• Before and let's stop the after the Kirdford and Wisborough Green proposed drill site.

  • Boxal Bridge an important part of Kirdford's heritage.

  • Narrow bridge leading to drill site.

  • A Badger from the local clan that live just metres from the proposed fracking site.

Against Industrialising the Countryside

The residents of Kirdford and Wisborough Green are concerned that this idyllic location will be spoilt by a dirty industry which risks polluting our peace, our land, our water, our light and our air.

We seek to protect the interests of the community who rely on the many rural activities in the immediate vicinity of the proposed site and the diverse wildlife we are fortunate enough to enjoy. Local businesses under threat include the rearing of dairy cattle and top class thoroughbred bloodstock. Other activities under threat include honey production, equestrian training, pubs and restaurants. - read more

Celtique's proposal, if successful will not result in a benign nodding donkey tucked away in the corner - read more

Celtique have decided that all of their operational traffic will exit the A272 at Wisborough Green, turn left - read more

"Unconventional drilling" requires unbelievable amounts of water. In Blackpool, some 8.4 million litres of - read more

There are growing reports about house prices dropping in areas threatened with fracking. "A Balcombe resident - read more

There are very few natural habitats left that have no artificial illumination at night. The fact that the Kirdford - read more

The most attractive quality of the area is its peace, quiet and tranquillity. The drilling will be a 24 hour a - read more

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