May 2016

25 May 2016

A celebration of two local food initiatives in Winchester city.

25 May 2016

Inspired by the vertical planters in the last Incredible Edible Newsletter , Sam Watts thought she’d give it a go after a local garage owner agreed to give her some spare tyres.

25 May 2016

Some herbal teas that you can make from the Incredible Edible planters at Winchester Station.

23 May 2016

Questions and answers from Incredible Edible Winchester and Friends of the Earth Gardeners' Question Time.

19 May 2016

As the new City Council prepares to review its car parking strategy, WinACC publishes a substantial report on car parks in and near Winchester town.

19 May 2016

The BID's own data analysed by WinACC Transport Action Group provides no evidence to support the argument that the closure of Friarsgate car park led to fewer people in Winchester town centre. See report.

17 May 2016

At a well-attended meeting on 30 April 2016, climate change activists from the Andover, Basingstoke, the New Forest, Southampton, Winchester and elsewhere swapped news and ideas about:

16 May 2016

During 2015 the media started connecting climate change with the conflict in Syria and subsequent refugee movements across Europe in response to new research making this connection. Other reports mentioned this research while examining other major events. A new report from the Climate and Migration Coalition examines whether those media reports accurately represented the research.

16 May 2016

Winchester BID and Winchester City Council have recently been involved in discussions with Enterprise Rent-a-Car about improving traffic congestion across the city centre. They would like to explore the appetite for introducing a city car club for organisations in Winchester. If you are interested please respond to their survey.

16 May 2016

For the next two years, the Carbon Trust is providing an attractive support package including a cost contribution of up to £10,000 to help small and medium sized companies identify energy saving opportunities and install energy efficient equipment.

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