Good weather and a strong turnout for an event that has both local and citywide appeal.
Numbers were boosted by rolling adverts on the city’s bus shelters info displays.
Companies like these that installed the solar panels on the house I live in are facing massive reductions in financial support for new installations.
The cuts in financial support for green initiatives follow the Conservative government’s switch to support for fracking.
All kinds of interesting points made by anti-fracking campaigners, like –
– frackers not making much profit yet;
– more than 50% of the chemically added water pumped in the ground to force out oil & gas is not recovered;
– the water recovered from the trial installation in Lancashire turned out to be highly polluted;
– that there are many pads to an installation; the proposed field in the north of Notts is likely to feature 900 installations; (nine hundred); the fields don’t look great – yet others have protested against wind turbines and even solar farms; and they need tracks to support each pad.
That fracking ain’t cheap and it ain’t pretty.
Exlibris take books and sell them second hand to raise money for the refugee forum and the Nottingham Hospitals charity.
Strumming “Paranoid” without a stage.