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Planning application to extend Greystone Quarry

We would like to make all Mabrake members aware of a planning application to extend Greystone Quarry. This development would mean the extension of the Quarry into the Tamar Valley AONB. It would also result in the loss of the … Continue reading

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“There is no escaping the torture from infrasound emissions from industrial wind turbines.” | Friends against wind

“I would like to ask one question of the WHO: Under what circumstances would the WHO condone torture?” Source: “There is no escaping the torture from infrasound emissions from industrial wind turbines.” | Friends against wind

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Join us for a Special Evening!

Coombe Sculpture Garden – 2nd July 2016 5.30pm – Unique opportunity to enjoy an evening visit to this beautiful garden and view the sculptures by prize winning sculptor Paul Vanstone. 7.00pm – A Concert in the sculpture gallery by the … Continue reading

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Come and Support MABRAKE!

Coombe Sculpture Garden The garden is open Friday, Saturday and Sunday until the 3rd July. Opening times 11am until 5pm. Most of the funds raised will go to MABRAKE to help fund on-going campaigns to protect our part of West … Continue reading

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Wind farm industry admits that England’s not windy enough | Daily Mail Online

Hugh McNeal, chief executive of the wind industry’s trade body Renew-ableUK, no less, says onshore turbines in England do not add up because there is insufficient wind. Source: Wind farm industry admits that England’s not windy enough | Daily Mail … Continue reading

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Ramsdown (Tredown Farm) Wind Turbine Appeal Dismissed!

The best news of 2016 has just arrived in that the Inspector has dismissed the Appeal made by Murex against WDBC’s decision to refuse the planning application.   For full details click here:- Tredown APPEAL DECISION Congratulations to everyone who objected!

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Polish Institute of Public Health: wind farm setback recommendations | Friends against wind

“… the Institute recommends 2 km as the minimum distance of wind farms from buildings.” Source: Polish Institute of Public Health: wind farm setback recommendations | Friends against wind

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