We are a community action group operating in Harwell village. We work on sustainability projects and welcome participation by all. Join us to help tackle climate change, reduce waste and pollution and improve our environment.
The Repair cafe on 15th Feb, was jointly organised by the Church Environment Group, the Scouts, and Sustainable Didcot.
The Group officers and Alan Spence who is leading the project which lobbies for new house to be more sustainable all met recently to consider a response to the new Future Homes Standard which the Government is currently consulting on.
Here are the minutes of the last meeting held in Dec. We’ve tried to keep them as short as possible and hopefully the main points will be conveyed.
A page with links to sites which may be of interest to members of Sustainable Harwell.
The Hive Refill Station visits Harwell Village Hall main car park (or ill be in the hall foyer) every second Sunday 1700-900 hrs. Please see the calendar for dates and exact times.
Many thanks to those of you who attended the meeting and for those who were not able to make it for your continued support of Sustainable Harwell. I have attached the meeting minutes and summary notes about each of the five action areas the Group voted to take forward during the summer.
As we start to think about community actions that we can take, we all still need to grow our individual actions. Energy use is a key issue for all of us. This BBC quiz helps to understand more about energy and may help you think of new things that you could do.