SUPPORT THE CHILDREN OF OUR SCHOOL
as they protest against the Quarry that threatens our clean air on
Join them on King George’s Field on THURSDAY 20th June at 3.30 pm
Follow up and support our campaign to
STOP THE QUARRY
by Showing YOU Care.
We need you to confirm attendance.
Or Text / Phone 07957 277750
With a bit of Luck and your support we will make the Headlines Again!!!
Sand and Gravel Protest at St John’s College – Tuesday 28th May
A very successful protest was quietly held outside the doors of St John’s College attended by 65 villagers.
School children from St Peter’s Primary School wore air pollution masks and handed out leaflets to passing students explaining why we were there.
We received good responses from the students who up until yesterday were unaware of the situation.
The Students Union are now raising the matter at their next meeting.
The Daily Mail visited Barford last week and ran the story on Saturday 1st June
Villagers take their fight to the Dreaming Spires of Oxford
ST. JOHN’S COLLEGE OXFORD, WORTH £600MILLION,
ARE GOING TO PLAY RUSSIAN ROULETTE WITH CHILDREN’S LIVES
DEVASTATE THE ENGLISH COUNTRYSIDE,
ALL FOR £2MILLION
PLEASE HELP US STOP THEM TURNING THIS
♦ The quarry will produce deadly silica dust that can cause lung cancer,
asthma, heart disease and COPD. The prevailing winds will carry this
dust directly towards a primary school risking 1000’s of children’s
♦ The quarry will destroy 220 acres of prime farmland which is
desperately needed in these uncertain times.
♦ The quarry will devastate wildlife, ancient hedgerows and heritage
♦ This is AGAINST St John’s college own environmental policies.
HOW CAN YOU HELP STOP THIS?
♦ Supporting us on twitter #LandNotSand
♦ Email Professor Snowling (St John’s College President)
to SAY NO TO THE QUARRY: email@example.com
Quarry Update – Our Fight is not over!!
Now is the time to persuade St John’s College to Remove Site 4, Wasperton Farm
from the Warwickshire Local Minerals Plan (Land Allocation)
WE NEED YOU TO….
Write to:The President of St John’s College, Professor Maggie Snowling
St Giles’, Oxford OX1 3JP or email:- firstname.lastname@example.org
Courtesy Copy or post to: Members of the Governing Body at the same address or email addresses available here