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mayo | environment | news report Sunday November 23, 2008 17:04 by A - Rossport Solidarity Camp rossportsolidaritycamp at gmail dot com 085 1141170
Shell to Sea / Rossport Solidarity Camp Update from Erris Co. Mayo. November 2009.
While Glengad and Shell issues have largely gone from the public eye, and indeed things have quietened down some what, that's not to say that stuff hasn’t been going on, it just doesn’t always make the media.
* Shell have completely vacated the Glengad compound in the last few week or so. Unfortunately they haven’t done a wonderful job of cleaning up after themselves. Plenty of rubble was left behind on the beach from the causeway that they extended out to sea and then removed.