Green & Healthy Summer Update

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It’s been a busy few months at Green & Healthy Frome. Last week we hosted and supported numerous events for Frome’s Great Big Green Week, from a green picnic to a clothes swap and even a food waste event where everything on the menu was rubbish!

We’ve also been hosting all our usual activities including Healthy Homes energy advice sessions (support is available for hot weather as well as cold), Future Shed’s networks of action, Green Community Connector training and free e-bike hire with Cycle Together. For more on what’s coming up and ways to get involved, click here.

You might have seen our new flyers about our impact from the first two years of the Green & Healthy Frome programme. Our team is dedicated to taking and inspiring action on health and climate in Frome and we produced a flyer to share what has been achieved so far. Check out the digital version here.

In other news, as we ramp up our activities following our funding success, we have a few new members joining the team. We’ll share more on this soon and hope you’ll join us in welcoming them.

Some of our activities will run at a slower pace over the summer as staff take a well-earned rest. There’s still plenty to get involved with in the meantime and we’ll be working hard behind the scenes to offer lots of exciting new events and projects in the autumn. Watch this space!

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