'You must unite to beat the burner', West Norfolk councillor warns
A West Norfolk councillor has urged the community to unite against plans for a huge waste incinerator just a few hundred yards over the county border.
Hundreds of people attended a protest against the scheme, planned for land on the edge of Wisbech, on Sunday.
And they were joined by borough councillor Michael de Whalley, who founded the King’s Lynn Without Incineration (KLWIN) group which spearheaded the fight against a smaller scheme at Saddlebow.
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