Priston 2121 is a brand-new, long-term initiative to stimulate, facilitate and celebrate the things we can do together in response to the changing climate.
The initiative is a response to Priston Parish Council's declaration of a Climate & Ecological Emergency at its meeting in January 2121. The Council asked Priston Action Group for the Environment (PAGE) to take the lead in organising Priston's response to the Emergency.
What kind of village are we going to leave for the next four generations and more?
How can we:
The Forum in the Village Hall in October is your opportunity to shape what we can do now, to ask questions, to find out what others have been doing, to get involved.
Let’s fix the future!
|11.30am - 4.00pm.||
|4 - 6pm.|
|12 noon - 2pm||
|Throughout the day||
There was a lot of enthusiasm to learn more about energy-saving ideas and ways to preserve biodiversity at the Forum. At least 70 people came to the village hall over the course of the weekend, including a good number of village children. Quite a number of people visited households with new heating systems and Amanda’s yoga session was successful.
You can view photos of the display boards as they looked at the end of the weekend, with all the post-it notes and handwritten comments made by participants. So, if you missed the event, you can get an idea of what sort of things were discussed.
You will want to know what happens now! Several themes were prominent:
We shall be following up these points over the coming months. In the meantime, there are links below to sites about energy saving and how to promote biodiversity. In particular, there is a helpful piece from Which? magazine about the best 'green' energy suppliers. If you have useful information and/or would like to help us follow up on the Forum, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Organised by PAGE - Supported by Priston Parish Council
To get involved early, contact us at email@example.com