For over two years, the Fermanagh Fracking Awareness Network has been working to raise awareness of hydraulic fracturing, its side-effects and its implications for County Fermanagh and beyond. We’ve held public meetings, produced flyers, facilitated film showings, met with ministers, presented to organisations, reviewed reports, sold T-shirts, maintained web sites, written to newspapers and much more. Inevitably, during that period, some people have had to step down owing to work, family and other commitments. So we’re in need of new volunteers to help us continue with this vital work and ensure that the families, communities, businesses and wildlife of Fermanagh can continue to thrive. For, make no mistake, if we do nothing, fracking will certainly happen here.
So, why not make it your New Year resolution to help us in 2014? We especially need people with skills or experience in law, computers, writing, public relations and community organisation. If you could help out in any of these areas, we’d be delighted to hear from you. But don’t be put off if none of those are quite your thing – whatever your talents and background, from art to zoology, you can use them to keep Fermanagh clean, safe and frack-free for our children and our children’s children. Email us today at firstname.lastname@example.org and bask in the warm glow of knowing you’re doing your bit. What could be more festive than that?
A very happy Christmas and peaceful New Year to you all. Thank you for all your support and we look forward to hearing from you.
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