Twenty-one people charged with trespass after protest at West Burton Power Station
TWENTY one people have been charged with aggravated trespass, in connection with the alleged occupation of EDF Energy’s West Burton power station.
A number of protesters are alleged to have entered the site during the early hours of Monday 29 October last year.
Arrests were made between 29 October and 5 November, when the protest came to an end.
Officers have said the protest cost around £200,000 to police.
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Those charged with aggravated trespass are:
Danielle Paffard, 25, of London
Aneaka Kellay, 27, of Manchester
Kristina Goodwin-Jones, 26, of Leeds
Rachael Thomson, 31, of Manchester
Sophia Coles-Riley, 25, of Leeds
Alison Cegielka, 27, of Manchester
Claudia Comberti, 26, of Oxford
Alistair Cannell, 23, of Brighton
Paul Morozzo, 46, of Wadsworth, West Yorkshire
Claire Fauset, 33, of Leeds
Lawrence Carter, 28, of London
Graham Thompson, 39, of London
Alison Garrigan, 26, of Manchester
Thomas Spencer, 27, of Manchester
Daniel Chivers, 34, of Oxford
Daniel Quiggan, 29, of Bristol
David Shakespeare, 27, of Oxford
Ewa Jasiewicz, 34, of London
Hannah Lewis, 29, of Hebden Bridge, West Yorkshire
Alexander George, 32, of London
Hannah Davey, 34, of London
They are all set to appear at court later this month.