Is this goodbye to Suffolk's nature coast?

Tuesday 3 March, The Cut Arts Centre, Halesworth IP19 8BY, 7.30pm.

Bar open 6.30pm.  Entry by donation.

CRAIG BENNETT, our CEO, is coming to Suffolk!  He will debate these questions with ADAM ROWLANDS, RSPB Suffolk Area Manager. 


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 will explain 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 will be showing our video, made last summer: 'Sizewell's Threatened Wildlife'.  Then we will decide together what actions to take to push this campaign forward and stop this monstrous development.

Due to coronavirus, we're having to cancel face-to-face meetings until further notice.  We're keeping in touch by email, so feel free to contact us this way - or send a message from 'Contact us'.  Stay well!

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