As firemen across Surrey brought the Hankley Common heath fire under control – legal help is on its way to stop drilling for fossil fuels in Dunsfold.
CrowdJustice – an organisation specially tailored for legal action – has responded to the call for help from campaigners fighting UK Oil & Gas (UCOG) to stop drilling for gas on the Loxley Field which runs under Dunsfold airfield.
To pledge your support click on the link below – not far to go to reach the £30,000 target? Still, 25 days to go.
A major incident was declared yesterday by Surrey Fire Service at Hankley Common near Elstead and Thursley. Fire tenders across the county raced to the scene in a bid to save many acres of the treasured nature reserve as winds blew the fire across the heathland.
At least eight hectares of land were affected by the blaze that started around midday. People are warned to avoid the area.
‘Your Waverley’s staff stood by should their help be needed. Displaced persons were supported by friends and relatives.
What better time than to receive the good news that the fight to stop drilling for fossil fuels in the borough is being backed by top legal brains. CrowdJustice is an organisation specially tailored for legal action and crowdfunding. It handles compliance issues and transfers funds raised directly to lawyers to ensure that backers know exactly how much and where their money is going.
Hear Waverley Leader Paul Follows speaking on why the council hopes to take on the Government in a David & Goliath-type fight with the Government in the link below: