It’s back! Campaigners prepare to join new incinerator fight
Campaigners who led the fight to stop a waste incinerator on the edge of Lynn have offered their help against a similar proposal on the West Norfolk border.
It’s nearly six years since the hated Saddlebow project was stopped following a long-running battle spearheaded by King’s Lynn Without Incineration (KLWIN).
Now, leading figures in the organisation are gearing up to lend their support to a campaign against a similar scheme proposed for a site at Wisbech, just a few hundred metres from the county boundary.
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