A conservation group are campaigning against Gatwick's proposal to add a second runway to the airport.
Gatwick Airport Conservation Campaign (GACC) group are against Gatwick's plan for another runway, which would make the airport as large as Heathrow.
The group have already campaigned twice against Gatwick in its bid to build a second runway.
Volunteers from the group have been giving out leaflets and recruiting members outside runway exhibitions, including Crawley and Ifield.
The GACC vice chairman, Peter Barclay, said: "Many people are confused by the airport response form which has 278 boxes which you can tick but only one well-hidden little box labelled 'None of these options' if you wish to say No to a new runway."
A number of local action groups, from Tunbridge Wells to Horsham, have been formed opposing a new runway - all working with GACC. For instance, in Crawley the all-Party ‘One’s Enough’ group has been re-started: it had great success in 2003 in persuading Crawley Council to switch from a position of support for a new runway to one of unanimous opposition."
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