Here are details of our next public meeting. The wildlife which relies on the Severn Estuary makes it a very special place. Slimbridge is part of it. Before we see it seriously damaged we should take the time and trouble to find out what is being proposed.
Thur, Feb, 11th, 2010 Time 7.30 pm till approx 9.30 pm
Title of Talk : Major Energy Projects and Somerset Wildlife
Description of talk: Severn Tidal Power is just one of several major energy projects proposed for Somerset all of which will affect wildlife.
Lisa Schneidau, SWT’s Director of Conservation, will give a presentation concentrating on the potential for energy recovery from the Severn estuary. Lisa will review the current situation regarding the effect on wildlife, the Trusts response and future plans. The proposed new power station at Hinkley Point will also be covered. There will be a Q and A session after the interval. Your comments and questions are welcome.
Meeting Place: Somerton United Reform Church Hall, West Street, Somerton
Where to Park: Free car park close by.
Is Venue Suitable for Wheelchair-User/Limited Mobility: Yes but not easy.
Admission fee: £2.50