This consultation is being held in Lowestoft to see if we are desperate enough to take a dump on our own doorstep. Of course it would be handy with Sizewell just up the road - though a bit of a trek from Hinkley.

I expect they could make a feature of it with a visitors centre on the most easterly point in the country. There did use to be a rubbish dump there anyway...behind the gas works and just next to birds eye fishinger factory.

April 17th 5.00pm Hamilton house , Battery Green Road. NR321D

There is no indication of the finishing time

Hamilton House is just near the roundabout past the police station.



The google map reference is here





You are invited to attend the Suffolk Coast Against Retreat AGM at which Therese Coffey will address the meeting about the government’s 25 year environment plan.

Guest Speaker Thérèse Coffey MP
Parliamentary Under Secretary of State, DEFRA
with responsibility for flooding and rural affairs

also attending:
Peter Aldous MP for Waveney

All welcome
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For the past six years the groups Kick Nuclear and Japanese Against Nuclear UK have combined with the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament to organise events to commemorate the Fukushima Disaster of 11th March 2011

This year's events are as follows:

Friday March 9th, 5.30-7.30pm: candle-lit vigil outside Japanese Embassy, 101-104 Piccadilly WC1 (near Green Park tune) with speeches, poetry and music.

Sunday March 11thmarch from Japanese Embassy (assemble at noon) to Old Palace Yard, opposite Houses of Parliament for rally from 2-3.30pm, with speeches, including from Kate Hudson and Bruce Kent, music and poetry.

Wednesday March 14th

Anniversary Public Meeting in Attlee Room, Portcullis House, Houses of Parliament.


Hosted and Chaired by: Catherine West, MP for Hornsey & Wood Green.


Catherine West MP: Introduction.

Kate Hudson, CND General-Secretary. “Campaigning against Nuclear Power Internationally in the Light of Fukushima”

Rika Hirose Haga, of the School of Geography and Sustainable Development at the University of St Andrews. Beyond Fukushima - Pragmatism or Blind Allegiance?”

Dr. Ian Fairlie, Independent Consultant on Radiation in the Environment: “Evacuations after Severe Nuclear Accidents?”

Prof. Andrew Stirling, Professor of science and technology policy at Sussex University: “Unusual obstacles to acknowledging obsolescence around nuclear power”

Prof. Stephen Thomas, Professor at the University ofGreenwichBusiness School, working in the area of energy policy: “Is Wylfa the new model for UK nuclear projects?”

Amelia Womack, Deputy Leader of the Green Party. “Nuclear power and politics”

Free entry.  Allow 20 minutes to go through security into Portcullis House.  Portcullis House is on top of Westminster tube station. Entrance is at end facing the Thames. 

Further information on above events:

No need to book in advance. Leave 20 minutes at least to get through security.


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Meeting organised by Kick Nuclear, Japanese Against Nuclear UK and CND.

EDF are holding a Sizewell C Community Forum at 18:30 on Thursday 26 July 2018. Please arrive in time for a 19:00 start so we can conclude the meeting at 21:00.

This is a meeting in public rather than a public meeting, so whilst the public are welcome to attend, only community forum members can speak or ask questions. It is important to maintain this procedural discipline because we have limited time and all Forum members need to have their opportunity.  Membership of the Forum depends upon the position held in an organisation or a nomination from a parish council.

The Waveney and suffolk Coastal Momentum group are holding a meet and greet. According to their facebook page it is

 "An informal chance to meet up with, and get to know, Momentum members and supporters in Waveney and Suffolk Coastal. Come along for a cuppa, a biscuit, and a chat. If you are interested there will be opportunities to get active in campaigning for Labour in the New Year."

TASC is not affiliated with any particular political party or faction. We are, however, interested in talking to politicians and people who are politically engaged at a national, regional or local level in order to disseminate information and get across our point of view about Sizewell C. At present, both the labour and the conservative party are in favour of new nuclear build, so it is important to try and persuade them to think again.