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If you have ideas or suggestions on how to help PAGE fight the gravel extraction plans, then get in touch.

GET Involved

Follow us on social media and re-post our messages. Share our messages with your network.


PAGE is making a considerable investment in your community to stop gravel extraction. You can help by donating.

Support Us

Spread the word about PAGE and help us build momentum in the fight against gravel extraction

Frequently asked questions

PAGE campaigns in the past have had significant effects on the outcome of the planning processes. We expect the campaign that is starting now to have a similar effect on the planning authorities.

We are on Facebook, Twitter and Linked In. Simply follow the Get Involved link and you can find us.

PAGE has commissioned professional consultants with significant experience in fighting these types of campaigns. Depending on your circumstances, any donation is hugely beneficial to helping fight this gravel extraction process in your local community.

The committee was selected from councillors in the parishes that are likely to be most affected by the gravel extraction process. Notably for this stage of the campaign, from Stadhampton, Newington and Drayton St Leonard.

You can ask more questions by contacting us

Some words from our committee...

"There are so many ways you can get involved with the PAGE campaign, from retweeting one of our posts, to donating to the cause."
Edward Hayter
Chair of PAGE
"PAGE has a history of delivering compelling cases to the right authorities at the right time to oppose gravel extraction on every level. Those cases are strengthened if we act decisively with one voice in unanimity.
James Nettleton
"To mount a viable campaign against gravel extraction, PAGE needs to build its financial strength. However large or small your contribution it will be used wisely to protect the community you love."
Doug Struthers
"The rich archaeological heritage, the quiet and peaceful rural area, and the outstanding natural beauty of our corner of the UK is worth fighting for. That is what PAGE is all about."
Stephen Dawson
Stadhampton Parish Councillor