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Comments on Anaerobic Digestion Plant approval.

23 January, 2012
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On Tuesday 17th January, the Hertfordshire County Development Control Committee approved the application for the construction of an Anaerobic Digestion Plant using food waste as feedstock, at Cattlegate Farm, Northaw & Cuffley.   Comments from the Chairman of Northaw & Cuffley Parish Council, Adrian Prest,  following the approval:  We were disgusted to witness, once...

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Digestion plant is given the go ahead

20 January, 2012
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Digestion plant is given the go ahead

Residents’ petition fails to sway councillors’ vote. Councillors have voted unanimously for an anaerobic digestion plant in Cuffley — going against hundreds of objecting residents. Permission for the site, which will handle food waste, was granted at a meeting of Herts County Council’s development control committee on Tuesday. Although the development had objections from...

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County Council committee meeting about Anaerobic Digestion site in Cuffley

18 January, 2012
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County Council committee meeting about Anaerobic Digestion site in Cuffley

A waste plant will be built on the outskirts of Cuffley, after county councillors declared the site to be the best they will ever see, writes Kelly-Ann Kiernan. The controversial plans for an anaerobic digestion site at land near Cattlegate Farm in Cuffley, were fought by neighbours and villagers. The plant would reduce 25,000...

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Plans for Cuffley anaerobic digestion plant approved

17 January, 2012
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Councillors have unanimously voted in favour of an anaerobic digestion plant in Cuffley despite hundreds of objections. Plans for the development at Cattlegate Farm, Cattlegate Road were heard by Hertfordshire County Council’s development control committee this morning (Tuesday January 17) at County Hall. All 14 members of the committee voted in favour of the scheme...

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Protestors Say “No” To Circus Animals this weekend

7 October, 2011
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Demo’s are set to take place in Cuffley this weekend, over the use of animals in circuses… The Great British Circus has set up it’s bigtop on Northaw Road. But, campaigners say making any animal to perform for human entertainment is “unethical and cannot be justified.” Campaigns Officer for the “Captive Animals Protection Society,”...

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Circus Protest in Cuffley

30 September, 2011
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The Captive Animals’ Protection Society held a demonstration at the opening night of the The Great British Circus in Cuffley, against the circuses use of animals in their show. Protesters at the demo were there for two hours distributing leaflets and speaking to members of the public. They are planning to demo again on Saturday (4pm...

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Demo at Great British Circus opening night in Cuffley – Tuesday 27th Sept

26 September, 2011
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Demo at Great British Circus opening night in Cuffley – Tuesday 27th Sept

The Captive Animals’ Protection Society are holding a demo at Great British Circus opening night in Cuffley, tomorrow evening, Tuesday 27th September, from 5.30pm to 7pm. Location – Northaw Road B156, Cuffley, Herts,  EN6 4QZ The Great British Circus is the only circus remaining in the UK which still has big cats, their travelling cruelty...

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Cheshunt Urgent Care Centre Protest

25 May, 2011
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The protest march against the closure of the urgent care centre in Cheshunt went ahead last Saturday, with almost a 1,000 people taking part, joined by local councillors and Broxbourne MP Charles Walker. The centre along with the one in Hertford are scheduled to be closed by NHS Hertfordshire, meaning that now minor medical...

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Protest march against Cheshunt Urgent Care Centre closure

20 May, 2011
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Protest march against Cheshunt Urgent Care Centre closure

One of the subjects that Charles Walker spoke about passionately last evening at the Residents Association AGM, was the proposed closing of Cheshunt’s Urgent Care Centre (UCC). The service has proved to be a great success, so much so that the council is considering closing it, which Mr Walker believes would be a great...

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