A public exhibition is being held over plans to build a nine-turbine wind farm on the edge of the Lake District.
West Coast Energy has applied for planning permission to construct the 334ft (102m) turbines at Berrier Hill, near the village of Greystoke.
Representatives from the firm will meet members of the public at Greystoke village hall on Tuesday.
A decision on the application is expected to be made by Eden District Council in November.
The plans are also on display at Mansion House council offices in Penrith.
14 August 2007
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