Climate change is the biggest challenge humanity faces. How we respond will determine the future of generations to come, the sustainability of our environment and our wellness in the present and near-term.
LA21 provides prizes for Woking Seniors Tea Dance – charities working together
Woking Borough Council supports a large number of charities which are able to provide things which local government simply cannot … More
Last chance to showcase your wildlife garden for Woking In Bloom
Last chance to enter Woking in Bloom! Root out those gardening gloves and go potty with those plants, as residents, … More
Vegan market gets thumbs up from this carnivore
I wandered down to the first Vegan Farmers’ Market held in Walton-On-Thames on Saturday with low expectations of finding anything … More
We Can Break The Chain
Food Assembly, a method of buying and selling food which supports local producers and bypasses the large chains, has come … More
Guerilla Gardening – Incredible Edibles, Woking Needs You!
Incredible Edibles sprang from a grassroots community scheme in England’s North in 2007 to connect people to what they … More
Summmer 2011 newsletter
Woking Local Action 21 Summer newsletter 2011 1 ‘Food and Climate Change’ 22 June 2011, 7.30, HG Wells centre Emily … More
Spring 2010 Newsletter
LA21 Newsletter Spring 2010 1 Introduction 2 Diary dates 3 Free home energy audits 4 10:10 campaign 5 Gardening … More
Spring email newsletter
Spring email newsletter Welcome to the first of our quarterly email newsletters. We plan to keep you up to date … More
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