Two exhibitions of plan for Wadlow Farm

PUBLISHED: 08:05 05 January 2006 | UPDATED: 20:09 28 May 2010

RES will be holding two public exhibitions on the wind farm, one in West Wratting Parish Hall on Tuesday January 10, and one in Balsham Church Institute on Wednesday January 11, where members of the public will be given the opportunity to find out more an

RES will be holding two public exhibitions on the wind farm, one in West Wratting Parish Hall on Tuesday January 10, and one in Balsham Church Institute on Wednesday January 11, where members of the public will be given the opportunity to find out more and express any concerns they have.

If you would like to see a wind farm up close, to get a better idea of what the turbines will look like, contact Amy Hinks on 01923 299328 or email her at amy.hinks@res-ltd.com to register your interest.

If the wind farm is given the go-ahead, construction is expected to start in 2007.

There is a website providing information on the wind farm. It can be found at www.wadlow-farm.co.uk

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