Tuesday, 26 October 2010

Apethorpe says 'No to Nuclear Waste'

APETHORPE came out fighting following news that an appeal to dump radioactive nuclear waste in the nearby village of Kings Cliffe would be held in Corby.
Apethorpe residents filled their windows and houses with 'Radioactive Waste No Thanks' posters and banners to show our dissaproval at the plans.
The appeal runs from Tuesday October 26 in the Manor Suite, Holiday Inn, Corby at 10am for four weeks.
The posters around the village were displayed following a discussion at the last Village Meeting to show our view on the proposed plans to dump waste at the Augean site near Kings Cliffe.

1 comment:

  1. AnonymousMay 25, 2011

    No matter what the people say or want, the government will do exactly as it wishes.
    I do not live in or near Apethorpe, but I am saddened that this lovely countryside,which I do know, is to be spoilt.Democracy is a sham in Britain, and public inquiries are simply a means of letting "the peasantry" let off steam. The powers that be just ignore them. MONEY TALKS !