The response from the Going Underground has always been, from day one, that leading people into criminal activity is fundamentally wrong and would be counter-productive.
As the core group of campaigners can’t support all of these streets, we must implore each street to make their own arrangements to protect themselves from the legalised vandalism of MS3.
CAMPAIGNERS have expressed concern that MS3 Networks has been given the green light by the East Riding of Yorkshire Council (ERYC) to continue forcing through its telegraph pole installation on the streets of Hedon and Preston.
Going Underground – NO to MS3 poles” is the name of the campaign to oppose plans by MS3 Networks to install utility poles in Hedon and Preston.
Councillor Steve Gallant (South West Holderness Ward Councillor and Hedon Town Councillor) has published the following to keep residents updated about the campaign “Going Underground – NO to MS3 poles”.
Those protesting the imminent installation of telegraph poles are being asked to pledge to join a boycott of MS3 Networks and their partners.
THE PROPOSALS by MS3 Networks to install telegraph-style utility poles across Hedon and Preston South has stirred up opposition…
Demonstration against P&O Ferries at 12.00 midday TODAY at Hull King George Dock. Protest at P&O Ferries dismissal of 800 workers instantly by Zoom.
Preston protest held during ‘rush hour’: Up to 30-40 residents formed a protest group on the narrow pathways adjacent to Kirk Road tonight.
March and Rally against the Yorkshire Energy Park – Saturday 20th July 2019 meeting to set off at 11.00am from the old Centrica Car Park (rear of the Petrol Station, near Sainsbury’s). March for Rally to be held on Far Bank, Hedon, at the end of Drapers Lane.
Owen and Jamie joined a very family centred and even fun-filled protest at the gates of Yorkshire Water yesterday…