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In partnership with Friends of the Earth
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CAF (17 Jul 2011)
Come and chat to us and other local people about fluoride in our forum. There are subsections within the forum for the local groups.
These are the current local groups set up by WMLGAF:
This is the umbrella group for West Midlands Local Groups Against Fluoridation. As time goes by, we hope more local groups will be added to the spokes of this umbrella. All will be accessible from this page. The current local groups we have are...
West Midlands Against Fluoridation (WMAF) started it all off in the West Midlands in October 2009. WMAF is an information and discussion website which is specific to the West Midlands, although it also contains fluoridation information on the worldwide scene.
Welcome to West Midlands Local Groups Against Fluoridation
The map below shows current anti-
Fluoridated regions of the UK
Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland are NOT fluoridated. (The Republic of Ireland is mostly artificially fluoridated at 0.7ppmF/litre of water and dental fluorosis is endemic.)
6 million people (or 10%) in England are either artificially fluoridated or live
in areas where their water contains natural fluoride. In the latter case, Severn
Trent Water and Anglian Water has to dilute the naturally fluoridated drinking water
with water diverted from non-
Two other websites which are recommended:
United Kingdom Councils Against Fluoridation. At the time of writing, there are 74 local Councils in the North of England and Northern Ireland which have signed a declaration against fluoridation. The webmasters of UKCAF are strong on the legal issues.
Fluoride Action Network. This is an American website which was created by Dr Paul Connett. It covers the American fluoridation scene particularly successfully. Since the acid used to dose our water supply is the same in the States as it is in the West Midlands, much of the information found on FAN is applicable to the West Midlands’ situation. However, the law ruling water fluoridation in America is different. FAN is strong on listing research on fluoridation and it also hosts the journal Fluoride.