Does that sound a perfect area to frack?
Last weekend world leaders completed days of talk on climate change and how to stop it in its tracks but they all must have arrived in Paris for the talks via flying carpets; if not the irony of much increased carbon footprints all to chew the fat about saving the planet is almost too hard to bear.
Their entourages and mainstream media representatives helped push the environment that bit closer to a suicide precipice and we were then treat to the participants patting each other on the back as they secured a second-best, half-ass deal.
David Cameron, UK, PM, was quick to, unintentionally, illustrate how unworkable that deal will be.
This week the Tory government announced tough cuts to solar power subsidies proving again they are not committed to helping stop climate change but rather making money.
The cuts will affect jobs, the solar power industry and climate change reduction plans.
If that is not enough proof for you look at Cameron's record on wind turbines. In order to payback rural Tory voters for his May 2015 election win his government plans to end on-shore wind farm subsidies next year.
That change was defeated in the House of Lords in October but fear not Cameron will limit the power of the Lords to get his own way.
The Tories are poised to announce plans to curtail the powers available to the House of Lords mainly as that non-elected body of government led to child-benefit cuts being put on hold.
Slowly but surely Cameron and his Tory government are turning the screw.
They are scrapping climate friendly deals and limiting any attempts to stop their headlong race into all out fracking in the UK.
Earlier reports such as the following reinforce that view:
Hypocrisy rules the day in 21 Century England.
Tenants of tiny homes are hit by an under occupancy benefit cut if they have just one small spare room but pensioner Elizabeth II resides in Buckingham Palace and we pay for her to do so.
The Royals have various estates and properties available to them around the country and all are under occupied; each could help ease the dire lack of affordable homes and homelessness.
With revelations this week that not only has Prince Charles been allowed access to confidential government papers for decades as Prince William is now also on the mailing list you may ask why?
Those who say as heir to throne Charles has the right miss the point.
He is well able to keep on amassing wealth when he has such insider information. The Queen has been less embroiled in government but it seems that meddler Charles wants his son to follow his lead not his grandmothers.
Fracking is a divisive subject but there are many more worrying matters arising all linked into government transparency or lack of it including the way the establishment has the system stitched up and stacked in its favour and the increasing rich poor and north south divide of the UK.
Friday North Yorkshire's Kellingley pit, the last working deep coal mine in the UK, has closed for good.
Cheap foreign imports are blamed for the closure but if the mine was still nationalised it may have been a different story. Job losses will damage the community and ultimately cause further job losses.
Working numbers at the deep coal mining pit have reduced but even so Friday 450 miners finished work and will receive severance packages at 12 weeks of average pay; Christmas on the 'dole' such as it is in 2015.
Britain's coal-fired power stations are scheduled to be phased out over the next ten years and Energy Secretary Amber Rudd hopes they will all be shut by 2025.
But they will need coal until that time.
If the coal is sourced from a climate damaging country how will that sit with Cameron's commitment to Paris the COP21 climate change deal?
Maybe he is already delegating his work?
Monday Cameron visited parts of the north and North West of England affected by flooding. Thousands of homes have been devastated and residents face a tough Christmas and New Year. News channels showed Cameron on the scene taking the talk but as usual there was a great deal of hollow propaganda.
His hope that insurers will pay up quickly enabling restoration work to begin sooner rather than later omits one important fact; some of the areas flooded in 2015 were flooded a few years back leaving insurance unaffordable and unattainable in some cases.
Premiums for insurance on recently flooded areas shot through the roof and the only way around extortionate fees can be setting a high excess. There are plans to make home insurance more affordable to all in the UK in 2016 but that will not help those affected now.
But the sight of Cameron who had jetted in to presumably add some sort of comfort to locals was galling.
He has been zooming around the world this week visiting the EU re UK membership reforms, has been in Paris for a climate change summit and visited no end of other places.
How Cameron, a man committed to fracking in the UK, then has the gall to mention one word regarding the effects of climate change, and how we can stop it in its tracks, beggars belief.
Monday the Guardian reports "David Cameron is treating the symptoms of flooding, but not the cause - Cumbria’s floods show what climate change looks like for the whole country – and yet the prime minister has overseen underinvestment in flood defences."
Yes and he likes to travel more than necessary and add to climate change woes!