But it's not there!
How about now?
SO, they're really not keen on the guided bird walks then?
Yes- its the last thing they want, the more publicity the site and the issues get the less chance they have of continuing to destroy the area, default on their legal commitments and extend waste management facilities. A very nasty bunch- to be fair the local company reps are fairly nice guys- just following orders- that old one.
Bloody hell what absolute ******s!I wish I was alive when Beddington was free of them and there were still good opportunities.Still any hope?
The only hope is enough pressure from various angles- conservation organisations, the council, lawyers, activist groups and the public to encourage Viridor to stop destroying the site and to help them to start creating something amazing- like the plan and vision that has been set.
I hope the 'meeting' goes well. On Friday I got home and my sister told me at around 9pm she had seen a Hawk moth flying around the garden. She said there it was very big, almost the size of a Wren and had pinkish markings. What type could it have been?
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