Yesterday, AVAI representatives met with the Bradford Diocese Deanery Synod to discuss the plans for the Marley incinerator and our campaign.
Representatives of BMDC and Endless Energy were also invited, but chose not to attend.
The aim of the meeting was to ensure that the Deanery Synod were fully informed and could take this information to the General Synod for consideration.
We believe our attendance and information was really well received and we hope that the Synod will decide to formally support our campaign moving forward.
Just a reminder that we have a community meeting on Monday 2nd October 2017 to update people on the campaign so far.
Local MP Mr. John Grogan will be speaking at the event.
Tea and coffee will be available as will AVAI merchandise.
There will be tea and coffee available and there will be a Q&A session.
For more information please see here:
It has just been confirmed that we can have out day in court as our Judicial Review application has been accepted!
The case has also been designated as ‘significant’ – this means it is getting the serious attention it deserves.
Although we do not yet have a date, we know that the case will be heard in Leeds. We will, of course, let everybody know when a date has been set. But for now, the campaign continues to gain momentum.
We would like to mark this exciting development by inviting our supporters to display one of our ‘not for sale’ boards so we can keep the campaign in the public eye. We have about thirty available on a first come, first served basis; it doesn’t matter whether you live on the main road, a cul-de-sac or a hilltop farm.
Please get in touch with Penny via email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or phone Rachel (01535 664933), or message us via Facebook and we’ll arrange with you to receive one.
This is also a good time to show your support via car stickers if you haven’t already got some!
Thank you all for your continued support.
The AVAI Team.
Just a quick post to advise that we are still waiting to hear back from a judge as to whether we can have our day in court for the Judicial Review. We will, of course, let you all know as soon as we know.
In the meantime, although we met our last fund raising target, we are still accepting donations. The more we raise, the stronger a case we can build for our day in court.
Do you have a property in a prominent location and would like to show your support?
Then you need one of our ‘Not for sale’ signs!
We have limited numbers available, so please get in touch via email at email@example.com for more information.