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Zero Carbon Haddenham?
Walter Rose Room (Village Hall)
Friday, 8pm, 19th July

On Monday 24th June, Haddenham became the first community in Bucks to declare a climate emergency.

We need your energy and ideas to do something about it — especially to provide advice and support to the parish council (at their request) — but you may not be aware of what's already happening.

Did you know ...

1) Haddenham Parish Council's 2015 Neighbourhood Plan includes the objective to transition to zero carbon;

2) Haddenham was a Finalist in the 2011 National Climate Change Awards ("Best Community Initiative");

3) Since 2008, Haddenham villagers have been working on a series of climate-focused initiatives that are local, specific, and achievable.

But more needs to be done!

Interested? Join us at:

Zero Carbon Haddenham?
Walter Rose Room (Village Hall)
Friday, 8pm, 19th July

Michael Talbot, on behalf of Haddenham in Transition
https://m.facebook.com/haddenhamintransition/

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