Save some money while you save the planet at North Tawton

By Alan Quick   |   Editorial Manager/Photojournalist   |
Saturday 21st May 2022 6:00 am
North Tawton.
North Tawton. (Alan Quick, Crediton Courier )

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NORTH Tawton is to hold a Climate Day where the public can explore ways of cutting fuel costs, minimising waste and living more cheaply – at the same time reducing impact on the environment.

The event, organised by North Tawton Town Council in conjunction with the town’s Nature and Sustainability Group, will reveal the town’s Carbon Footprint, and invite suggestions for how to reduce it.

Stalls from Tamar Energy Community and Eco Green Partners will provide information on reducing fuel costs with insulation and renewable energy, and other stalls will give tips on small changes in lifestyle that can save money and reduce waste.

Organiser Ruth Testa Chair of NTTC says: “There will also be ideas for producing your own food and encouraging wildlife diversity in your garden.

“Or you can just come and learn a bit more about what has caused the world’s climate emergency and where the planet is headed if we don’t control climate change. Tea and coffee will be available.”

The drop-in event is tomorrow, Sunday, May 22 from 2pm until 5pm in North Tawton Community Centre, Barton Street. It is not restricted to residents of North Tawton.


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