On the road to Druridge is a plaque commemorating a victory won over 20 years ago. People battled against plans to build a nuclear power station in the middle of the Bay. They won but now Druridge Bay is the site of another battle. The same arguments for and against the nuclear power station are being used in the fight over a proposed opencast coal mine. Just as the Brexit debate has split our country down the middle, the proposed Highthorn mine has torn a rift in our community with passionate voices speaking on both sides.
The Ambler 12th Dec 2016 read more »