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Object to new AWE developments - planning meeting Weds 8 February

Come and join local objectors. The latest AWE planning application will be considered by West Berkshire Council on Wednesday 8 February at Calcot. The meeting is scheduled for Wednesday 8th February and local activists are asking people to come along to the Calcot Centre, Highview, Royal Avenue, Reading, RG31 4XD (near M4 Junction 12) by 5.45 pm. There will be an opportunities for protesting your objections before the meeting starts at 6.30, after which objections will be presented, and your participation is welcome. Unfortunately the Calcot Centre is on the edge of Reading and takes a long time to get to by public transport.  Bus travel details from Reading station below.  If travelling by car, the Calcot Centre is a very short distance from M4 Junction 12. Travel details for those using public transport: Arrive at Reading Station by no later than 5 pm. Take bus route 'Jet Black 1' (final destination Newbury) from bus stop EM at Reading Station.  Bus leaves 5.05 pm.  Return fare is £3.40 - exact fare is needed as no change is given. Ask for Royal Avenue, Calcot.  If you miss the stop get off at Calcot Savacentre and walk back. The Calcot Centre is a short walk up Royal Avenue, then the fourth turning on the left (Highview). If you miss the 'Jet Black 1' bus at 5.05 you can also catch bus route 26 which leaves from stop EK a couple of minutes later at 17.09 but follows a different route and takes longer to get there.  Fares and destination are the same on both routes. Be aware that we are travelling in the rush hour so buses are likely to be full and traffic will be congested.