Winfrith was the site of nine reactors including the experimental Dragon reactor and a large Steam Generating Heavy Water Reactor (SGHWR) feeding the National Grid from 1968 to 1990.

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Sizewell Nuclear Power Station

Sizewell is a nuclear power station in Suffolk, near Leiston. It is operated by British Energy, which is owned by EDF (80%) and Centrica (20%).

At present, there are two reactors at Sizewell.

Map Point: 

STOP MOORSIDE! Event in Kendal on 7th July


North Cumbria CND, Cumbria and Lancashire Area CND and
Radiation Free Lakeland are holding a series of events to protest against
the building of nuclear reactors in Cumbria.

The Kendal event will take place between 10.00.& 16.00 on July 7th,
at the Bird Cage, 3 Old Shambles Yard, Kendal, LA9 4EJ

There will be the opportunity to take action to Stop Moorside with
Art and direct action in the form of a Giant Postcard and a Boycott of
Toshiba products. Toshiba are the majority partner in the Moorside

Kick Nuclear Supports – *Stop Moorside* Demonstration

Kick Nuclear Supports – *Stop Moorside* Demonstration outside of Whitehaven Civic Hall on Saturday May 16th.

Kick Nuclear wish to express their support for Radiation Free Lakeland in their objections to plans for building a new nuclear power station at Moorside.

Statement to the Nuclear Energy in the UK conference - March 2015.

Kick Nuclear Statement to the Nuclear energy in the UK: priorities for new build, funding and developing the supply chain conference, which was held on tuesday 3rd March 2015 at the Royal Society.

'Nuclear Energy in the UK' conference, March 2015.

We are here today at your nuclear industry conference to again try to bring a little realism to your deliberations. Wind, wave and solar are cheaper, cleaner, lower carbon and therefore loved more by everyone outside the nuclear power industry, and we are here to urge you to stop flogging your nuke horse, because it is dead.



In July we held a co-ordinated leafletting session at some of the train stations through which trains carrying highly-reactive nuclear fuel rods from nuclear power stations (“nukiller trains”) go. This was moderately successful.

We are calling for a 2nd more extensive such action on September 27th. The aim is to leaflet people in the vicinity of the stations to inform them that such trains go through their local station and the dangers they represent.

An open letter to UNITE union staff.

An Open Letter To UNITE Union Staff.

As given out at the UNITE headqurters - Monday June 30th 2014

Unite Policy Conference, June 2014 -Enough of the Nuclear Dinosaur.

We are gathered here today outside the Unite headquarters in London in solidarity with our colleagues from Liverpool who are today outside your union, Unite's, 2014 Policy Conference, to call into question your policy on nuclear power and weapons.

News coverage and photos of London Fukushima protests

A hundred-strong march and rally in central London, a fifty-strong candlelit vigil opposite the Japanese embassy in Piccadilly and a packed public meeting in the House of Commons were staged this week by Japanese Against Nuclear UK, Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament and Kick Nuclear to mark the third anniversary of the 'triple disaster' in Japan and say "Remember Fukushima - No to Nuclear Power". Below are some links to press articles and photos of these events.


Detailed report(s) from Press Association (mirrored on many other news websites):

'Reclaiming the energy agenda' gathering in Bristol

Reclaiming the energy agenda:  Gathering to discuss how to up-the-ante

Event Date and Time: 
Sun, 26/01/2014 - 10:00am - 6:00pm