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.

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Chernobyl Vigil @ Sizewell

Evacuation Zones around SizewellThere will be a candle lit vigil outside the gates of the power plants from 8pm on the 26th until 8am on the 27th - please bring candles.
There will not be a full 'Sizewell Camp' this year but some people will be camping on the beach.
It will be self catering but some cooking facilities will be available as well as hot drinks (bring your own mug). There is also a cafe on the beach and takeaways available in nearby Leiston.

For further details contact:

Event Date and Time: 
Fri, 26/04/2013 - 8:00pm - Sun, 28/04/2013 - 9:00am

Letter about nuclear subsidies and Energy Bill

Delivered to Ed Davey, Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change; George Osborne, Chancellor of the Exchequer; Danny Alexander, Chief Secretary to the Treasury; David Cameron, Prime Minister; and Nick Clegg, Deputy Prime Minister:


Kick Nuclear

Nuclear power set to kill off renewable energy

The government's proposed Energy Bill is set to offer a blank cheque to the nuclear sector to build more power stations - a move which renewable energy firms fear will kill off future investment in green energy

Remembering Chernobyl – Giant Postcard to the Lake District National Park

Original report, plus pics:

Posted on April 25, 2012 by mariannewildart

Today in Kendal anti-nuclear groups, Cumbria and Lancashire area CND and Radiation Free Lakeland remembered the Chernobyl disaster.

People in Kendal were keen to sign a giant postcard to the Lake District National Park Authority who have given the thumbs up to a giant nuclear dump or two under Cumbria and in just one and half hours 90 people wrote to the National Park saying:

Sizewell Camp 2012

Skill Share, Networking and Protest
Power for the People - Not Profits for the Few

Sizewell Camp 2011 - 1Sizewell Camp 2011 - 1

Event Date and Time: 
Fri, 20/04/2012 - 6:00pm - Sun, 22/04/2012 - 8:00pm

New energy secretary’s appointment underlines unhealthy relationship between government and nuclear sector

Anti-nuclear campaigners have slammed the decision to appoint Ed Davey as the new Energy and Climate Change Secretary as further evidence of the unhealthily close relationship between the government and the nuclear energy sector.

Campaign group, Kick Nuclear, has learned that Davey’s brother, Henry, is a partner at Herbert Smith, a law firm that has a long-standing relationship with the nuclear giant EDF Energy. Herbert Smith’s website declares that it is, ‘proud to be at the vanguard of next generation nuclear in the UK’.