November 2015

Join Transition Town Romsey to find out more about how we can reduce, reuse and recycle more of our waste particularly over the Christmas period.

Fruits of Fulflood have lots of home made Jams and Chutneys available to buy with many gift wrapped especially for Christmas. They have everything from Crab Apple Jelly, Tomato Chutney to Mincemeat and Membillo. You can even try before you buy at their stall at St Paul's Church at the Pre-School shopping evening.

Find out about low cost, healthy, sustainable travel. Sustainable Business Network breakfast on 27 November 27 at the Holiday Inn, Winchester from 8.00am.

Help show that people in and around Alton care about the effects of climate change. The Alton Climate Alliance is holding an event at the Public Gardens on Saturday 28 November to let politicians know that Alton is counting on them to work for a binding agreement on climate at the Paris conference.

WinACC is organising a People's Procession for Paris to show our support for a fair, strong, legally binding, global climate deal which limits temperature rises to below 2degrees C.

2015 is a crucial year for the future of humanity, leading up to the Paris  climate conference in December. 

Gather in Abbey Gardens Winchester at 10.00 am

A party from Winchester will travel together to the national demonstration in support of a binding global deal on emissions. Join us.

People in Southampton will demonstrate that they care about our environment and climate, to give our government the courage and motivation to take the steps they need to ensure we protect our planet for our future and that of our children. Planning meeting on Sunday 1 November at 12noon at the Art House Cafe.

December 2015

A Winchester City Council and Hampshire Chamber of Commerce event for local businesses which will look at the Council's budget plans and large scale projects.

Our open meetings are the ideal way to newcomers to meet people and find out about what's going on in Winchester on climate change. We aim to be friendly, welcoming and lively, and to thrash out our view on important policy issues at each meeting.