HC Deb 18 July 1994 vol 247 c59W
Mr. Llew Smith

To ask the Secretary of State for Scotland what consideration has been given to the implications of the forest fires in south-west Scotland for the dispersal of radioactive waste in the area; and if he will now. commission a further report on the subject.

Sir Hector Monro

[holding answer 11 July 1994]: There is no evidence to suggest that radionuclides are concentrated within the forest biomass and hence it is not believed that forest fires will affect the dispersal of radionuclides within south-west Scotland. There is no intention to commission further work on this topic.

Number Description Value £ Recipient
3 Bell, Nameboard, Honours Board ex-HMS Ariadne 375.00 Scunthorpe Borough Council
1 Bell—ex HMS Minerva 200.00 City of Salford
1 Bell—ex RMAS Invergordon 60.00 Town of Invergordon
1 Bell—ex HMS Osiris 60.00 Ilkley Parish Council
1 Bell—ex HMS Charybdis 300.00 Island of Guernsey
2 Nameboards—ex HMS Jupiter 100.00 TS Jupiter
1 TON Class MCM Instructional Equipment 725.00 The Bronington Trust
1 Deck Plate—ex HMS Minerva 30.00 1st Battalion Scots Guards
1 MK 28 Mine Shell 12.00 New Tavern Fort Project
67 Ship's Crests, Badges and Associated Items 335.00 The Sea Cadet Corps
4 Mines/Sinkers 100.00 Royal Naval Museum—(for display on HMS Minerva)
1 Unmarked Ship's Bell 150.00 Parishes of East Meon and Langrish
1 Bell—ex HMS Sinus 300.00 City of Portsmouth
1 All-Purpose Firestreak Missile and Cradle Trolley 9.00 Yorkshire Air Museum
1 WESSEX 250.00 State of Guernsey
1 Land Rover 360.00 RHKR(V) Museum

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