Our first meeting of the year will be on Wednesday 7th January in Hoylake.
If you care about the effects of Fracking then please support us at this event in Liverpool on Wednesday 17th September, 4-6pm at Liverpool Town Hall, Dale Street, L2 3SW.
There will be a peaceful demonstration along with the presentation of a petition to Liverpool City Council. Please bring along banners and placards.
Fracking licences have been issued for the production of shale gas in Ellesmere Port.
To raise awareness of the issues this might cause for residents the campaign group Frack Off are coming to do a series of talks in the area.
If you would like to come along to one of the events the details are on the poster below, please share this information with other people in your area.
On Monday 14th July we held a demonstration outside of Wallasey Town Hall during the Wirral Borough Council meeting. Residents showed up from across the Wirral to support the campaign for frack free future.
A petition of 1,417 local resident signatures was presented to the council asking for a motion to stop all forms of Unconventional Gas Extraction in the area. At the meeting the notice of motion was referred to the Council’s scrutiny committee.
The event managed to attract some media attention, with reporters from the Liverpool Echo, The Wirral Globe and BBC North West all there to find out about our cause.
Here are links to the media coverage of the event:
- BBC North West broadcast an item about the event on BBC1 Breakfast on 15th July
- Anti-Fracking Groups to Stage Protest Against Controversial Methods Being Used in the Wirral – Wirral Globe on 14th July
On Monday 14th July, at 6pm, the councillors of Wirral Borough Council are having a meeting where there is a motion on the agenda to address the use of fracking, UCG and CBM in the area.
Please come along and help us show that the public feel strongly about this.
The address is: Wallasey Town Hall, Brighton Street, Wallasey, CH44 8ED and we are meeting at 5.30pm.
On Saturday April 19th a number of Merseyside bands got together to help raise awareness of Fracking to our region.
The gig was organised by Wirral band The Sundowners with Zutons guitarist Paul Molloy. It featured sets from the Viper Kings with guests Dave McCabe (Zutons) and James Skelly (Coral), Ian Skelly and the Serpent Power, We Are Catchers, Sundowners (acoustic) Edgar Summertyme and Marvin Powell.
Read about it in the Liverpool Echo