26 September 2015

Eco Fair 31st October


 

 

 

 



The third Eco Fair will be held in St Peter’s in the centre of Sudbury on 31st October between 10am and 4pm. With free entry, the aim is to encourage everyone to live more sustainable lifestyles. If you are interested in reducing energy consumption, local crafts such as felt making, wood craft or candle making; food whether its gluten free, honey or local meats and foraging, gardening and preserving, there will be something to interest everyone.

There will be a wide range of exhibitors including the following:
The Suffolk Climate Change Partnership’s Community Advisor, John Taylor, will be on the Partnership’s stand providing advice and information for communities and households on how they can become more energy efficient or generate their own energy, as well as the many other actions they can take to help tackle climate change and adopt a more environmentally sustainable lifestyle, helping to make Suffolk the Greenest County. Visitors to the stand can find out about the current funded insulation schemes for homes through Suffolk Energy Action, the financial incentives for installing renewable energy and heating, as well as what help and funding is available for community buildings and community energy projects.


The Suffolk Climate Change Partnership is the county’s lead response on climate change and the transition to a low carbon society and economy. It’s a delivery partner of Suffolk Creating the Greenest County, and its members include all of Suffolk’s Local Authorities as well as other organisations such as the Environment Agency, University Campus Suffolk and Groundwork Suffolk. Its members have a shared interest in supporting Suffolk’s communities, businesses and residents to reduce carbon emissions, save energy and money, and adapt in advance to the future impacts of climate change.

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