What’s on

Tuesday 7th April, 8pm, Windhill Church Centre

Our next project planning meeting. Everyone is welcome to join.

Thursday 6th April, 7pm-9pm, Bishop’s Stortford

Climate Cafe

A safe and welcoming space where people can explore their feelings around climate change and connect on this most urgent of issues. More information

Contact Joe on joseph.mishan@phonecoop.coop for the venue details.

Sunday 16th April, 11:30am-1:30pm, River Stort

Grow Green Spaces

We’re gradually clearing the area behind the cinema to plant native shrubs and wildflowers. Come and join us to continue clearing the area in preparation for planting in the autumn. Bring a spade, fork, gloves and a drink. Some tools and lots of cake provided. More information

Saturday 13th May, 2:30 – 5:30pm, The Bullfields Centre, Sawbridgeworth

Repair cafe

Broken toys, electrical, computers, sewing, bicycles or household items? Wish you could fix them to avoid landfill? The volunteers at the repair cafe can help. More information


Old River Lane development

We are objecting to the demolition application for Charringtons House and the United Reform Church Hall because demolition and re-building will waste far more carbon than just refurbishing the existing buildings. The biodiversity impacts, particularly on bats and swifts, have also not need assessed.

Read more here

Goods Yard development

You can still submit comments on the East Herts planning website for the Solum Goods Yard development in the Bishop’s Stortford railway car park.

Our photo here shows the area of watercress and bullrushes at the south end of the site that will be lost if the application is approved.


Tuesday 24th May
How to save energy

How to save energy – for the climate and to reduce costs – by carbon reduction expert Chris Dunham.

Download presentation slides

Tuesday 22nd February
‘Where Does Our Waste Go?’

Duncan Jones from the Herts Waste Partnership explained how waste is managed and how our recycling schemes work

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Outline planning for the massive Harlow and Gilston Garden Town was approved by East Herts this week. The houses will have PV and heat pumps, so there are some good aspects, but it’s still not a net-zero development. There is no spare carbon budget for developments like this. Our planning web page has our comments in more detailbishopsstortfordclimategroup.org/index.php/planning/ See MoreSee Less
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Next working date for Grow Green Spaces is Sunday 19th March See MoreSee Less
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For those who have signed up to our newsletter… We’ve decided to post future news and updates on our website and on the social media rather than sending our a newsletter. Hopefully a quicker and easier way to communicate. Thanks to all who subscribed. See MoreSee Less
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