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We STILL say "NO"

...NO QUARRY

Below is our latest leaflet...
 
Please click on the images to download / email / print the two (PDF) pages...but most importantly pass them on to your family, friends, neighbours, work colleagues etc, so they too can support the campaign in whatever way possible ...OBJECT ...donate ...its up to you...
 
we still say no>>>no quarry leaflet outer
 
we still say no...no quarry leaflet inner
 
...don't wait...ACT NOW
 

An emphatic 'NO' vote at todays (16/3/11) pre application event in Symington Hall...
...by all attendees...
still saying no, vote at overburns quarry pre application event, symington 16/3/11
except one solitary yes vote....
solitary yes vote, kemp lindsey of patersons quarries, pre application event symington 16/3/11
...Kemp Lindsey, a director of Patersons Quarries.
 
'Patersons, sit up and listen...SLC said NO in July 2010, CRAG say NO QUARRY 100 times in March 2011'
 
Click HERE for more
 

  Let us all say 'NO' together... 

CRAG would ask all our supporters and all those would are concerned about the future of our environment to attend the SLR Consulting pre-planning application event on 16th March in Symington at 7pm

Click HERE for details

 'THE FIGHT IS BACK ON' 

Patersons present application notice to South Lanarkshire Council

After being soundly defeated last year, it was with utter dismay that CRAG learned that Patersons of Greenoakhill had presented a notice for a new application for Overburns Farm with the planners at South Lanarkshire Council on Friday 21st January 2011.

Click HERE for the details as they are at present

 
"It is inconceivable that Patersons should be allowed to extract sand and gravel on a flood plain. The only people that will gain from this are Patersons and the landowner to the detriment of the local community and in particular the beautiful River Clyde."
C Parker
CRAG Chairwoman

"This company wants to rape some of South Lanarkshire's loveliest countryside. Dust and noise, fumes and death of wildlife, a hole bigger than Biggar, road safety and pollution - these were amongst the reasons for the democratic defeat by councillors who listened."
A Bell
Chairman of Biggar and District Civic Society
 
Let us know how you feel and your reactions to the news by clicking HERE



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