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On 6 July 2016, Notts County Council invited councillors and anti fracking groups from across the county to an event at County Hall to listen to the regulators in the fracking industry, as an opportunity to find out information and ask questions. Frack Free Notts were present at this meeting[…]

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On 6 July 2016, Notts County Council invited councillors from across the county to an event at County Hall to listen to the regulators in the fracking industry, as an opportunity to find out information and ask questions. Frack Free Notts were present at this meeting and have listened carefully[…]

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There are two sites in Nottinghamshire that are at the front line of the fracking battle. Misson Springs Tinker Lane (Barnby Moor/Blyth) Misson Springs The shale gas exploratory drilling application (Application number ES/3379) was submitted in November 2015 with comments open until December 2015. Early in 2016, Nottinghamshire County Council[…]

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FRACK FREE NOTTS BENEFIT GIG Saturday 5th March 2016 Sumac Centre, 45 Gladstone St, Nottingham, NG7 6HX With Headliner – CHRIS BOWSHER (Ranting down babylon using the spoken word as Ammunition) With support from- GRANARCHIST (The Anarchist granny fighting back with words of wisdom) + ALTA PUEBLO (Chilled & upbeat songs[…]

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Residents came from all over Nottinghamshire on Saturday afternoon of a weekend usually reserved for loved ones and flowers. Fracking and the larger industrial-size concerns of gasfield production was the meaning for this gathering, organised by Frack Free Nottinghamshire. From Broxtowe to Bingham, Clifton to Misson, people had come together[…]

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IGas have submitted a planning application to install monitoring boreholes at Misson Springs in Bassetlaw. The reason for this is because the Infrastructure Act passed requires companies to carry out 12 months of monitoring before fracking can begin. Read more about the application and how you can object on our[…]

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Paul Mobbs: Beyond Fracking – Tuesday 16 June, 7pm, Nottingham Friends Meeting House Few people are more knowledgeable about the environmental, economic, social and health impacts of unconventional fossil fuel extraction than Paul Mobbs. A range of Paul’s recent articles can be found here http://www.theecologist.org/search.php?q=mobbs&offset=0&submit=Go In this event Paul asks and[…]

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