Green Party’s Natalie Bennett to discuss effects of Sizewell C on Woodbridge at free event
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Former Green Party leader Natalie Bennett will give a speech in Suffolk next month on the new nuclear power station proposed for the county.
Ms Bennett will address the likely effects of Sizewell C on Woodbridge and the surrounding villages at a free event in the town’s community hall.
The event, organised by the Suffolk Coastal Green Party, Suffolk Alternative Green Environment and Together Against Sizewell C, will feature discussions on topics related to EDF, the company behind Sizewell, the effect of a possible workers’ accommodation campus and park and ride facilities, as well as traffic and financial issues.
A Green Party spokesman urged people to learn more about the effects of Sizewell C.
“We believe a lot of people are unaware of the potential consequences and effects this will have on our lives,” the spokesman added.
“We strongly believe that Sizewell C is the wrong plan at the wrong time – not suitable, not responsible, not necessary and not sustainable.”
EDF has previously highlighted the importance of Sizewell C in supply the country’s energy needs.
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The meeting takes place from 7.30pm on Wednesday, May 24 with no booking necessary.