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It’s a blackout for stargazers’ as they claim light-polluting garage


It’s a blackout for stargazers’ as they claim light-polluting garage has ruined their famous night skies

  • Critics say ‘ghastly bright’ service station has ruined a village’s famous skies 
  • The fuel giant has been accused of ‘blatant light pollution’

Angry stargazers have criticised Shell, saying a ‘ghastly bright’ service station has ruined a village’s famous night skies.

The fuel giant has been accused of ‘blatant light pollution’ after the company built a petrol station in the quiet village of Thropton, Northumberland.

The station, which includes a Spar and a butcher’s, opened in the village – which has just 458 residents – in November.

Thropton sits on the edge of the Northumberland National Park, which was named one of the world’s best…



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