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Feargal Sharkey
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Paul Jennings 19h
And while we are at it why not deal with the big issue, stop water companies discharging sewage into our rivers, stream and seas. Where is the plan for that?
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Feargal Sharkey 4h
You should go and meet the Crusader at St Michan's Church. I gather the crypt is open again to the public. :)
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Feargal Sharkey 5h
It’s certainly part of the problem.
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Feargal Sharkey 5h
Not sure, unless you’re on a meter, that it effects water company profits but is it a good thing to do? Absolutely.
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Tom Holland 18h
Shameful & sad
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Feargal Sharkey Oct 18
Replying to @NigelPa26038954
Why thank you. Hugely appreciated.
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keith reynolds Oct 17
All under the full glare of the water industry, who recklessly continue to suck the aquifer dry, in pursuit of profits with total disregard for sustainability and the consequential environmental destruction. What a mess. And the does what exactly?
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keith reynolds Oct 17
Jeesh! Is it not understood how crass the banner actually is? Over the last 30 years i’ve seen our suffer a slow strangulation, watched its slow demise, observed the wildlife, like the river, simply disappear....
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Ecofact Oct 17
We pump too much water out of the ground—and that’s killing our rivers via
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IlkleyCleanRiver Oct 17
Replying to @sascampaigns @WEN_UK
When you have sewage treatment works all across the country discharging this into our rivers when it rains you have a big problem.
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Colne Valley Park Oct 17
was taken round this hugely threatened part of the Colne Valley Regional Park by Groundwork rivers Projects Officer Tom White, director and who explained why must not go ahead.
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Feargal Sharkey Oct 17
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Feargal Sharkey Oct 17
And there was I thinking that 100% of rivers were supposed to reach 'Good' ecological status by 2015. 4 years later and waiting. Ho hum.
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Feargal Sharkey Oct 17
More Newspeak from the Ministry of truth. First comes the theory then comes reality.
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Feargal Sharkey Oct 17
And very well deserved too. :) 👏👏👏👏👏👏
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Feargal Sharkey Oct 17
That's wouldn't be the same Ashwell Springs that has to have water pumped into it just to make it look like everything is OK would it? Commonly referred to as robbing Peter.......... Classic fudge. Let's not deal with the underlying issue, over abstraction. Farce!
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Feargal Sharkey Oct 17
Replying to @charliewhelan @pegdeg
You mean they haven't started blaming climate change and 3 years of drought yet? Don't worry, give it a couple of hours. :)
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Paul Jennings Oct 16
Lets us hope this is an inspiration to other councils. Come on this could be a lasting legacy.
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Peter Gedge Oct 16
One for BBC News - Cairngorms loch dropped to lowest level in '750 years'
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Cllr Chris Davies🔶🇪🇺🇬🇧🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿 Oct 16
making a huge effort to save the River Ver- the fight has only begun but we won’t stop until we ensure the river’s future is secure.
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