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Happy New Year!
Thanks to all of you we have a fighting chance to stop the first deep coal mine in 30 years in the UK with top law firm Leigh Day lending their weight to the battle.
The date for the planning meeting has been deferred yet again (this will be the third date!)
New Date: 7th March 2018 at Kendal County Offices, Cumbria
West Cumbria Mining accidently hit seam of Methane with “exploratory drilling” off St Bees.
The Old Baths at Whitehaven made of St Bees Sandstone
Fleswick Bay, St Bees
To recap: The plan is to return to the historic and dangerous mining of coal (coking and non coking) deep under the Irish Sea off St Bees. This plan has bizarrely had a free ride despite the fact that for over a decade the UK has been told that new nuclear is “needed” to replace coal mining…
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