There's going to be a meeting at the school at 7pm on the 17th January about the planning application for the O2 mast. All the parents are invited, and Roger Williams, MP will be there too. So will the Children's Commissioner for Wales, because there is a concern about a breach of human rights for the children at the school. Apparently, the school should have been consulted when the planning application was put in, so that they could comment, and this doesn't seem to have happened. Also invited is Peter Florence (because mobile phone coverage for the Hay Festival has been mentioned as one of the reasons for the mast being sited on Forest Road). Someone from O2 is also being invited, and the owner of the land, Roger Henderson.
So it seems that due process was not followed in the planning application - Gareth Ratcliffe has been shooting off emails trying to get clarification about this, so I imagine he'll be at the meeting too.
It might also be worth having a look at www.bioinitiative.org which has scientific information about the possible risks to health of micro-radiation, wireless technologies, and electro-magnetic fields.