We have commissioned advice from the Wildlife Trust on how to nurture nature and improve biodiversity in our town. Lots of people have been sharing pictures of the wildflowers have thrived during lockdown, including orchids, wild garlic, ladysmock flowers and daisies en masse. All these flowers provide vital nutrients to wildlife; and allowing the grassContinue reading “Greening Southwell”
Comments have been invited on the proposal to develop a solar farm in Halloughton capable of generating 50MW, covering 107 hectares. This will generate enough renewable power to generate the equivalent annual energy needs of around 12,209 homes and will not require subsidies as the costs of solar PV have fallen 90% since 2009. FullContinue reading “Halloughton Solar Farm”
A year ago one of our co-founders, Ruth Murray, embarked upon a challenge. An organisation called Living Lent presented a choice of 6 ways to do Lent differently in order to benefit the planet. Ruth chose the ‘Local Living’ challenge – to eat food only produced within 30 miles for the duration of Lent. ThisContinue reading “Learning through Lent”
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