We are a group of local residents from all walks of life who run projects to increase our personal and planetary happiness in the areas of:
- Nature Conservation
- Political influence
- Local Economy
See the What We're Doing tab for more information
Support something you care about
- Invites to regular social events
- Inspiring talks, films and events
- A chance to book events before they open to the public
- Regular updates on existing projects
- The opportunity to get stuck in at whatever level suits you!
Monday 10th february,7-9pm local plan eco-input.
Concerned about the impacts of local growth and development on climate change, wildlife, sustainable transport? About getting more eco-homes in the right places at affordable prices for our younger and older people? The two Councils (SCDC and Cambridge City) are collaborating in making a joint Local Plan - and want to get input from everyone young and old, about what really matters. Come and have your say on “the most important document most people have never heard of”
FRIDAY 14TH FEBRUARY. FOR THE LOVE OF... PLEDGES FOR THE FUTURE...3-4.30PM ON THE GREEN
Make a pledge for the love of the planet, your family, future generations or your wellbeing. We'll be on the Green from 3pm, or send us your pledge by email if you can't make it!
THURSDAY 26TH MARCH. "WOMAN AT WAR" FILM/SOCIAL NIGHT. 7.45PM
Nicole and Pete's, 1 Merrington Place, Impington. Bring a tipple and nestle down to enjoy this brilliant Icelandic drama/comedy about a woman intent on some very direct action. It scores 97% on Rotten Tomatoes and is 101mins long. Free.
Wednesday 1st April. Visit to Amey Recycling Centre 10-12
Have you ever wondered what happens to your waste after it is has been collected from your home? If so, then book yourself a free place on a Journey through Waste following the path of your waste and recycling from its collection to processing and beyond. (see the Events tab for more details)
SUNDAY 19TH APRIL. HI SUSTAINABILITY AT THE CAMBRIDGE LITERARY FESTIVAL 11am-1pm
David Attenborough Building, New Museums Site, Cambridge. CB23QZ
The grassroots environmental activity in our village is inspiring others, we’ve been invited to take part as panellists in the Literary Festival’s session ‘Being Part of the Solution – How Cambridge Residents are Taking on the Climate Crisis’. Helena Perry will represent the group. More details re the Festival at https://www.cambridgeliteraryfestival.com/
MONDAY 20TH april STEERING COMMITTEE MEETING AT A PUB NEAR YOU!
Anyone is welcome to join us to shape and organise our future events. Drop us a line to check location and time.