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No more Fukushimas - HANA bike ride
11am cycle start from Lancaster Priory for Directions and Location Map see:
1pm gather at Heysham Nature Reserve Hut and Car Park.
Map at bottom of this web page (http://heyshamobservatory.blogspot.com/)
Anti-nuclear bike ride and picnic at Heysham Nuclear power station
Heysham is one of the eight proposed sites for nuclear new build to go ahead, in addition to the 4 reactors already in operation. On Sat 10th March 2012, to mark the anniversary of the Fukushima nuclear disaster, we will gather at the so called nature reserve outside Heysham power station for an anti-nuclear picnic.
Join us for cakes, conversation, workshops explaining how nuclear reactors work and the risks they pose, what really happened at Fukushima, and what's planned in Britain. For those who want there'll also be a walk around the perimeter.
Bring cakes, thermos flasks, banners, picnic blankets, musical instruments. The picnic will be on a lawn in the nature reserve right next to the power station, with a good view of the place.
Family bike ride, meet at The Priory 11am. Heysham is easy to get to by bus,but those of you who fancy it, join us for a bike ride from Lancaster via Morecambe. We'll be leaving Lancaster at 11am. It's about 7 miles each way, by cycle path off road, and we'll be cycle at a leisurely pace.
If you'd like any more information or would like to offer help either on the day or before please get in touch:
Event Date and Time:
Sat, 10/03/2012 - 11:00am - 5:00pm