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Act now to stop Wisbech incinerator call from neighbouring campaign group




Four men who spearheaded the successful campaign to prevent a waste incinerator being built in King's Lynn are offering their expertise to help Wisbech campaigners in their fight to stop plans for a £300m plant in the town.

It is nearly five years since KLWin successfully fought off plans by Norfolk County Council and its development partner Cory Wheelabrator to build a £500 million plant at Saddlebow.

Now Michael de Whalley and his band of brothers in arms: Mike Knight, Martin Little, and Adrian Branwell, are set to have a meeting within the next fortnight to decide what action to take over plans by MVV Environment Ltd for a new energy facility off Algores Way, Wisbech.


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