They raised concerns over visual impact, potential danger of turbine fire or collapse and the effect on wildlife Colin Quinn, a resident of Seamer and member of SHWAG
, said: "It would be an alien industrial landscape stuck in the middle of the rural countryside - what a legacy for our children and grandchildren to inherit.
Dr Chris Gibbs, of SHWAG
, said: "We were extremely delighted about the result but this is just winning one battle in the war.
Giving a presentation to villagers SHWAG members Colin Quinn and Doug Wallace said they could provide evidence to back up their view that the wind farm was not appropriate for the area.
Retired training consultant and SHWAG member Rita Sinclair has lived in Holme Lane, Seamer, for six years.