Mick Hucknall sees red over wind farm developments
Simply Red singer and bandmate Chris De Margary aim to back objections to a second wind project planned near their Co Donegal estate
The controversy surrounding a bog slide in Ballybofey in Donegal has got Mick Hucknall started.
The Simply Red frontman and former bandmate Chris De Margary own the Glenmore Rivers Estate on the river Finn in east Donegal. They have indicated that they will support objections to any other wind farm developments in the surrounding area amid concerns that similar incidents could affect the local river system.
The estate, which boasts of being “unique in the...
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