Just a Sample of Past Events Below

 

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KEEP CUMBRIAN COAL IN THE HOLE - IT IS TOO NEAR SELLAFIELD.   WALK ON 28TH OCTOBER FROM WHITEHAVEN TO ST BEES

REMEMBERING THE 60TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE WINDSCALE FIRE  10th OCTOBER 2017

 

 

 

 

 

 

July 2017: Cumbria Wildlife Trust Awarded "Beached Up Art" Award for their continued reckless disregard for safety in encouraging children to dig for hours at St Bees.  Radioactive Particles continue to be found here, washed up from decades of Sellafield reprocessing.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

NO NEED FOR NUCLEAR - THE RENEWABLES ARE HERE!

Conference in London Saturday 17th June 2017 - fantastic line up of speakers!

 

 

 

 

 

Write to Stop Moorside

Write and tell the Office for Nuclear Regulation before 30th November 2016 : 

The AP1000 reactor design is dangerous to public health and the environment.  The AP1000 reactor design is not fit for purpose and so should be refused a Design Acceptance Confirmation (DAC) and Statement of Design Acceptability (SDA) by the Office for Nuclear Regulation and the Environment Agency.

 

email: New.Reactor-Build@onr.gov.uk

KEEP CUMBRIAN COAL IN THE HOLE - IT IS WAY TOO NEAR SELLAFIELD

Please Join us on sunday 10th September @Bowness Bay from midday to show opposition to the plan for the first new coal mine in the UK for decades. It is planned off the beautiful coast @St Bees near the worlds biggest nuclear waste dump @Sellafield

Join Us at Wasdale Show on 8th October 2016

We will have a stall with information and will be launching our Competition

HEDGEHOGS SAY SAVE OUR HOMES!

Moorside Would Destroy How Many Ancient Hedges?

1km  2km  3km  4km  5km  6km  over 6km

How Many Hedgehogs?

20  40  60  90  120  140  over 160

We will have the Stop Moorside petition which now has nearly 11,000 signatures despite so little publicity from the main stream media.

There will be information and free stuff to take away.

 

DRIGG Nuclear Dump DECISION 15th July in Kendal - Join Us to say ENOUGH!

"The whole site is surreal. It is hard to believe what I am seeing. Radioactive waste packed into shipping containers – parked behind two fences alongside the Cumbrian coast."

 

REMEMBER FUKUSHIMA/STOP MOORSIDE

Whithaven 11th March from 12noon 

Please come along and join us on the 5th anniversary of the ongoing Fukushima disaster.

 

We will be in Whitehaven for a vigil and events to Remember Fukushima and Stop Moorside. 

We will be at the Harbour near The Beacon from 12pm till 2 ish on March 11th

Join us to hear a short message read out from the Prime Minister of Japan at the time of the disaster, the message includes the statement:

” If you love your country, let nuclear go!” 

We will then hold a minutes silence in a Vigil to Remember Fukushima.

Following the Vigil we will hold events to Stop Moorside.

 

Bring music, bring yourselves and ……

Show Resistance to Moorside – the proposed Biggest Nuclear Development in Europe, on greenfields near to Sellafield the most dangerous nuclear site in the world.

 

This event is just one of many taking place across the UK and the world to

Remember Fukushima and to Resist the Nuclear Juggernaught.

Wasdale Show 10th Oct

The Stop Moorside Petition will be at Wasdale Show this Saturday on the 10th October at the Radiation Free Lakeland stall. The stall will have information on how to get active in the growing resistance to the plan for dangerous new nuclear reactors next to Sellafield on the green fields and River Ehen floodplain. Also the "How Long Till its Gone?" Competition 

 

 

*Sand drawing with pebbles. Each pebble will represent one of the thousands of radioactive particles found and retrieved by the nuclear industry’s ‘Monitoring and Retrieval’ program. There is of course no way of knowing how many radioactive particles are not ‘found’.

*Leafletting * placing Radioactive Beach Warning Signs

*Protective clothing, gloves etc used by us on the day will be taken to Sellafield as potential Radioactive Waste.       People should come along at their own risk - children are more vulnerable to harm from ingestion/inhalation of alpha radioactive particles

Radioactive Pebbles - Demo at St Bees 8th August 11am - 3pm

STOP NUCLEAR TRAINS 

 

 

LEAFLETTING AND DEMO 18th July 11am -2 pm

 

Outside the Direct Rail Services Depot Kingmoor Depot Etterby Road, Carlisle , Cumbria CA3 9NZ

 

This coming Saturday Direct Rail Services will be “celebrating 20 years” of transporting nuclear waste to Sellafield.

 

Radiation Free Lakeland are teaming up with Close Capenhurst Campaign to leaflet and demonstrate against the continued practice of hauling radioactive wastes through our towns and villages. 

#STOPMOORSIDE 

 

Carlisle 30th June – Leafletting and Demonstration outside the Hallmark Hotel (11am - 1pm)

 

Kendal 7th July – Stop Moorside – Music and Art! 10am -4pm at the Bird Cage.

 

Penrith 8th July – Leafletting and Demonstration outside the Methodist Church (from 11am)

 

 

"WE NEED TO TALK ABOUT MOORSIDE"


ARNIE GUNDERSEN WILL BE SPEAKING on the 11th MARCH,  THE SKIDDAW HOTEL, KESWICK 

7.30-9.30pm  

 

We are delighted to announce that Arnie Gundersen of Fairewinds in the USA will be speaking in Keswick on the 11th March.  The talk is just one of the many events worldwide marking the fourth anniversary of the ongoing Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster.

 

There will be an opportunity for Q & A in what promises to be a very interesting and informative evening.

 

We are delighted that Dr Ian Fairlie will also be speaking.  

Radiation Free Lakeland will be holding a demonstration and leafletting at Carlisle Railway Station on Monday 24th November from 11am to 1pm – Please come and join us 

 

This demonstration in Carlisle coincides with a week of actions at train stations throughout the UK  by groups and concerned citizens including in Wigan, Warrington Bridgwater, Chester  and Lancaster to oppose the continued transport of radioactive materials by train..

 

Walk Moorcide -Europes Biggest Nastiest Extreme Energy Plan

 

 

JOIN US ON 10th August 2014 meet at 10am Beckermet, The Royal Oak.

 

The walk will take around 2 hours, approximately 5 miles For those who do not want to do the whole walk we will be returning to The Royal Oak Beckermet to have a bite to eat and discuss what we have seen.

From the Lake District National Park towards the coast, you can look down across the lowland area and your eyes meet the obscene atomic carbuncle called Sellafield.  The industry with funding from our nuclear obsessed government want to add at least two vast new reactors and the loading station for tens of thousands of radioactive waste packages for a vast underground nuclear dump.

Recent press coverage suggests that Moorside is a fait accompli. This is what the industry and our nuclear fanatical government would dearly like people to believe in order to stop opposition.

Opposition is however the only sane option to new build adjacent to Sellafield.

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