Gillian Kelly explains what motivates so many of us in this opinion piece for the Guardian Newspaper

Until last year I’d never been in a protest. Now I’m due in court for trying to stop this destructive industry ruining our landscape

I am a 73-year-old grandmother. On a sunny day in the middle of July I found myself sitting in the central reservation of the A583 outside Cuadrilla’s fracking site near Blackpool, one arm locked into a steel tube within a brightly coloured wooden box and surrounded by police. I was not alone. Locked into a neighbouring box was my partner, Paul, and my granddaughter, Megan. A few feet away my son, Sebastian, was also locked on, along with two other female friends.

Link to Full Article

 

Please  come and support Gillian and her family at Preston Magistrate’s Court on J

http://frackfreelancashire.org/events/event/families-fracking-trial-demo/

 

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