Welcome to Havant Climate Alliance. We recently co-ordinated a fantastic week of events under the banner The Havant Big Green Week. This week in September showcased all the amazing things local groups are doing on climate and environment that are making our borough better for everyone.
If you were inspired by the Havant Big Green Week or would like to get more involved on environmental action do get in touch. Our next event is about enabling more cycling and walking in the borough. Sign up to this online event which takes place on 13 October. We hope you’d like to get involved.
We send mailings to our supporters about what’s happening locally and you can sign up on Havant Climate Alliance Action Network
Why not come along to one of our meetings? We meet via Zoom on the first and third Wednesdays plus a public meeting on the second Wednesday of the month. Details in the diary below. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you’d like the links.
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