Sunday, 28 June 2020

More trouble at Farm

This is coming in fast now. We knew that problems would cluster considering that Viridor only have until the end of 2023 to catch up with a ten year delay on creating the reserve and in the last month alone we have been dealing with water level management problems, foxes raiding Lapwing and Little Ringed Plover nests, the official extinction of our Tree Sparrows, rogue developers exploiting lockdown and a sneaky bid by Viridor to alter the route of the public cycle paths and impair public access across the main site. Click on facebook post below or follow Beddington Farmlands on facebook for all the exciting adventures of how our local community are all pulling together to bring our Capitalist exploiters into the family and into the future. 

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