Radiation Free Lakeland

Panoramic from Black Coombe to Scafell.  Sellafield can be seen in the centre with the catchment of St Bees head Irish Sea Panoramic from Black Coombe to Scafell. Sellafield can be seen in the centre with the catchment of St Bees head

Sellafield and St Bees Head Sellafield and St Bees Head

St Bees radioactive particles

On the 8th of August from 11am to 3pm Radiation Free Lakeland will be holding a protest at St Bees.

We will be:

*Sand drawing with pebbles. Each pebble will represent one of the thousands of radioactive particles found and retrieved by the nuclear industry’s ‘Monitoring and Retrieval’ program. There is of course no way of knowing how many radioactive particles are not ‘found’.

*Leafletting * placing Radioactive Beach Warning Signs

*Protective clothing, gloves etc used by us on the day will be taken to Sellafield as potential Radioactive Waste.

People should come along at their own risk.

We will have some plastic gloves and masks for protection against contact and inhalation of radioactive particles. Children are most vulnerable to radiation and Public Health England…

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