Court says three months to end whiff

A SUFFOLK man whose farm is the source of the notorious “Woolpit Whiff ” today has three months to put an end to the foul smells emitted from his farmHigh Court Judge Mr Justice Newman has served an injunction on John Clarke, of Rookery Farm, Drinkstone, giving him until May 9 to stop using part of his land for industrial rendering of animal or avian waste.

A SUFFOLK man whose farm is the source of the notorious “Woolpit Whiff ” today has three months to put an end to the foul smells emitted from his farm

High Court Judge Mr Justice Newman has served an injunction on John Clarke, of Rookery Farm, Drinkstone, giving him until May 9 to stop using part of his land for industrial rendering of animal or avian waste.

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