Cumbria County Council voted against the plan for a geological dump on 30th January 2013….That should have been an end to it..and without a “solution” for the nuclear waste it should also have been an end to new nuclear build.  But the government says “we have a plan” never mind that the “plan” is diabolic dispersal of wastes to our geology (and to our air, to our sea, our land, even our DNA)

How Many Times Do We Have To Say NO ?

Government and local nuclear cheerleaders want to overturn this decision..by coming back with a new “process” and airbrushing the County Council out of the new “process”

The price of freedom from nuclear poisoning into eternity is vigilance


If you have land near a road put up NO NUKE DUMP signs

Put up posters in Windows
No Nuke Dump!  Stop Moorside!

Write letters to the press

From last time..Free Beer Mats to spread the message – and **excellent** information

Contact your Parish, District and Borough Councillors, urge them to let Government know WE ARE NOT A WILLING COMMUNITY!

Other people to contact include:

Ian Stephens, Managing Director, Cumbria Tourism

Cumbria’s MPs
andersenj@parliament.uk (Jamie Reed)

The Lake District National Park.. They oppose a geological dump under the national park but are rather vague otherwise and actually SUPPORT new nuclear build at Sellafield which would make wastes much hotter and more dangerous than that from existing nuke plants
Call them on: 01539 724555 or email: Richard.Leafe@lakedistrict.gov.uk

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