A squatted field centre has been opened on the lakeside to stop this envieonmental disaster, and they go to court on Wednesday 10th January to fight their eviction. Show your support!
am Wednesday 10th January for eviction hearing bought by RWE npower. The
field centre was set up to study biodiversity of the lakes and prevent the
dumping of toxic fly ash from Didcot Power Station by RWE npower. Matt Morton,
Oxford Green Party member and environmental activist commented after
visiting Radley Lakes activist camp:
'This weekend I went to visit the Radley Lakes, which has just welcomed
a small dedicated group of activists in a last ditch attempt to stop
N-powers’ atmospheric- polluting-inefficient power-station in Didcot
from pumping fly ash into the last of its ecologically rich water bodies.
This has reminded me of how interconnected everything is: that the agents of
Climate Change are also the same agents of habitat and species loss.
That by working to limit climate change we will necessarily assist in the
preservation of our planets biodiversity.'
They will welcome support to maintain the field centre and stop the
destruction of the lakes.
Contact Oxford Action Resource Centre on 01865 243121
or visit Save Radley Lakes at