Letter to the EADT 04-02-20
The 21st January EADT Business Supplement included an article from John Dugmore, Suffolk Chamber of Commerce’s chief executive, saying they had written to the seven successful Tory MP’s offering them the Chambers congratulations.
Letter to the EADT 15-01-20
Letter to the EADT 08-01-20
Well Well Well ! At last it seems that what has been pretty obvious for such a long time to many of us, alongside the anti groups TASC & TEAGS, that SZC&D is …
Mr Kazuhiko Kobayashi has kindly sent TASC an update on the children of Fukushima. Dec 2020.
At the last stage of my life I have only one wish:
To speak out of my innermost soul,
TASC News Article for EADT 20-05-2016
Mark Whitby FReng presented an in depth account and analysis of the 2011 Fukushima nuclear disaster at a very well attended meeting at Yoxford Village Hall on Friday 20th May.
The subject matter
Thank you to all who came to the Jonathon Porritt meeting at the Jubilee Hall, Adeburgh on the 18th October . The meeting was attended by about 140 people, and the donations collected and a generous donation covered the cost
On Wednesday 7th May 2014 Suffolk Coastal Friends of the Earth and TASC (Together Against Sizewell C) held a public meeting to which Tim Deere-Jones was invited as a guest speaker. Tim is an Independent marine pollution consultant with 30
TASC Inaugural Meeting 20-7-2013
Leiston Community Centre
Chairs Report (acting Chairperson Joan Girling) – Available on request from firstname.lastname@example.org .
There was an additional comment which was to thank Mike Taylor for his work and support.
At another packed public meeting TASC (Together Against Sizewell C) hosted guests from the United States: Paul and Linda Gunter from the organisation ‘Beyond Nuclear’ whose aim is to work for a world free of nuclear power and nuclear weapons.
Crowded meeting demands Council Action
Almost eighty people attended the first of a series of meetings arranged by ‘Together Against Sizewell C’ (TASC). The meeting at Yoxford Village Hall was chaired by Joan Girling and the two main speakers were