Radiation Free Lakeland

Come along and join us for a day of wildlife watching at the “Moorside” site.

We will meet at the beautiful old St Bridgets Church, Beckermet 11am Saturday 4th June

Bring a picnic.

The aim of the day is to highlight the diverse fauna and fauna and beauty of this area, to take photographs, and create art (art materials will be provided).  Although Sellafield has had a huge deterimental impact on the wildlife and health of this land – what remains is of even more value and should be cherished instead of being sacrificed on the alter of the “biggest nuclear development in Europe”

Fresh Water Pearl Mussel; Endangered Species not a Receptor Fresh Water Pearl Mussels

Otter- I am an endangered species, not a receptor

Boreholes being dug now - amongst ancient hedgerows which would be trashed by Moorside Boreholes being dug now – amongst ancient hedgerows which would be trashed by Moorside

The beautiful River Ehen about to be Nuclearised? “Moorside”

This area is magical, even without the various (apparently meaningless) designations of SSSI and such like.  The land was bought by the NDA – in effect owned…

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