YOUNG PEOPLE SPEAK OUT ON NUCLEAR
Thursday, November 01, 2001
Young people will present their "uncut" views on the nuclear industry in a competition at Westlakes Science Park next Tuesday.
Five candidates from as young as 14 will take part in a speakers competition organised by the British Nuclear Energy Society special interest group on Waste Management and Decommissioning.
Topics include "Is reprocessing shaken and not stirred" and prizes will be awarded to the best presentations.
Judges include The Whitehaven News Editor Hilary Scott and professor John Lackie, principal and chief executive of Westlakes Research Institute.
The public can attend the competition held from 5.30 pm in the lecture theatre of the Westlakes Postgraduate centre.
Flower society meeting
WHITEHAVEN Flower Arrangement Society will be holding its November meeting at Rosehill Theatre.
David Ryland, of Flookburgh, will be giving a talk entitled glitz. It will take place on Friday, November 9, at 7.30pm. Visitors pay £2 admission.