The next TASC Committee meeting is due to be held on Tuesday the 29th of October at 7-00pm at Leiston Community Centre. (see the events page for more details). Supporters are welcome to come and join in the meeting.
 
TASC has two events planned for November to which anyone who is interested in the impact of the proposed Sizewell C is invited. If Sizewell C goes ahead, it is going to have a huge effect on all our lives, and TASC believes that local people deserve to know what the plans entail..
 
Firstly, we are holding a fundraising Coffee morning and Sale on Saturday the 9th of November from 10am to Noon at Leiston Community Centre. (see the events page for more details).
There will stalls with Books, Bric a Brac, Clothes, Homemade Cakes, Produce and a prize Draw.
We will have information about many of the issues which local people have voiced concerns over - for example, Emergency Planning, Coastal Erosion and the storage of nuclear waste on site.People are welcome to come along and have a coffee and a chat about Sizewell C.
 
Our second November event is a Public Meeting which is being held on Thursday the14th of November at 7.30 pm in Yoxford Village Hall. Local speakers will give talks and lead discussions on a variety of issues about Sizewell C. (see events page for more details)   
 
 

TOGETHER AGAINST SIZEWELL C (TASC) CALLS THE FIRST OF A SERIES OF PUBLIC MEETINGS TO UNITE OPPOSITION TO THE ‘ENVIRONMENTAL VANDALISM’ THAT WILL RESULT FROM BUILDING SIZEWELL C

TASC is a recently formed organisation comprised of individuals and groups opposed to the building of Sizewell C for a wide variety of reasons. TASC brings together like-minded people who have deeply held concerns that Sizewell C would have a detrimental effect on the community in this very rural area of East Suffolk much of which is located in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

The group members have concerns about the environment, the urbanisation of the area, transport, health, tourism and the problems of nuclear waste disposal. The purpose of the organisation is to provide balance to the somewhat one-sided views that are currently being expressed by EDF, the Councils and Parliamentary representatives through the Consultation Process.