THE KESWICK REMINDER Friday. 21St September, 2012 Dear Editor Radioactive intrigue ‘you really couldn’t make it up’ I am intrigued by recent developments regarding the proposal for the high level nuclear waste repository. After years of precisely no information as to where it might be sited we now …

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Keswick Reminder Letter: Mind Blowing Nuclear Waste and Monkey Puzzles

Keswick Reminder 14th September 2012 Dear Editor, It is mind blowing to think that if nuclear waste had been around in the Carboniferous Period of 300 million years ago, when the Lake District was covered in primitive conifers, nuclear waste would still be a clear and present danger now. Layers of decaying primitive conifers now …

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NUCLEAR PUBLICITY DAMAGING TOURISM – ARTICLE IN KESWICK REMINDER

KESWICK REMINDER 8th June 2012 NUCLEAR PUBLICITY DAMAGING TOURISM Claims Shop Owner The Lake District’s worldwide reputation as a beautiful place to visit is being tarnished by widespread publicity over the possible creation of an underground nuclear dump beneath it. That’s the view of Dianne Standen, who wrote to The Keswick Reminder this week to …

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