At a Rookery South Community Energy Initiative (RSCEI) presentation to Cranfield Parish Council Councillor Robert Morris, ward councillor for Cranfield and Marston Moretaine, urged residents to sign up to the scheme.
“I strongly recommend that people apply for the scheme
“Because every penny that comes from this means that it’s a penny less that Covanta will have in their pockets.
“You are, technically, giving them a bloody nose by taking the money.”Read More
Do you like singing for fun?
Following its post-Christmas break, the Sounds Familiar Community Choir will re-commence rehearsals on Tuesday, February 5th at 7.30p.m at Cranfield Baptist church.
The choir, which sings for fun and for charity, is looking out for new members, particularly of the male variety! No audition is needed. Being able to read music not essential either.
Either pop along and meet them on the 5th, or contact the musical director, Jean Lloyd, on 01234 751495 or 07793 074911.Read More
Covanta: Judicial Review will only delay and not stop the incinerator
Local campaigners are hoping that the Judicial Review (JR) into the Environment Agency’s decision to issue a permit for Covanta’s energy-from-waste plant at Stewartby will be the start of the end of the plant.
Bedfordshire Against Covanta Incinerator (BACI) went to the High Court in May and a judge found that the group “identified arguable grounds” to have their case heard.
The JR will only be looking into the issuing of the permit and not into the planning permission.
Covanta’s Head of UK & Europe, Tom Koltis, feels that October’s JR will not stop the Rookery South incinerator. In an interview with the Chronicle he said that to him the most the JR could do is delay the construction schedule.Read More
Stewartby Operatic Society present Gilbert and Sullivan’s comic operetta “Ruddigore”.
Ruddigore is a comic operetta tale of a witch’s curse coming between two people in love, a classic villain, a troupe of professional bridesmaids and a gallery of disgruntled ghosts.
It all ends happily and includes some delightful music. 20th to 24th November at Stewartby Village Hall.
Tickets £10 on Tuesday and £12 on other days. Tickets and more details from www.saods.org.uk.Read More
The Bedford & Milton Keynes Waterway Trust is calling for volunteers from Marston Vale to help to
deliver a waterway linking the Grand Union Canal in Milton Keynes to the Great Ouse in Bedford.
The volunteers would help to shape and promote the waterway.
But is the Trust worried that by taking money from controversial developments, such as the Covanta Energy Recovery Facility, that residents would oppose the waterway?Read More
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