On National Clean Air Day, WinACC and partners created opportunities for people to learn more about the relationship between clean air and the health of people and the planet, find out what's been done and make their views known. Download the materials here.

The planning application for the new Sport & Leisure Park at Bar End to replace River Park Leisure Centre will shortly be submitted. Then WinACC will send in its comments, and you can do the same. Check this page if you want to see winACC's thinking, once the application is published.
Germaine Greer is appearing at the Theatre Royal, Winchester to give a talk entitled 'Women for life on earth: the inevitability of ecofeminism'  on Sunday 3 June.
For more please see the Theatre Royal website.

Winchester Discovery Centre are showing an entertaining and informative David Bond film ‘Project Wild Thing’.

Logo for film

Cycle Winchester are holding a mass cycle ride on the morning of Saturday 12th May.

Part Bicycle

WinACC's Transport Action Group invited people to tell us how much they walk, comment on the route between Winchester Station and the Buttercross in the High St, and give us ideas about how to improve walking in Winchester town.

An introduction to the ethics and principles of permaculture led by WinACC Executive Director and Permaculture Ambassador Tom Brenan.

Hampshire Climate Action Network met on 10 March 2018. They plan to collaborate on air pollution and influencing the County Council's plans for Hampshire 2050. Other topics were EcoChurch, the Green Growth Strategy and solar power.

We are delighted to announce that this year our annual Fundraising Dinner and Auction of Promises is now SOLD OUT! 

WinACC welcomes much in the latest plans for the Winchester Station area, and asks for changes to make sure the development contributes to a lower carbon Winchester