A free opportunity to learn some energy saving tips and speak to people that have actually installed energy saving equipment into their homes.
CheltenhamZero is moving forwards and gathering pace. Our dedicated website was unveiled in December, cheltenhamzero.org. Members of the CheltenhamZero initiative can upload their organisational/group profile, logo and showcase examples of how they are contributing to help Cheltenham reach Net Zero Carbon by 2030. A business community workshop was held in January where members learnt about […]
The R&R Cafe next Fix 5th Mar Repairs take place on the 1st Saturday of the month between 10:00-1:00, apart from January when there is no session, at St Andrew’s Church, Montpellier St., Cheltenham, GL501SP. Repairs are free, but donations are gratefully encouraged to keep the project going. https://www.youtube.com/embed/TH47fiUw4hI?rel=0&showinfo=0 – Learn about what we do. […]
Reclaim is Open Monday-Saturday 9:30-4:30 Come and join our team. In addition to working at Reclaim we have social evenings and days out. New volunteers welcome give us a call or drop in and ask for David Twyning. Reclaim is currently supported by the Social Enterprise Support Fund and we thank the players of the […]
Lansdown Community Composting Club is the first such site in Gloucestershire. It is a local group formed to promote the management of garden waste in an efficient, sustainable and eco-friendly way. It is located within the grounds of Well Close House, Lansdown Parade. Membership of the club is £15/year/household. Membership automatically enrols you has a […]
If you want to help us and, interested in joining our group or want to learn how to grow things, weather permitting we meet on site each Monday evening between 6:00-7:30 during the growing season (except Bank Holidays). Our voluntary sessions have stopped for the moment an we will return again in the Spring. Annecy […]
The Greenhouse Effect has been known about for over 100 years, but only now are we taking it more seriously than in the past, because the world’s global temperature has already risen 1C since the beginning of the Industrial Revolution and if the world gets too hot, everyone and everything will die. The 2016 Paris […]