Get involved in the movement to a low carbon Winchester
Sign the WinACC Pledge if you haven’t already done so.
Download a list of 30 practical ways you can help.
Or read on for other ideas....
Come to an open meeting
10.30-12.00 (10.00 for refreshments and socialising) on the first Saturday of odd months (January, March, May, July, September, November) in 2013, at St Lawrence Parish Room, Colebrook St. Winchester. Find out what's going on, join in the debates and plan future activities.
WinACC has joined forces with Friends of the Earth to offer open eco-workshops on the second Tuesday evening of even months (April, June, August, October, December) in 2013 to give practical information to help you reduce your carbon footprint. 7.30 refreshments, 7.45 - 9.15 at United Church, Jewry Street, Winchester.
Take action in a WinACC Action Group
Action Groups are often on the lookout for new recruits. Our Science and Technology Advisory Panel is looking for a sociologist with relevant experience of social change, and a green economist. WinACC is also keen to hear from anyone interested in forming a new Action Group.
Further information on WinACC's Action Groups.
Become a low carbon champion
Volunteer your time in the WinACC office
Organise an event
WinACC is always on the lookout for volunteers who are willing to help organise events on the challenges of human-caused climate change and the benefits of low carbon living. Whether you’re a fully-fledged event manager or just someone who likes to organise, get in touch.
Make a donation
We have lots of ideas about how to cut Winchester district's carbon footprint, but what we can do depends on how much money and time we have. If you can help us do more by making a one-off or regular donation, please visit our donations page to find out how.
To get involved in or find out more about any of the above, contact us.
And if you haven't already signed the WinACC Pledge, please do so straight away