An introduction to the ethics and principles of permaculture led by WinACC Executive Director and Permaculture Ambassador Tom Brenan.

Hampshire Climate Action Network met on 10 March 2018. They plan to collaborate on air pollution and influencing the County Council's plans for Hampshire 2050. Other topics were EcoChurch, the Green Growth Strategy and solar power.

We are delighted to announce that this year our annual Fundraising Dinner and Auction of Promises is now SOLD OUT! 

WinACC welcomes much in the latest plans for the Winchester Station area, and asks for changes to make sure the development contributes to a lower carbon Winchester

Highways England's consultation on changes to the M3 junction 9  closed 19 February. 

The Winchester Cycle Working Group has a new name: Cycle Winchester, or CycleWin for short. You'll find them on Facebook and Twitter, with a website to follow shortly.

Our resident alloment holder, Jim, shares some ideas for what to do in the garden in the coming weeks ....

As part of the Big Energy Saving Network, WinACC is very pleased to be able to offer training to teams of advisers in the voluntary sector in the Winchester and Meon Valley areas.

Focused on how to deal with rising energy bills, our BESN Champion, Andy Smale, can provide tailored training and advice on the following subjects:

See WinACC's response to Winchester City Council consultation on a draft Supplementary Planning Document (SPD) for the Central Winchester Regeneration Area (which includes Silver Hill) 5 February 2018.

Drinking water fountains in central Winchester would reduce greenhouse gas emissions (read more)

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