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Turbine meeting at Bircham Newton  

A campaigner who claims her life has been blighted by wind turbine noise and a GP who has investigated the health issues related to them will be among speakers at a meeting over a new wind farm plan.

A public meeting over the planned five-turbine Chiplow development between Bagthorpe, Barmer and Syderstone will be held at The Birches, Bircham Newton construction college, at 7.30pm on Monday.

Jane Davis, of Deeping St James, Lincolnshire, who has told her story about persistent noise from a wind farm close to her home in national newspapers including the Guardian, Daily Mail and Daily Telegraph, will speak at the meeting.

E.ON is completing investigations into the suitability of the site and is set to apply for planning permission in the autumn.

Lynn News

27 July 2007

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