Ludlow meeting on fracking

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ENVIRONMENTAL group Ludlow 21 is holding a public meeting about the controversial issue of ‘fracking.’

This is the process in which water can be used to free gas from some types of rock.

Emeritus Professor Michael Rosenbaun from Ludlow will explain the geology behind the process at a meeting at The Charlton Arms in Ludford.

Also taking part will be Jeremy Thorp, from the Ludlow Hydro Project, and Adam Kennerley, from Cwm Harry, who run the digester in Ludlow.

The event is on Thursday February 13 at 7.30pm.

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