Sizewell decision

July 20th 2022: Despite the Planning Inspectorate recommended Sizewell C be refused consent, the government decided to go ahead with the 10-15 year Sizwell project (despite being in the doldrums themselves). This is not the end of the fight A quote from the  The Examination Authority’s consideration  5.14.198.  Although the MDS relates to a limited…… Continue reading Sizewell decision

Halesworth July Newsletter

Halesworth Green newsletter for July 2022, could not be more relevant, as we hit record temperatures throughout the land. This went out only to Halesworth and Holton, and was a double sided newsletter with Adrian Ramsay news on the reverse side – Adrian Halesworth-Greenview1Download

Visit of Caroline Lucas to Waveney

June 22: Caroline Lucas MP visited some of our hardworking Green Cllrs yesterday and we were excited to show her various projects we’ve been working on across the beautiful market towns. Annette Dunning, Suffolk County Councillor Halesworth DivisionCaroline Topping -East Suffolk DC – Beccles, Worlingham, Barnby, North CoveElfrede Brambley-Crawshaw, District Councillor Beccles and Worlingham ward…… Continue reading Visit of Caroline Lucas to Waveney

Popular park reopens for Beccles Platinum Jubilee celebrations

The ribbon has been cut on a newly refurbished play park as dozens of children descended on Beccles Quay. Bungay and Beccles The upgraded facilities, part of a £250,000 investment, were officially opened on Thursday, June 2, with the grand opening held at the start of the town’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations. Councillors Elfrede Brambley-Crawshaw, town mayor…… Continue reading Popular park reopens for Beccles Platinum Jubilee celebrations

BBC news – Suffolk protesters demand River Waveney clean up

BBC News Protesters have urged politicians and a water company to do more to clean up a county’s rivers. About 200 people marched from Bungay to the River Waveney in Suffolk as part of a “Procession Against Poo”. Toby Hammond, a Green Party member from the town, said it was “outrageous” that sewage was being…… Continue reading BBC news – Suffolk protesters demand River Waveney clean up

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Raw Sewage into Waveney

Beccles and Bungay news artical April 2021, Water companies can pump waste into rivers and the sea during heavy rainfall to stop drains backing up and flooding homes with sewage.Environment agency chief executive, Sir James Bevan, said: “Sewage pollution can be devastating to human health, local biodiversity and our environment.

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