Went for a walk with Tim around the fields, so he could show me, on the ground, what area the development will affect.
Lighting was a bit average in the afternoon, with grey skys on the verge of raining. Hope to go back on a blue sky & sunny evening, and try and do a better job.
Still think these pictures give an idea of what will be lost, if this development goes ahead.
Greenbelt is worthy of protection. We hope you agree.
Tash other posts:
Sharphill Woods 'Eco-Protest' :: BBC Politics Show Visits
Sharphill Woods 'Eco-Protest' :: Some Piccys
Sharp Hill Wood musical protest, Market Sq :: The pictures
Feature 'Action stepped up at Sharp Hill' http://indymedia.org.uk/en/regions/nottinghamshire/2006/05/340372.html
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