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Wildlife Habitats.

Whilst Stephen and my other colleagues have been wrapped up with ‘planning’ issues, Ryan and I have been working to ensure ‘environmental impact’ considerations are not lost along the way.

It remains the case Trinity College want to ensure hundreds of acres of their Trimley land is concreted over for the millions of pounds they will accumulate if this were to happen. Putting to one side the resulting disappearance of Domesday villages and the huge impact of their proposals on local people, we need to keep in mind they intend concreting over glorious wildlife habitats and prime farmland, which may soon be needed to feed us!

We are working on future media coverage of these issues.

Very many thanks to the many of you who are giving us your active support.

Best wishes Becca

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