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Views invited over nuclear plans

People living on or near Anglesey are being invited to have their say on proposals for a new nuclear power station on the island.

The site at Wylfa has been included in a list of 10 possible locations approved by the UK government.

The current Wylfa power station has permission to continue electricity production until December 2010.

Energy firm RWE npower is holding an exhibition at various locations between 24-30 November.

Alan Smith, nuclear development manager for RWE npower, said: "With our studies progressing, and recognising that a new power station for Anglesey will have impacts across the region, we look forward to meeting people from across the island and north Wales."

The first exhibition is being staged on Tuesday at Bethel Chapel Rooms, Cemaes, on Anglesey, between 1200 GMT and 2000 GMT.



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