Monday, 28 June 2010

Part III of the Public Inquiry resumes ...

in Northmoor Village Hall at 10 am on Tuesday 29th June & is scheduled to run until Friday 2nd July.

Having listened to all the reasons why Hanson believes gravel extraction SHOULD take place at this very sensitive spot - the junction of the River Thames with the River Windrush - it is now the turn of OUTRAGE & their legal representative, Charles Hopkins, to tell the Inspector, Ken Smith, why local residents believe gravel extraction should NOT take place at Stonehenge Farm.

Come along and hear the arguments for & against. Julie Hankey, on behalf of OUTRAGE, Terry Kirkpatrick, on behalf of the residents of Moreton & Chris Wood of West Oxfordshire District Council will all have the opportunity to present & debate the issues at stake here, to be examined by Charles Hopkins and cross-examined by David Park, the barrister representing Hanson.

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