Archive for July, 2008

No to Landfill Planning Meeting and Bus Times

July 28, 2008

NoToLandfill.com

It has now been confirmed that the Northumberland County Council Planning

Committee meeting to consider SITA’s planning application is to be held on:–

Tuesday 29th July 2008 at County Hall, Morpeth at 6pm.

NoToLandfill will provide free of charge return buses for residents to be able to attend and make their feelings known at the meeting, please come and offer as much support as possible, bring family, friends, neighbours, tell everyone about this it is very important. Bring placards, signs, bin bags full of paper, anything that will make members realize that we do not want this Landfill Site anymore.

Bus 1:

4.30pm Cannon Pub, Earsdon

4.32pm Old School House, East Holywell

4.35pm Backworth Community Hall

4.37pm Deuchars Pub, Backworth

5.00pm County Hall, Morpeth

Bus 2:

4.30pm Elsdon Avenue Shops, Seaton Delaval

4.35pm Bus stop by the Co-op Chemist, Station Road, Seghill

5.00pm County Hall Morpeth

Return at end of Planning Meeting

Copies of our petition, signed by over 5000 objectors, and the online petition with 300 more names have now been handed in to Northumberland and North Tyneside Councils. These have been acknowledged and will be reported to the planning committee members.

Why should our area be the dustbin for all Tyneside’s waste?

Don’t they think we have suffered the SMELLS, TRAFFIC, LITTER, NOISE, VERMIN, FLIES for long enough?

Tell them . . . .

You have no right to inflict this on our families and future generations.

40 years is more than enough: & this proposal could mean another 40.

Say NO to landfill. ENOUGH IS ENOUGH!

YOU CAN CONTACT US ON 07932-896842

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Make A Move Summer Holiday fun

July 26, 2008

Monday 28th July – Tuesday 1st Sept. 2008

All activites weather permitting and all children must complete a BVAL form, found ar http://www.bval.co.uk

For more information contact Martng Deagle on 01670542587 or email makeamove@blythvalley.gov.uk

No to landfill Meeting

July 26, 2008

We have a date for the Planning Committee meeting to consider SITA’s planning application. We have been advised informally that this is to be held on Tuesday 29th July 2008 at County Hall, Morpeth. We need as many people as possible to attend and show there disapproval to the proposed extension. If you want to go Meet outside at 5pm.

No To Landfill Campaign

July 3, 2008

NO TO LANDFILL CAMPAIGN

If you live in Earsdon, Backworth, Holywell, Seaton Delaval,
Killingworth and Seghill, this affects you.

After 3 years of campaigning it looks like we may have
a date for the Planning Committee meeting to consider SITA’s
planning application to extend their landfill operation in your area.
The date is Tuesday 29th July at County Hall, Morpeth.

A special site inspection is to be carried out for the benefit of all
the councillors on Northumberland and North Tyneside
Councils planning committees. This is to take place on
Monday 7th July at the site’s main gates in Seghill at 9.45am.

If you would like to take this opportunity to express your opposition to SITA’s proposals personally to
the people who will be making the decision we would like
to see you at the Seghill main gates
from 9.20am on 7th July to greet the councillors when
they arrive. 40 years of landfill on our doorstep is enough,
and this proposal could mean another 40 years.
We cannot let this be inflicted on our families
and future generations.

To find out more about our campaign please go
to www.notolandfill.com

New Seaton Valley Magazine

July 2, 2008

This year a new Seaton Valley Magazine will be launched it will focus on real issues in the Seaton Valley area along with news, competitions, what’s on etc. Until the printing is finalised we will be running this as an online magazine located at: http://magazine.seatondelaval.org. Are you interested in getting involved? Are you interested in journalism or photography? if this sounds like you or someone you know; we want to hear from you! All we ask is that you are committed to the project and are available to attend catch-up meetings during the year at the Seaton Delaval Arts Centre. Anyone intersected in helping should contact us at eiter editor@magazine.seatondelaval.org or call Stephen Stanners on 0789
269 6394.