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Reclaim Hinkley - 8 October 2012 | Stop New Nuclear

Stop Nuclear Power Network UK

Campaigning against the UK's addiction to nuclear power

Mass trespass at EDF’s Hinkley Point nuclear power station: October 5-8 2012

Following the success of the mass action at Hinkley Point nuclear power station in Somerset, the Stop New Nuclear alliance is now planning a mass trespass on the site earmarked for the Hinkley C mega power station.
In March, around 1000 people took part in a 24-hour blockade of the entrance to EDF’s nuclear power station in Somerset. This was one of the largest and longest blockades of a nuclear power plant in the history of the anti-nuclear movement.
Now the Stop New Nuclear alliance aims to return to Hinkley and trespass on the area designated for Hinkley C. The aim is to highlight the fact that EDF is already trashing fragile land in preparation for construction – even though the company hasn’t got planning permission and investors are looking less and less interested in putting their money into the project.
For more information, check out the Stop New Nuclear alliance’s website:

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