Winchester Action on Climate Change (WinACC) works to cut the carbon footprint of Winchester district. We are local residents, businesses and policy-makers, working together to tread more lightly on the planet. Together, we can create a better future.
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Please support Sparsholt College Planning Application for the Hampshire Renewable Energy Demonstration Centre and Green Gas Mill by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org - application number 16/01679/FUL.
City councillors have decided to look again at options for developing the Station Approach area of Winchester.
Kings Worthy took to the streets on Friday 22 July to find the shortest routes around the village, the cheeky shortcuts and where signposts would help.
Over 80 people ranging from Peter Symonds College and University of Winchester students to the Leader of the City Council spent a day in lively discussion about what makes Winchester special and what it should be like in the future.
Ideas and issues raised included:
Winchester city council are inviting the public's views to feed into the review of their car parking strategy for 2014-2018. The city council online survey will be live until 30 August.
As part of its Feet First campaign, which is designed to promote walking in all its forms, Winchester City Council has organised an event with the Winchester Ramblers Association for Sunday 4 September. “Winchester City Twin Peaks” will involve routes via St Giles and St Catherine’s Hills where you can take in the beautiful views of the city below and will be led by walkers from the Ramblers Association. There will be three and five mile options both of which will start at the Durngate car park at 10.30am.
Come get inspired ... Go Green your home!
The pioneering owner of one of the UK's most eco-friendly SuperHomes will host free Open Days in Southampton between Thu 8 – Sun 11 September. SuperHomes are older homes refurbished by their owners for greater comfort, lower bills and fewer carbon emissions - at least 60% less!
Incredible Edible Winchester this month will be having a tour of Sparsholt Agricultural college, followed by an executive meeting about the direction the group wants to take in the next 12 months.
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The chair is Clare Shorter.
How to challenge your pension fund to carry out its legal duty to take account of climate risks, with experts from ShareAction and ClientEarth. Relevant whether you are already drawing your pension or still paying into one, in a private or local government pension.