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We are the residents and business people of the West Cambridge villages that nestle on the banks of the River Great Ouse. It is an area of wonderful peace and tranquillity. Village events like the Hemingford Abbots Flower Festival and the Hemingfords’ Regatta on the river have attracted tens of thousands of visitors over the years providing valuable additional funds for local good causes.
All that is now is being put at risk by the stated plans of Mick George Limited who have reiterated their intention in their May 2019 submission to Cambridge County Council consultation on the new Waste And Minerals Plan. Their plan – to build Cambridgeshire’s largest Waste Handling facility, on the local golf course.
The following two videos show concrete processing and wood chipping and both of these processes will be part of the services on site.
Both cause considerable noise and dust pollution.
These images tell their own story. Just picture these scenes on the doorstep of the beautiful Hemingfords and Godmanchester.
Support our campaign to defend our rural communities and ensure waste is processed in appropriate and already identified locations.
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