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| Posted 27-07-2004 at 23:39  |
I have received the following information and am trying to get it to
as many people as possible. If this is important to you please act
now as time is against us.
Hengest Thorsson OR
Internet Information Officer
I understand that the White Horse Stone in Kent UK is important to
your religion and I am writing to tell you of a threat to it and the
Orange wants to install a 15 metre mast within feet of the Stone and
adjacent to the Pilgrim's Way. They say it is temporary but once
installed I don't think it will ever be removed.
The mast if given planning permission will be in the hedgerow next to
the Cursing field where the Stone stands too.
It is an area of natural Beauty and the White Horse Stone is an
If you can please write to
Tonbridge and Malling Borough Council
Attn: Steve Humphrey and Jill Hamilton
Director of Planning and Engineering Services
West Malling, Kent
Please quote the Application No: TM/04/02250/FL
If a lot of letters are received it will go to a committee to be
considered instead of being nodded through by an officer from
I have telephoned to Tonbridge and Malling Council and am told that
and objections must be received by 2nd August. (That is this coming
The person dealing with this is Jill Thompson her phone number is
876234. her email is jill.hamilton@t...
I also spoke to the Mayor of Tonbridge and Malling yesterday who has
promised to support us.
| Posted 27-07-2004 at 23:48  |
The last part of that email address should be tmbc.gov.uk
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