Hull and East Yorkshire Frack Off have organised some more Fracking Information Evenings:
- Ottringham Village Hall – Mon 9th June 2014, 7.30 pm
- Beverley Toll Gavel Church – Tues 10th June 2014, 7.30 pm
- Skirlaugh, Gardeners Country Inn – Wed 11th June 2014, 7.30 pm
- Hull, Boom Bar, Prospect Street – Thurs 12th June 2014, 7.30 pm
The events will present evidence of the impacts of extreme fossil fuel extraction in other countries. They will deal with our regional water system and a bit of chemistry, and why, if Rathlin say they aren’t fracking, we should be concerned right now.
Donations: If you wish to support the local anti-fracking campaign with a donation, it is now possible to donate money via a the HEYFO website http://notofracking.blogspot.
You can object to the proposal in the Queen’s speech which seeks to alter the law so that fracking can take place below your property without your consent. There are THREE petitions, all worth signing.
38 Degrees petition https://secure.38degrees.org.
Greenpeace petition https://secure.greenpeace.
Friends of the Earth petition Sign our petition asking MPs to oppose this underhand attempt to allow fracking under our homes
For further detailed information about all aspects of the Fracking debate, the following websites are recommended:
Frack Off (National Extreme Energy Action Network – lots of information and resources) http://frack-off.org.uk/
HEY Frack Off (Local Hull and East Yorkshire campaign – information on the local situation) http://notofracking.blogspot.
East Yorkshire Protectors (site for the camps set up at Crawberry Hill and West Newton) http://
Frack-free East Yorkshire (coalition of local groups – site under construction) http://frackfreeeastyorkshire.