Glastonbury Stop 5G
GLASTONBURY SAFETECH CAMPAIGN
The Glastonbury Safetech Campaign meets periodically at a venue on the High Street – please get in touch if you would like to join us or have a question.
Contact Us – GlastonburySafeTech [@]protonmail.com
Visit our Bitchute channel
Stop 5G Glastonbury and Surrounding Area (Most active and most members)
In April 2020 Glastonbury Town Council resolved unanimously to continue their adoption of the Precautionary Principle; opposing the roll-out of 5G until further information is made available on the safety or otherwise of the technology. See glastonbury.gov.uk for more information and to download the Final Report and Recommendations.
Upcoming Campaign Meetings and Events Please contact us at email@example.com and ask to be put on the mailing list if you would like to join our meetings or otherwise be involved in our campaign.
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Visit our Glastonbury Campaign Archive page for details of previous mast applications.
CURRENT CAMPAIGN FOCUS
We are currently in discussion with the Parochial Church Council of St John’s Church with regard to the contract for the two masts in the church tower (not currently 5G).
‘EMF Radiation & Your Health’ – Public Event 4 May 2022
If you have arrived at this page, and you’re not sure whether you need be concerned about 5G, please see the links below:
Adverse health effects of 5G mobile networking technology under real-life
conditions – Kostoff, January 2020
Balmori, A., Evidence for a health risk by RF on humans living around mobile
phone base stations: From radiofrequency sickness to cancer, Environmental Research (2022), doi:
Questions & Evidence for Glastonbury/Mendip Councillors & Planners
Information Concerning Justification of a 500m Setback for Masts – See Kent Chamberlain video
Glastonbury Masts & Objections
Masts to be Aware of
Inside St John’s Church Tower 2 masts – 3G or 4G?