V V A S P Organises Drop In Information Sessions

By stoplenchwickwindfarm | November 19, 2008

V V A S P the pro-renewable energy group has organised three drop in information sessions so that Vale residents can get additional information about the proposed windfarm.

With ScottishPower Renewables reported in the Evesham Observer this week that they expect to be submitting a planning application early next year, this is an opportunity not to be missed.

By attending the drop in sessions you will be able to get more information about the plans, and information about how the proposed windfarm will affect you.

The drop in sessions are:

Church Lench Village Hall Tuesday 2nd December 2008 7.30 – 9.30pm
Harvington Village Hall Tuesday 9th December 2008 7.30 – 9.30pm
Bishampton Village Hall Wednesday 10th December 2008 7.30 – 9.30pm

 

p.s. rumours abound that mulled wine and mince pies will be on offer.

The debate is already heating up – Vale residents are speaking out and letting others now their views – check out the In The News link for coverage in the local and national press

http://www.stoplenchwickwindfarm.org.uk/in-the-news/

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5 Responses to “V V A S P Organises Drop In Information Sessions”

  1. David Says:
    November 21st, 2008 at 7:19 am

    Good luck with your campaign. We are facing off Scot Power as well & I’ve added your site to our action group links directory here – http://www.chilla-against-turbines.co.uk/index.php/Action-Groups/Stop-Lenchwick-WindFarm.html

  2. Vicki Patrick Says:
    December 2nd, 2008 at 9:41 pm

    Having been completely unaware of the turbines planned for the area until I chanced to hear about your drop in session tonight, I was totally astounded at the scale of the proposed turbines and their proximity to houses.

    The visual and audio impact would be immense not to mention the risk to householders in the immediate neighbourhood.

    They must be stopped building on this site.

  3. C.I.Upright Says:
    December 10th, 2008 at 12:57 pm

    After attending the drop in session at Church Lench Village Hall, I must say that I found the Parish Councils response to the overwhelming vote against the proposed wind farm as weak. The overall impression they gave me was that it was a Done Deal, “Please don’t blame us we are powerless.”
    Do they know something we don’t!

  4. Mike C Says:
    January 28th, 2009 at 8:50 pm

    Great website
    Slight moan – it appears to report what has happened rather than what is going to happen. I have just heard about the protest at Pershore College(Thurs 29 Jan) from a business contact who also lives in the village. I have looked at the website on a regular basis but no mention of it has been given. I am not on your email list but this does not mean a lack of interest. I will make every effort to attend the protest. My support. gratitude and best wishes go to everyone who does take part.
    Is it time for a higher profile – eg, simple NO posters on lamposts, etc?

  5. stoplenchwickwindfarm Says:
    January 30th, 2009 at 1:59 am

    Mike C,

    Thanks for your moan! We do need feedback so that we can make sure that you are getting the information that you need.

    We seriously considered putting a post on the website about the protest, however after consultation with the police and Pershore College, who were very accommodating indeed (it is private land) we wanted to be absolutely certain that there would be no problems, so had to restrict the numbers to only 100!. In fact it leaked out on BBC Midlands Today in the morning!.

    Mike, please register your support on the website – go to the post about the anemometers ( http://www.stoplenchwickwindfarm.org.uk/main-content/scottishpower-renewables-submits-planning-applications/ ) and we’ll make sure that you’re kept up to date.

    The campaign is being very carefully run and timed. Watch this space – the new ‘NO’ poster will be available for download very shortly.!

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