One family’s fight against the effects of wind turbines near to their home in Deeping St Nicholas is to feature in a television documentary.
Jane and Julian Davis are to appear in the four-part documentary Windfarm Wars, which starts tomorrow on BBC2.
The couple claim their family suffered severe sleep deprivation and were forced to move to rented accomodation in Spalding as a result of the noise generated by the turbines.
Their home on North Drove Bank is just 930 metres from eight 100-metre high turbines, which went “live” in 2006.
This summer, they will take their case to the High Court in what is thought to be one of the first private nuisance cases brought against a wind farm.
In Windfarm Wars, the Davis family are expecting to appear in episodes two and four. The show starts at 7pm.
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