Monday 14th April 08:30hrs, the CoRWM website is showing that you can still register, however, we recommend you do it soon!
Those of you who read the Cumbria Trust posts regularly, will already be aware that CoRWM decided to move to a larger venue for their public meeting in Workington on 30th April 2014. This is due to unprecedented demand to attend the meeting, which will now be held at Hunday Manor Country House Hotel, from 18:30 to 20:00.
We have been informed, that the Committee is very pleased that so many people are interested in speaking to its members, who are looking forward to having the opportunity of meeting you and answering your questions. They still intend that the meeting will provide an informal opportunity for members of the public to talk to committee members, find out about their work and ask them any questions relating to the management of radioactive waste including the siting process for geological disposal. In advance of the meeting, you may wish to look at CoRWM’s response to the Government’s Consultation on the GDF Siting Process.
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