A five minute report for the Channel 4 series "Free for All". Independents were requested to submit their stories from all over the UK. This short uses image, text, music and atmospheres to investigate the potential pollution problems of the former chemical weapons plant at Nancekuke Common, high above the cliffs between Portreath and Porthtowan in Cornwall. Its transmission resulted in many letters of concern from the audience, especially holidaymakers and surfers who use the nearby beaches. Subsequently a longer thirty minute version was produced by a local production company A38 films for the BBC South-West series "Close-Up", directed by Mick Catmull and Phil Shingler was credited as researcher.