Ellesmere Port update…

Wirral Against Fracking

Yesterday saw a fantastic response to our plea for solidarity, both from the community in Ellesmere Port and beyond.

Peaceful protests were held outside the site from 10am onwards, and a separate group of activists ventured into the town centre for an awareness raising rally in the middle of the afternoon.

After dark, there was a shift change. Protesters walked slowly in front of a van exiting the site to show their opposition and resistance to the fracking industry.

Frack Free Ellesmere Port would like to say a big thank you to everyone who came along, including the Anti-fracking Nanas, and protesters from the Wirral and Liverpool. We’ll be holding a similar event next Saturday (22nd November) so please come along and show your support! Together we stand united.

Click the links below to see a news report about the protest, some pictures of the day and some info on our upcoming…

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iGas shares through the floor :D

Good work in the last three months for iGas 😀 https://www.google.co.uk/search?q=iGas+&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8&aq=t&rls=org.mozilla:en-US:official&client=firefox-a&channel=sb&gfe_rd=cr&ei=f_srVIGWGMTAcN2PgbgF#rls=org.mozilla:en-US:official&channel=sb&q=LON:IGAS

Fracking Literally Makes People Sick, New Study Finds

Depopulation agenda right in front of your face!

, Ecowatch | new study provided more ammunition for what public health experts and environmental activists have been saying since fracking became widespread in the last half decade: chemicals used in the natural gas drilling process can be hazardous to health.

The study “Proximity to Natural Gas Wells and Reported  Health Status: Results of a Household Survey in Washington County, Pennsylvania,” published yesterday in Environmental Health Perspectives,found that people who live near fracking sites have more health problems than those who don’t.

The Yale-based research team that produced the study looked at families in southwestern Pennsylvania’s Marcellus shale region who use ground-fed water wells. Surveying 492 individuals in 180 households, researchers found a significantly greater number of skin and respiratory problems among those who lived within one kilometer of a natural gas well than those who lived two kilometers away.