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Toshiba Westinghouse who run the Springfields site also constructed Fukushima Daichii
March 11th 2017 will be the 6th anniversary of the ongoing Fukushima disaster.
Radiation Free Lakeland invite people to join them in a vigil to remember and to send a message to the nuclear industry that no amount of electricity is worth the kind of damage a nuclear accident inflicts on our sea, air, soil, fresh water and on our children.
Meet outside the main gate of Springfields Nuclear Fuel Plant – Salwick, Nr PRESTON at 2.30pm on March 11th to light a candle and hold a vigil.
People will be at Kirkham Train station for 2.00pm to share lifts to the Springfields site.
Please bring along daffodils to lay at the site.
We will read out a statement by the former Japanese PM Naoto Kan who having seen Japan through the early days of the Fukushima disaster…
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