AN AFTERNOON of guest speakers talking about the safety concerns surrounding 5G networks will take place at Catshill Village Hall this Sunday, March 15.
The event at 4pm has been organised by campaigner Phil Haynes who said more tests should have been done on the impact of the networks before they were rolled out.
He argued there were already concerns over the levels of radiation being omitted by 3G and 4G masts and these were now even stronger.
He also said, in order to get the coverage required, the transmitters would need to be every few hundred feet.
Speaking on Sunday via live stream will be former weapons expert Mark Steele who is a member of Save Us Now (SUN), a major campaign movement against 5G.
Other speakers include Andy from Birmingham Truth Juice which talks about a raft of subjects, Rachel Murphy-Bonner who runs the multi-dimensional show, lifestyle coach Natasha Aylott, the director of Get Blissed and spiritual coach Mike Shinton.
A fortnight ago Simon Mann, Public Health England’s (PHE) head of radiation dosimetry, said: “It is possible there may be a small increase in overall exposure to radio waves when 5G is added to an existing telecommunications network or in a new area – however, the overall exposure is expected to remain low relative to guidelines and as such there should be no consequences for public health.”
PHE said exposure to 5G radio waves should comply with the International Committee on Non-Ionising Radiation Protection (ICNIRP) guidelines, adding it was committed to keeping its advice under review and updating it should new evidence dictate it necessary.
‘5G….. Is it a good thing?’ will be broadcast live on Cofton Radio.
Email Mr Haynes at email@example.com for more information.