The Friends of Seething Wells website launch

The Friends of Seething Wells have produced a newsletter with an overview of the current status of the planning application v. the value of the site along with the group aspirations: see the new website www.friendsofseethingwells.org


A community-led vision for access, enjoyment, leisure and learning – now and for the future.
or join the Facebook page www.facebook.com/friendsofseethingwells

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  1. Surrey Comet has just given the developers a big boost by printing an article without checking the facts - you need to get them to print a retraction asap!
    http://www.surreycomet.co.uk/news/9858520.Surbiton_filter_bed_developer_brings_in_eco_consultants/?action=success

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    1. Yes thank you we have a press release from the Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust which states that WWT is not part of the project and is not involved with the application. The developers consultants make some wild claims about the position of Natural England on their website also
      Thanks for the tip Alison

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