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No To Purple Haze

 

What you can do now?

 

Purple Haze (North) has been allocated by Hampshire for soft sand extraction and then as a reserve non-hazardous landfill prior to restoration. Although the Campaign Team is maintaining a watching brief and continues to lobby when opportunities arise, public campaigning is unlikely to ramp up again until the planning application process gets underway. (Position in December 2013)

 

Purple Haze (South) has been offered to Dorset for minerals extraction & restoration. The public campaign will be shaped in response to the planning timetable and also Dorset's approach when considering the site for inclusion in their Minerals Plan. (Position in December 2013)

 

In the meantime, you could -

  • join the Campaign Interest Group and receive updates about our plans & progress - email "JOIN" to info@forf.org.uk, giving your first/last name and a postal address.
    Please note: We do not share our mailing list with other organisations and we use postal addresses solely to track the campaign's geographic spread. Email + Facebook postings are our primary public news channels and we use our private Interest Group Forum for detailed tactical planning.
  • help the campaign by volunteering directly to join the FoRF Committee. We advertise current vacancies and would be happy to help with any enquiries - please email us at info@forf.org.uk.
  • donate to the campaign's fighting fund as we depend on supporters' contributions to meet our day to day running costs such as producing campaign materials, 3rd party insurance, printing, room hire, etc. If you can help in this way, and regardless of the size of donation you can afford, please click here.

Thank you - your support is very much appreciated.




 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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