Credit: North Devon Journal,
2 February 2012 ~~
A Woolacombe-based group against the proposed Atlantic Array Windfarm has set up a website.
Atlantic Disarray was set up at the end of last year to try and oppose the proposed development of the offshore wind farm.
Construction of the wind farm could see either 188 turbines at 220 metres high, or 417 at 165 metres in the Bristol Channel – 14km away from Woolacombe.
Find the group’s website at www.atlanticdisarray.org.uk.
North Devon Journal,
2 February 2012
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