What are the most important walking routes, and how could we make them more attractive so that people want to walk?
A chance to get help to work on your bike and learn how to look after your bike after a ride.
The Renewable Energy action group promotes increased use of renewable energy in Winchester district by raising awareness influencing local policies and promoting locally based, larger scale renewable energy generation schemes.
Chaired by Richard Ritchie.
A public debate on how the result of the EU referendum will affect environmental regulation in the UK, organised by Friends of the Earth, Blackwater Valley.
The Action Group promotes low carbon waste management in Winchester District by encouraging waste reduction, reuse and recycling in order to reduce the district’s greenhouse gas emissions.
If you are passionate about waste reduction and want to be part of a growing movement of local people, contact us on email@example.com
Incredible Edible will be creating a Vertical Garden in Abbey Gardens for the Hat fair weekend 2016. Come and see how you can growing things in impossible spaces. This living installation will be filled with edible flowers and vegetables that everybody can try. If you can grow it here, you can grow it anywhere!
On Sunday 3 Jul between 11 and 1 you can come and take free plants and food away.
Incredible edible is all about sharing food and knowledge with the public, by connecting people with food and the growing process.
On Sunday 3 July the Hat Fair is based at Orams Arbour and The Waste Action group will be there with a stall to delight, entertain and educate all members of the family.
- Come and play the ever popular Rubbish game at the Hat Fair and win prizes everytime.
- Find out about the Food waste collection campaign we have planned to demand food waste collection for all household in the UK.
- See how you can make a difference with creative reuse, reduction and recycling.
At our meeting on 21 May the WinACC SELF City group explored in more detail the issues of WinACC's outreach and the completeness of its network. We also began to identify areas of our work with scope for development and how solutions could be identified to address these perceived weaknesses.
This meeting will continue this process and will examine examples of successful network development from comparable organisations.