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Government Announces New Licences For Fracking.

The Government has announced the successful applications to frack new areas of our countryside, in a bid to industrialise them and destroy them forever. Our islands are already heavily populated and the pressure on our beautiful and varied countryside is greater than ever. The Government has also made it clear

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COTSWOLDS FRACKING & THE CLIMATE: Meeting Update

COTSWOLDS FRACKING & THE CLIMATE: Meeting Update

‘Frack Free Cotswolds’ and the national organisation ‘Campaign against Climate Change’ present a talk and discussion at the Royal Agricultural University, Stroud Road, Cirencester, Glos. on Tuesday 22nd September, 2015 at the Parkinson Lecture Theatre. Please use the Stroud Road entrance for parking, which will be free. There will be

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Cotswold Fracking and The Climate Meeting 22/9/15

Cotswold Fracking and The Climate Meeting 22/9/15

A public meeting will be held at: Parkinson Theatre Royal Agricultural University Cirencester Tuesday 22nd September 2015 7.30 start – doors open 7 pm

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New Leaflet Launched

FFC are happy to announce the printing and publishing of a leaflet to inform about the prospects of fracking coming to the Cotswolds and the dangers it presents to our community and beyond. Please contact us for more details…

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Cuadrilla Appealing Against Local Decision

The well publicised decision by Lancashire County Councillors to reject plans by Fracking company Cuadrilla to sink two exploratory fracking wells in the county have been challenged by the company in question. Given a Prime Minister that espouses local democracy and respect for the opinions of local people in making

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Sign Our Stop Fracking Petition

Call upon our local politicians to oppose the damaging process of Fracking and all it's derivatives coming to the Cotswolds

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Stop Fracking Coming to the Cotswolds

We the undersigned call upon our local politicians to oppose the damaging process of Fracking and all it's derivatives coming to the Cotswolds and to support more environmentally responsible alternatives.

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