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Residents band together to fight Chieveley incinerator

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A working party has been formed by residents to battle plans for an incinerator in Chieveley

RESIDENTS in Chieveley, Curridge and Hermitage have allied with the Curridge Residents Association (CRA) to fight off an attempt to build a large waste incinerator in Chieveley.

A working party has been formed to discuss concerns over the proposed plans by Grundon to build an energy from waste facility at Old Kiln Farm, near to Junction 13 of the M4.

Curridge resident Werner Sanderson was appointed chairman of the working party, and the chairman of the CRA, Cyril Wood, said Mr Sanderson's years in the waste management industry would help the group significantly.

Following an initial strategy meeting, the group will meet at the Curridge Women's Institute Hall on Wednesday, January 26, at 8pm.

The aim of the meeting is to give the wider public the opportunity to better understand the proposal and publicly raise their concerns.

Anyone interested is asked to attend.

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