Coming to Bradwell & Mersea Saturday 21st July Please come and support the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament (CND) Symbol Tour and BANNG (and you do not need to be a member of either group, just concerned!). This Tour is being organised by the anti-nuclear power, London-based group Kick Nuclear on behalf of CND. It will … [Continue Reading]
BANNG column for Regional Life, July, 2018 Varrie Blowers, Secretary of BANNG, reports on the June meeting of the Bradwell Local Communities Liaison Council (LCLC) A band of BANNG representatives, including myself, attended the June meeting of the LCLC at Mundon. The LCLC looks at what is happening at the Bradwell A site with regard … [Continue Reading]
Professor Andy Blowers, OBE, Chair of the Blackwater Against New Nuclear Group (BANNG), has been awarded the Alexander and Ilse Melamid Medal by the American Geographical Society. The medal was created to honour ‘those who examine the influence of humans on the natural world.’ It is awarded in recognition of ‘outstanding work on the dynamic relationship between … [Continue Reading]
BANNG despairs at the lack of mention of potentially serious problems at Bradwell B cheerleading event hosted by Maldon District Council.
The true scale and impact of a nuclear new build project such as that planned for Bradwell has been graphically demonstrated in recent film footage taken by a drone over-flying the Hinkley Point C development site in Somerset – see video above. The scale of the development and the devastation it necessitates – which at … [Continue Reading]
Please take a moment to read this letter from Varrie Blowers and use the provided template to guide your response: Dear all, After a long, quiet period, it is becoming clear that things are beginning to move with regard to the proposed Bradwell B nuclear power station. The first stage of the Generic Design Assessment … [Continue Reading]
Recently two events have moved the prospect of Bradwell B, a mega nuclear power station on the tip of the Dengie peninsula, a little closer. Or, could it be that as the project shifts from being an impossible fantasy to a dystopian nightmare it will disappear without much trace of its existence? But perhaps not … [Continue Reading]