2 – 8 December
SFADG meeting on Tuesday 26 November, 7.30-9.30
The Repair Café on Saturday Nov 2nd was a great success. 22 people brought 29 items for repair by experts in sewing, bikes, tool sharpening and general repairs. Repairs included patching an inflatable dinghy!
What can we do to maintain our garden and the insect life it contains?
Michael Fuller, Wiltshire’s Butterfly Recorder, spoke about the changing fortunes of Wiltshire butterflies. Wiltshire has a significant proportion of the UK’s total
Wiltshire Council will be debating climate emergency plans at the full Council Meeting on Tuesday 26th November at 10.30am.
Warm and Safe Wiltshire (here) is a service provided by the Centre for Sustainable Energy on behalf of Wiltshire Council and Swindon Borough Council.
Farm and Nature Walk and Talk: our visit to Hartley Farm on 5th October was very interesting
Many groups and individuals have been involved in lobbying Wiltshire Council to take action on climate change over the years, most recently when the climate emergency motions were passed last spring. A small group of mostly XR members have met with councillors, including the climate emergency task group and the deputy leader of the council.
The Council has now produced a paper outlining work to date and future plans
On Saturday November 2nd from 10 -12 we are holding a REPAIR CAFÉ in the Hub on Church St. There will be experts on hand to do sewing, general household, bicycle and tool repairs.