The trees and hedges of Harthill, a picturesque Yorkshire village were once alive with bird song. Then fracking villain Ineos showed up.
Ineos, owned by Britain’s richest man, will stop at nothing to sink its drills into the village of Harthill -- all to make more plastic.
But now you can help save this village from being fracked to pieces. This small local community has been locked in a two-year battle against fracking giant Ineos. They’ve refused to give in even when the planning inspector brazenly declared fracking “would not be harmful”.
So today, the village has asked for your help to save their rural home from Ineos’ drills. If you donate a bit, you’ll pay for water, air and soil tests -- these will help prove the devastation Ineos has caused. This could be just the evidence the community needs to boot the frackers out their back garden for good.
It’s the silver bullet they desperately need but can’t do it with you, can you please chip in to help the people of Harthill?