26 August 2021


Young Peoples' Climate Crisis Workshop


Saturday 4th September, 10am


Love Cleeve logoAs a part of the 'Love Cleeve' Community Festival we are facilitating a young peoples' workshop.

Are you eager to do more about the climate crisis? After all, it's your generation that is going to be most affected. This event is for young people aged 12 and over who are keen to learn more about how to use personal and political processes to create and accelerate change.

It will be attended by two of our Green Councillors: Bridget Petty and Phil Neve.

For more information and tickets - see the Love Cleeve website.


Take the jump!


JUMP logoThe JUMP is backed by leading science, which tells us that the millions of people living in relative comfort must make the six shifts if we’re going to avoid planetary meltdown.

This grassroots movement offers the community and the tools to help along the way. Visit the JUMP website to check out what you might be able to do!


Solar Together


Solar Together logoAs the UN calls for ‘immediate, rapid and large-scale reductions in greenhouse gas emissions’, residents across North Somerset will get their chance to save money on their energy bills, and play their part in cutting carbon emissions. It is all thanks to a new scheme launched by the West of England Combined Authority and supported by North Somerset Council.

By banding together, residents will be able to get cheaper deals to install solar panels and set up a battery storage system at their home, as part of ‘Solar Together West of England’. 

This new scheme will make the process easier. It means North Somerset residents can generate their own clean electricity, save money on their energy bills, and play an important part in our collective efforts to cut harmful carbon emissions and reach our ambitious net zero targets.

Homeowners across North Somerset can register to take part by visiting the Solar Together website.

People who already have solar panels installed can also register to have battery storage added to their existing solar panels to maximise the benefits of their system. 







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