Gloucester woman Kate Fry has this morning attached herself to the entry gate of AGL’s controversial coal seam gas project in an attempt to peacefully prevent the fracking of four coal seam gas wells.
Fracking equipment arrived in Gloucester on Monday morning. Yesterday morning, four people were charged with trespass for peacefully protesting the operation.
‘I’m not just doing this for Gloucester, I’m doing it for everyone. I’m willing to get arrested trying because the government has sacrificed Gloucester. We are the last defence to protect this beautiful place from invasive gas fields,’ Ms Fry said.
AGL will hold its AGM in Sydney tomorrow, and further protests are expected.