Titmore Woods: "Tea" says trouble is brewing

marksimonbrown mark at tlio.org.uk
Mon Oct 10 01:20:19 BST 2005

Anger at a massive housing development in Durrington, near Worthing, 
Sussex (on land belonging to the Somerset family) is boiling over, 
says a statement from TEA, (Titnore Emergency Action). 

Tea says trouble is brewing
sent by Mister Kettle | 09.10.2005 
Ref: www.indymedia.org.uk/en/2005/10/325226.html

The hitherto unknown group has called for a Vigil for the Death of 
Democracy at 2pm on Saturday October 29 at the Northbrook College 
roundabout, junction of Titnore Lane and the A259, close to Goring 
station, served by direct trains from Brighton, Portsmouth and London. 
(see previous newswire posting). 

It issued the following statement: 

"TEA warns Worthing Borough Council, the West Durrington Consortium 
and the Somerset family that they are really in hot water over the 
Titnore controversy. Trouble is brewing locally, with people's 
patience now severely strained and growing numbers being stirred into 
action. These residents are no mugs and would be off their trolleys if 
they allowed their sweet heritage to be milked for profit by 
developers taking lumps out of the countryside. TEA urges all those 
behind the development not to let the bad feelings stew further and to 
abandon it now before the situation boils over."

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