Why is a local newspaper running a survey on fracking and making so much without providing any concrete facts as to why we might be affected any more than anyone else. Yes we should be concerned but hang on a minute there appears to be no evidence that bores are going to be sunk in our area, in fact we just fall in the area of shale (lower bowland shale field )it is more likely one would think that bores will be located where oil and coal are already being extracted
Let’s have some facts and see what it may means to us, why this false sense that we are going to have fracking taking place tomorrow. It is just media hype and the survey is limited in its value due to the lack of information and numbers taking part.
Finally someone came and talked to us about fracking, sadly it was not represented by anyone from the industry. It still remained informative and gave an insight into an industry which could solve our energy problems but at what cost? A new networking group was formed so look out for that. What is noticeable is it is a devisive subject and the lack of a fair democratic right to say no will lead to plackard wiaving rather than a referendum of local people to resolve this question
Well it seems that you may be wrong about the hype. As Tenants of Haxey Parish Land, we have been informed that use of the land for seismic survey by Telsa is to be allowed as proposed for 2016 (delayed from Dec 2015).
The land is owned by the parish; is this how parishioners want it to be used? I don't think so. We all need to object as this is a FRACKING survey in our area in the near future which will have impact upon our environment and personal health and well being.