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Protesters who fear a tiny village will be swamped by huge expansion plans for a caravan site have joined forces.

Residents of Cresswell, Ellington and Lynemouth have teamed up to campaign against the pounds 15m project at the Golden Sands site, in Cresswell.

Almost 200 people attended a public meeting in Ellington earlier this week to voice shared concerns about the impact proposals will have there.

Northumbrian Leisure, which runs the 250-van Golden Sands holiday park, wants to add a further 1,340 places.
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Publication:Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England)
Date:Apr 19, 2004
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