From “Sellafield Stories” (Hunter Davies)

“The place was constantly under review and as time went on, you began to feel in a sense, beleaguered. It can’t have been easy for the people who were working there. And the management, a lot of the time, didn’t help, because they were not forthcoming. A lot had been brought up in the days when it was a high security operation, and therefore, you know, all talk was dangerous talk. So there was always some excuse for not being so open and as forthright. And it used to be a source of irritation to the people who worked there. They felt they could probably have made a better job of persuading the public of the merits of nuclear energy and the industry in general”

The Rev. Alan Postlethwaite former vicar of Seascale.

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