A FRACKING awareness session will be hosted next week by an animal centre about a mile from a proposed drilling site.
The Tropical Butterfly House in North Anston will welcome members of Woodsetts Against Fracking on Thursday, March 1, from noon to 4pm.
A spokesman for the campaign group said: “Our local councillor Katherine Wilson will be in attendance to support this venture, where people can learn more about what fracking entails.
“They can raise any concerns they might have and if they would like help to submit an objection letter to RMBC, help will be on hand from our volunteers.”
The butterfly house backed the campaign with a £500 donation last month.
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