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An action group fighting to stop a windfarm being built in their village are holding a series of meetings to help raise awareness.
The Stop Wyverstone Windfarm Action Group is inviting anyone interested to attend one of their next two meetings, in Badwell Ash Village Hall, on Monday, at 7.30pm, or Wyverstone Village Hall, at 7.30pm, on May 20.
The group will outline the proposal for two 130-metre high wind turbines to be built at Potash Farm, Wyverstone, and discuss their concerns.
Bury Free Press
9 May 2008
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