Frack attack – group plans music night to fund fight
AN event aiming to highlight the strength of opinion against fracking will take place in Easton this weekend.
The night of entertainment takes place at The Plough in Easton on Saturday and will raise money for the group Frack Free Somerset.
Frack Free Somerset (FFS) will be using funds raised at the event to increase awareness of the dangers of Fracking and Coal Bed Methane developments.
It will also be used to support communities, hold public meetings, organising workshops, fighting planning applications and training activists in community action.
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Fracking is where fluids are pumped underground at high pressure to fracture rocks to release trapped gas for extraction as fuel.
The group and its many supporters believe fracking poses serious threats to public health and the environment including the dangerous contamination of our water supply, the leakage of methane – a potent greenhouse gas – in to the atmosphere, and the contamination of agricultural land and animals.
The Frack Free Somerset fundraiser us due to get under way at 8pm.
Entertainment includes new Bristol band Ushti Baba, who play a mix of acoustic British and Eastern European folk music fused with contemporary beats.