Whether Under Land or Sea a Deep Nuclear Dump Would Be The Wrong Thing to Do -
Stop and Contain.
Radioactive Waste Management are advised by the Committee on Radioactive Waste Management which has as one of their key members the coal mine boss Mark Kirkbride. The BBC and other mainstream UK news outlet are yet to inform the public of this spectacular cronyism. Radioactive Waste Management are running a propaganda fest at a time when the public's immune system is quite literally traumatised, without resistance, ripe for rolling over and accepting the role of "willing community." Here are the "events" - we hope to be at a couple to show resistance to this abusive push to implement a geological nuclear dump (or more than one) and urge people to go along to "drop ins' in their area with banners NO DEEP NUCLEAR DUMP HERE - OR ANYWHERE! - send us photos. ALLERDALE "DROP IN"
10:30am–6:00pm, Thursby Village Hall, CA5 6PQ
23 July, 10:00am–6:00pm, Wigton Market Hall, CA7 9AA
24 July, 10:30am–6:00pm, Bothel Village Hall, CA7 2HL
5 August, 10:30am–6:00pm, Crosscanonby Community Centre, CA15 6SQ
6 August, 10:30am–6:00pm, Gilcrux Village Hall, CA7 2QD
7 August, 10:00am–5:30pm, The Wave, Maryport, CA15 8AD
12 August, 10:30am–6:00pm, Blindcrake Village Hall, CA13 0QH
13 August, 10:30am–6:00pm, Broughton Village Hall, CA13 0NE
14 August, 10:00am–4:30pm, United Reformed Church, Cockermouth, CA13 9LU
19 August, 10:00am–4:00pm, Seaton Village Hall, CA14 1PL
20 August, 10:00am–6:00pm, Northside Community Centre, CA14 1AX
21 August, 10:30am–5.00pm, Carnegie Theatre & Arts Centre, CA14 2BD
COPELAND "DROP IN" The drop-ins are being held in the following locations:
July 22 Cleator Moor Town Council offices, Market Square, 10am-3pm
July 28 Thwaites Village Hall, 10am-3pm
July 30 Cumbria Traders’ Day Market, St Nicholas’ Gardens, Whitehaven, 9.30-3pm
Aug 5 Egremont Meeting Place, Methodist Church, 10am-3pm
Aug 11 Seascale Library, 10am-3pm
Aug 20 Millom Conservative & Unionist Club, Lapstone Road, 10am-3pm
Aug 24 Former Belvoir shop, King Street, Whitehaven, 10am-3pm
Radioactive Waste Management say: "Construction of a GDF facility is based on consent – which means there must be a suitable site and a willing community in order to proceed. The Working Group is available to speak to groups, help to answer questions and provide information. Please get in touch by email or telephone 0300 369 0000. For further information, our website is a great resource and you can also sign up for a monthly newsletter and please also visit the Virtual Exhibition." We note that if either Allerdale or Copeland now want to withdraw from this diabolic process - the one needs consent from the other - what kind of abusive relationship is that?!