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BBC Radio 4's coverage of Sedgemoor Campus

By Hinkley Point C media team | Posted February 15, 2019

Today BBC Radio 4 covered a report on our worker accommodation in Bridgwater - Sedgemoor Campus.

Emma Britton, a BBC reporter from Bridgwater, took a tour around the campus and spoke to local people about what it means to the area.

Our Head of Stakeholder Engagement, David Eccles, also spoke to Emma about the campus and how the team worked closely with the local community on its build. Listen to the full report, which lasts 28 minutes.

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