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Wind-farm threat to Kent church  

Credit:  By Ed Thornton | Church Times | 01 March 2013 | www.churchtimes.co.uk ~~

A 13th-century listed church is under “serious threat” if plans go ahead to build wind turbines in the Romney Marsh area of Kent, campaigners say.

The Save Our Marsh – Block Rural Exploitation group are protesting against proposals to build more wind turbines in Romney Marsh, which, they say, will result in the area’s becoming “an industrialised wasteland”.

The group said that St Augustine’s, a 13th-century listed church, would be “blighted” by plans by Ecotricity to build …

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Source:  By Ed Thornton | Church Times | 01 March 2013 | www.churchtimes.co.uk

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