August 2018

11 August 2018

Highlights of Hampshire Climate Action Network 14 July 2018. Here are the main points. Next meeting Sat 13 October 9.30-1.00 in Basingstoke.

July 2018

23 July 2018

WinACC (Winchester Action on Climate Change) has highlighted a number of concerns over the carbon footprint and transport implications of the proposed new leisure centre at Bar End.

5 July 2018

Could you help us inspire sustainable living across Winchester District?

WinACC works to lower the carbon footprint of Winchester District by inspiring sustainable living. Our vision is for the district to have zero greenhouse gas emissions and to be a beacon for action on climate change. Can you help us realise this vision by becoming a WinACC Trustee?

5 July 2018

On National Clean Air Day, WinACC and partners created opportunities for people to learn more about the relationship between clean air and the health of people and the planet, find out what's been done and make their views known. Download the materials here.

June 2018

30 June 2018

Gayzer Frackman has offered his thanks for the tremendous support which has enabled him and his team to reach an important stage in their legal challenge of fracking.

Mr Frackman adds:

13 June 2018
The planning application for the new Sport & Leisure Park at Bar End to replace River Park Leisure Centre will shortly be submitted. Then WinACC will send in its comments, and you can do the same. Check this page if you want to see winACC's thinking, once the application is published.
Winchester City Council, the University of Winchester, Hampshire County Council and The Pinder Trust invite people to  an exhibition of the proposals, with the team available to answer questions, will be open in the Wintonian Room at Winchester Guildhall :

May 2018

30 May 2018
Germaine Greer is appearing at the Theatre Royal, Winchester to give a talk entitled 'Women for life on earth: the inevitability of ecofeminism'  on Sunday 3 June.
For more please see the Theatre Royal website.
4 May 2018

Winchester Discovery Centre are showing an entertaining and informative David Bond film ‘Project Wild Thing’.

Logo for film

The film follows the dream of one father to reconnect his children with nature. It is followed by a Q&A session with a team of panellists including representatives from a local wildlife trust and an environmental learning leader.

4 May 2018

Cycle Winchester are holding a mass cycle ride on the morning of Saturday 12th May.

Part Bicycle

Feeder rides begin from Kings Worthy, Harestock, Weeke, Badger Farm and Stanmore at 10:00 followed by a cycle procession through the town centre and a gathering in Abbey Gardens for speeches, free bike doctor, and a celebration photo.

1 May 2018

WinACC's Transport Action Group invited people to tell us how much they walk, comment on the route between Winchester Station and the Buttercross in the High St, and give us ideas about how to improve walking in Winchester town.

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