Sizewell March 
15th May 2022 
11.15 - 12 noon

Join us in 15th May 2022 for a 2-mile protest march Leiston to Sizewell beach organised by @stopsizewellc and @TogetherAgainstSizewellC  

We are meeting at 9.30am Victory Rd recreation ground in Leiston.   Move off 10am from Leiston

The Rally will take at Sizewell beach between 11.15 and noon.  

A coach will return people to Leiston.  

Parking for the bus: field at top of Church Road IP16 4HL Please be there before 9.30am.

Marchers should gather at 9.30am in Victory Road Recreation Ground, at the north-eastern end near the footbridge over Park Hill. We will move off by 10am.


The march will process along Main Street, past the Library, and the High Street, turning left along Sizewell Road/St George’s Avenue to Lover’s Lane and Sizewell Gap. The distance is a little over 2 miles which is expected to take just over an hour.

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Woodbridge Climage Action

Woodbridge Climate Action Weekend:


Saturday 2nd & Sunday 3rd April


The Community Hall (near the railway station). 


If you would like a list of speakers please get in touch. 


This should be a fascinating day and is Free to attend.

To find out more click here.


Thank you 

Thank you to everyone who attended our beach event on Sunday - over 600 people joined together to make our human wall at Sizewell and we made the local news.

It was an amazing sight to see and shows that it doesn't matter where you live or what you do - together we can try to make a difference and stand up to this unthinkable development. 


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Photo: Ian Cook
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Photo: Simon Pugh
Among the many significant impacts of Sizewell C, few people know that EDF’s rock armour sea defences – the “wall” – would bury a huge part of the much-loved Sizewell beach along with its rare plants and insects.

To save Sizewell beach we need to stop Sizewell C; and key to this is raising awareness of what would be lost.

This event was co-organised by Stop Sizewell C, Together Against Sizewell C and Suffolk Coastal Friends of the Earth - and was a huge success!

CRAIG BENNETT, our former CEO and now Chief of the Wildlife Trust, came to Suffolk just before lockdown. He debated 'Why Sizewell C?' with ADAM ROWLANDS, RSPB Suffolk Area Manager and BEN McFARLAND, Conservation Manager of Suffolk Wildlife Trust. 

Craig fell in love with our beautiful coastline, in particular Minsmere bird reserve, after staying in a friend's cottage in Dunwich.  He is appalled by the catastrophic impact on our wildlife reserves if Sizewell C new nuclear power station were to be built.

    Adam explained why water levels are so crucial for the successful breeding of Minsmere's rare birds.  He is deeply concerned that the proposed construction works, directly adjacent to Minsmere, will affect those levels.

    We showed our video: 'Sizewell's Threatened Wildlife'.  The event was a good success with a full house at Halesworth's The Cut.