Monthly Archives: October 2014

Friday 31st

  Has it really been seventeen years since I first set my eyes on the toxic waste operation at Rattlechain lagoon? I was only looking for some swans, it might have been better if I had never set foot done … Continue reading

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Things that go buzz in the night

The deserted Rattlechain lagoon gates were wide open, not a soul in sight anywhere,¬†what was going on here?   It wasn’t long before it became obvious that the arriving digger had come to carry out some excavations of the causeway … Continue reading

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SITE 10 MYSTERY

In our long term monitoring of Rattlechain lagoon, (formerly known as “mere”), we have noted many a visitor into and out of the site, both animal and human, (and sometimes not quite sure.) We have also noted several licence breaches. … Continue reading

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TFI FOI

Just about the single best event of the Blair Government was The Freedom of Information Act 2000. If it wasn’t for this we would certainly be in the dark about a great deal about what has transpired at Rattlechain lagoon, … Continue reading

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Rain rain go away

  Well Autumn arrived today after one of the driest Septembers on record. A stark contrast to the last 30 days or so. It was blowing a gale this morning around Tividale and the puddles were forming around the John’s … Continue reading

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