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Campaign group leader calls pylon report a ‘whitewash’

Campaign group leader calls pylon report a ‘whitewash’

Campaign group leader calls pylon report a ‘whitewash’

18 March 2024

A campaign leader, fighting a proposed pylon line through East Anglia, has slammed a report into the scheme.


Summit hopes highlighted by candidate

Summit hopes highlighted by candidate

Summit hopes highlighted by candidate

07 December 2023

Parliamentary candidate Adrian Ramsay has outlined the progress he would like to see at this year’s COP28 summit.


Pounds for Pylons Autumn Statement plans branded an ‘insult’ by project protester

Pounds for Pylons Autumn Statement plans branded an ‘insult’ by project protester

Pounds for Pylons Autumn Statement plans branded an ‘insult’ by project protester

24 November 2023

A campaign leader, fighting a proposed pylon line through East Anglian, has labelled plans compensating people living close to the route as insulting.


Call for ban on flood plain building

Call for ban on flood plain building

Call for ban on flood plain building

19 November 2023

Call made for building on flood plains to be banned in the wake of flooding issues.


Trio demand pylon rethink in wake of report

Trio demand pylon rethink in wake of report

Trio demand pylon rethink in wake of report

09 November 2023

National Grid has been urged to pause and reassess after a report in to its pylon scheme was released.


Route change adds to pylon woes

Route change adds to pylon woes

Route change adds to pylon woes

01 August 2023

Pylon route change running through solar farms’ proposed sites adds to issues.


King attends climate clock launch

King attends climate clock launch

King attends climate clock launch

29 June 2023

King Charles has attended the launch of a climate clock campaign at The Guildhall in London


Train station volunteers awarded for making ‘wildlife haven’

Train station volunteers awarded for making ‘wildlife haven’

Train station volunteers awarded for making ‘wildlife haven’

14 June 2023

Train station community volunteers have been recognising for their work to improve biodiversity and support nature.


Campaign seeks King’s help in fight against power line plans

Campaign seeks King’s help in fight against power line plans

Campaign seeks King’s help in fight against power line plans

11 June 2023

A campaign against controversial electricity pylon proposals has taken its plight all the way to the throne, as they seek backing of the monarch


Sewer spills spark call for better river safety

Sewer spills spark call for better river safety

Sewer spills spark call for better river safety

26 May 2023

Nature groups are calling for stronger safeguards after the water quality of the River Waveney was found to have five “chemical cocktails” in it


Residents braced for challenge to expected demolition order

Residents braced for challenge to expected demolition order

Residents braced for challenge to expected demolition order

20 May 2023

People living in Bressingham and the surrounding area are preparing to renew their fight against plans for an anaerobic digester biogas plant.


Bid for World Heritage Site status could derail National Grid's pylon plan

Bid for World Heritage Site status could derail National Grid's pylon plan

Bid for World Heritage Site status could derail National Grid's pylon plan

14 April 2023

Plans to build a 180km stretch of 50m high pylons across East Anglia have been hit with 90 million new problems this week.


Secret deals at play in pylon battle, fears campaigner

Secret deals at play in pylon battle, fears campaigner

Secret deals at play in pylon battle, fears campaigner

21 February 2023

A campaign group has highlighted fears that deals could be being made behind the backs of communities.


School’s environment award

School’s environment award

School’s environment award

20 February 2023

A primary school has received a special accolade for its environmental work.


MP praises wildlife scheme

MP praises wildlife scheme

MP praises wildlife scheme

16 February 2023

South Norfolk MP Richard Bacon has praised a wildlife scheme after taking time to visit Bedingham Hall Farm.


Pupils send vibrant message

Pupils send vibrant message

Pupils send vibrant message

31 January 2023

Pupils learning about nature are creating a giant butterfly display to be placed in the local church.


Group set to plant 3,500 trees to form mini-forest

Group set to plant 3,500 trees to form mini-forest

Group set to plant 3,500 trees to form mini-forest

20 December 2022

A forest inspired by the Far East is being planted in Redgrave.


Deal Farm plans decision

Deal Farm plans decision

Deal Farm plans decision

15 December 2022

South Norfolk Council has reached a decision on the contentious, half built biogas plant at Deal Farm.


Tree planted for Queen as friends remembered

Tree planted for Queen as friends remembered

Tree planted for Queen as friends remembered

13 December 2022

The tree planting was marked by a few words for two men who have done so much for Diss Community Woodland Group.


Pylons: Anger spills over

Pylons: Anger spills over

Pylons: Anger spills over

10 December 2022

Anger spills over at meeting to discuss plan to create string of pylons across Norfolk and Suffolk.


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