Saturday 20th February 10am-2pm at The Waverley Carmarthen
Friends of the Eath Cymru are holding a networking event for members from West Wales to discuss the divestment campaign and the forth coming Assembly Elections
And by emailing fisheriesmailbox@Wales.gsi.gov.uk
It only takes a second to answer NO to question 2 which is the important question. If you have more time, please add your comments to the form and email as well.
Act NOW the deadline is 17th February
Pembrokeshire Friends of the Earth are showing this "procative and improbably entertaining" film
At The Seminar Room Bloomfield Narberth
Admission Free. Refreshments from 7pm
Baracud Energy Ltd applied for planning permission for a pyrolysis incinerator and
power plant burning refinery oily sludge and waste (filter cake). The proposed plant was to be
sited at Waterloo Industrial Estate close to the site of the former Prince’s Trust Watersports Centre and
within the town of Pembroke Dock. The plant would have generate 6mw of power, but Pembrokeshire Friends of the Earth argued that the development was the wrong technology in the wrong place
After nearly a year of delays the development finally came before the planning committee on 15th December and was unaminously rejected.
Please sign our online petition calling for a Frack Free Pembrokeshire.
Members of Pembrokeshire FOE recently met Stephen Crabb MP to express our concerns about the Government's environmentally damaging policies. See the attached briefing paper prepared for the meeting.