Meet someone who can tell you why your house isn't as warm as it should be
What if your next home improvement was also an improvement for the planet?
Find out about grants to help low income houses install insulation and better heating
Get cleaning product refills delivered in an electric van
Sandwich bags to re-use again and again
Electric bikes - more zooms and less fumes.
Rainforests- an alternative approach and a range of treats that dogs will love
An opportunity to answer so many questions you have about the climate and nature crisis, and find viable ways of responding as an individual.
Changing up your lifestyle in small ways can add up to a big difference over time. Imagine the impact of being part of an army of people all making those important changes!
There are three events happening in the Town Centre on May 13th: here's what you can do...
We're shouting out a big "thank you" to Missing Bean in Stert Street for supporting our stallholders with discounted coffees.
To walk from the Market Place to the talk venue please exit the Market Place between R&R cafe and Gatwards Jewellers, cross over the road using the crossing point and then turn right and walk past the church, past the archway until you reach the grassed area. Turn left into here and find the Roysse Room as soon as you enter through the door ahead of you.
Scroll down for full details of each talk. Booking not necessary. Please arrive ten minutes before the start time to ensure a place.
Hannah Scott (CEO of Oxfordshire Greentech) and Michelle Charlesworth (Co-Founder of One Planet Abingdon Climate Emergency Centre) will aim to inspire you by sharing what their respective communities are doing to tackle the climate crisis. In particular, we will be talking about the sustainability framework and vision that guides all of One Planet Abingdon’s activities, what they’ve achieved so far, and how they plan to make Abingdon into a happier, healthier and greener community that is responding to the climate crisis with speed and ambition.
Find out more about thermographic imaging and how it can help you understand where you are wasting money by heating the outside of your house!
Catherine Ryan, Community Engagement Manager at Low Carbon Hub.
Helen Watts from Oxford Brookes University will give advice for energy saving in the home and workplace.
This event is curated so we will be checking that exhibiting organisations fit with the aims and ethos of the Eco-Fair. We will pick up your details after you register your interest with us and will contact you to learn more about what you do/offer.
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