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King’s Lynn pensioners say no to incinerator scheme

Cllr Alexandra Kemp visits St Katherine's Court in Lynn to collect letters written by residents against the proposed incinerator. LtoR - Frank Cotton, Margaret Kettlewell, Alexandra Kemp, Dee Fowler, Philip Roberts and John Jarman.

Cllr Alexandra Kemp visits St Katherine's Court in Lynn to collect letters written by residents against the proposed incinerator. LtoR - Frank Cotton, Margaret Kettlewell, Alexandra Kemp, Dee Fowler, Philip Roberts and John Jarman.

Residents of a sheltered housing complex got behind the fight against the incinerator project by penning their own letters to persuade the government to reject the scheme.

People living in the St Katherine’s Court complex in Dodmans Close, Lynn, wrote to ministers during a coffee morning held there on Wednesday.

The event was organised by county councillor Alexandra Kemp, pictured above centre, following a vigil in December which saw more than 50 additional letters of opposition to the Saddlebow scheme sent to the government. She said those letter s had been acknowledged by ministers.

Pictured with Mrs Kemp are, from left, Frank Cotton, Margaret Kettlewell, Dee Fowler, Philip Roberts and John Jarman. MLNF14PT02029

 

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