Join us for a morning of information and discussion!

A free public meeting with guest speakers.

Thousands of oil wells could be drilled across the Weald under the government’s controversial plans for unconventional oil and gas extraction, including fracking. Fracking has been suspended in France, Scotland, Wales, New York and elsewhere, over health and other concerns. Is it time for England to do likewise?
Come and find out more!

Exhibition & information 16th April, 10.30am to 1.30pm Speakers & questions 11am to 12.30pm

Clair Hall, Perrymount Road, Haywards Heath RH16 3DN

Chair: Julian O’Halloran, writer and broadcaster
Speakers: Dr Tim Thornton (GP)
Dr Jill Sutcliffe (Medact)

Michael Warhurst (Chem Trust)
Charles Metcalfe (Balcombe resident)

Free admission to all on the day, but it would help us
if you could register to give us an idea of numbers:

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/fracking-and-health-a-free-public-meeting-with-guest-speakers-tickets-21313408980?aff=es2
Don’t worry if you can’t – just turn up!

“The arguments against fracking on public health and ecological
grounds are overwhelming. There are clear grounds for adopting
the precautionary principle and prohibiting fracking.”

Open letter in the British Medical Journal in support of Medact’s
report Health and Fracking: the impacts and opportunity costs, 2015

“Both the European Union and the United Nations Environment
Programme have concluded that fracking may result in
unavoidable environmental and health impacts even if the gas is
extracted properly and more so if done inadequately.”

Chartered Institute of Environmental Health report:
Shale gas and fracking, examining the evidence, 2014

http://www.medact.org/fracking/

The meeting will be hosted by MEDACT in association with Frack Free Sussex. `Medact is a charity for health professionals and others working to improve health world wide.

https://www.facebook.com/events/842224525905844/

Hope to see you there! Please forward on to anyone interested.
http://www.medact.org/fracking/
http://www.chemtrust.org.uk/
http://www.cieh.org/WorkArea/showcontent.aspx?id=53520