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Jul
2005

SCHOOL MAST MAY BE MOVED

LINDSEY SMITH
Tamworth Herald 14.07.05
10:30 - 14 July 2005

Mobile phone giant O2 says it is looking for an alternative location for the mast at the centre of an alleged health scare in Coleshill.

Concerns over possible negative effects the 11-year-old mast is having on the health of children at St Edward's RC Primary School in Packington Lane prompted urgent talks between O2 and the local education and planning authorities last week.

But parents, who have been withdrawing their children from the school on Fridays in protest against the mast, say they will keep up the pressure by maintaining their presence at the school gates until the mast is removed.

The organisations plan to meet again later this month, at which point a report from the Health Protection Agency - which was called in to investigate a health survey carried out at the school - will be available.

The search for land on which to re-site the mast has been welcomed by the county council and by officials from St Edward's and the Catholic Archdiocese of Birmingham, who all want the mast removed.

In a further report chartered physicist Dr John C Walker alleges that a 'cancer cluster' affecting some houses has been discovered close to the town centre.

His report will also be presented to Government adviser Sir William Stewart who chaired the independent panel investigation into the possible effects of mobile phone masts in 2000.

Speaking about Dr Walker's report, Angela Johnson, community relations manager for O2, said: "There is no evidence that mobile phone masts, including the masts in Coleshill, cause illness.

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"And there is no research to show any difference in the number of cancer sufferers in areas with mobile phone masts and those without.

"Although the figures in Dr Walker's report seem high, we need to wait until the Health Protection Agency have come up with their results before commenting further."
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