Join in mass demonstration

Join in mass demonstration

Join in mass demonstration

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CAMPAIGNERS are being urged to return the favour for a huge turnout of support at Balcombe fracking protests last year.

Sussex-based protesters are being asked to join the Reclaim the Power protest camp in Blackpool next month to oppose drilling plans by Cuadrilla.

Brighton-based bus company Big Lemon is aiming to take more than 50 residents from the county to join the mass demonstration leaving the city at 8am on Thursday August 14 at a cost of £25 per adult and £15 for children.

Email lewesagainstfracking @gm ail.com.

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3:01pm Tue 29 Jul 14

hursthill says...

What are the editorial considerations for the Argus, when it decides which demos & protests to give free advertising & promotion ?
What are the editorial considerations for the Argus, when it decides which demos & protests to give free advertising & promotion ? hursthill
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3:23pm Tue 29 Jul 14

G Wiley says...

How many days will a Big Lemon bus be dedicated to this journey?

The cost does sound quite low fare for such as long journey - National Express charge about £40 for a return.

Will Alex Philips be ably supporting her partner's initiative?

I wonder how much of the cost of providing the transport is being provided by transport subsidies from Brighton and Hove City Council from visitors and residents parking fees?
How many days will a Big Lemon bus be dedicated to this journey? The cost does sound quite low fare for such as long journey - National Express charge about £40 for a return. Will Alex Philips be ably supporting her partner's initiative? I wonder how much of the cost of providing the transport is being provided by transport subsidies from Brighton and Hove City Council from visitors and residents parking fees? G Wiley
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5:54pm Tue 29 Jul 14

HJarrs says...

G Wiley wrote:
How many days will a Big Lemon bus be dedicated to this journey?

The cost does sound quite low fare for such as long journey - National Express charge about £40 for a return.

Will Alex Philips be ably supporting her partner's initiative?

I wonder how much of the cost of providing the transport is being provided by transport subsidies from Brighton and Hove City Council from visitors and residents parking fees?
None.
[quote][p][bold]G Wiley[/bold] wrote: How many days will a Big Lemon bus be dedicated to this journey? The cost does sound quite low fare for such as long journey - National Express charge about £40 for a return. Will Alex Philips be ably supporting her partner's initiative? I wonder how much of the cost of providing the transport is being provided by transport subsidies from Brighton and Hove City Council from visitors and residents parking fees?[/p][/quote]None. HJarrs
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7:07pm Tue 29 Jul 14

G Wiley says...

@HJarrs - I asked 3 questions, but you didn't answer any of them.

You answered the question 'how much formal scientific education and actual knowledge of fracking does a typical protester have?'.
@HJarrs - I asked 3 questions, but you didn't answer any of them. You answered the question 'how much formal scientific education and actual knowledge of fracking does a typical protester have?'. G Wiley
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8:52am Wed 30 Jul 14

hellohonkytonks says...

HJarrs wrote:
G Wiley wrote:
How many days will a Big Lemon bus be dedicated to this journey?

The cost does sound quite low fare for such as long journey - National Express charge about £40 for a return.

Will Alex Philips be ably supporting her partner's initiative?

I wonder how much of the cost of providing the transport is being provided by transport subsidies from Brighton and Hove City Council from visitors and residents parking fees?
None.
Moron
[quote][p][bold]HJarrs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]G Wiley[/bold] wrote: How many days will a Big Lemon bus be dedicated to this journey? The cost does sound quite low fare for such as long journey - National Express charge about £40 for a return. Will Alex Philips be ably supporting her partner's initiative? I wonder how much of the cost of providing the transport is being provided by transport subsidies from Brighton and Hove City Council from visitors and residents parking fees?[/p][/quote]None.[/p][/quote]Moron hellohonkytonks
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