Wilding Wimborne's aim is to help the reversal of dramatic insect and wildlife loss by bringing the community together to 'Take Action for Insects'.
Wimborne Repair Café are all about fixing things. A place to bring along your items in need of repair that would otherwise be wasted.
Working alongside Nouriish Pop-up Vegan Cafe the Repair Cafe is run by the community, for the community.
This event not only provides repair services but is also a space for people to come together for a social chat and to pass on skills.
What do we mean by Plastic Free?
The banner 'Plastic Free' can be puzzling, even misleading, how can we ever be Plastic Free?
The concept of the Surfers Against Sewage (SAS) Plastic Free communities campaign centres on SINGLE USE plastic such as bottles, bags, coffee cups and straws.
We are winning on waste - Save your waste and help good causes!
Fairtrade puts more power into the hands of sustainable, small-scale producers in developing countries and demonstrates that there are alternatives to large-scale trade - alternatives that work for the producers and for us as consumers.
The Fairtrade Foundation certifies products as fairly traded and awards the Fairtrade Mark and awards Fairtrade Town status.
DorsetCAN (Dorset Climate Action Network) is a network of community groups and individuals working together for a shared vision of a clean, green, sustainable Dorset.
Dorset 2030 is a comprehensive report setting out this vision. Compiled by a team of volunteers, with input from the general public, academics and sustainability professionals it highlights more than 120 case studies of positive steps already taking place by councils, businesses, schools, universities, colleges, and most importantly community groups across the county.
Our aim is to improve and reduce the church’s environmental impact. We recognise that the world is changing fast and it is important to support action to reduce global warming and maintain biodiversity.
We care because it is God’s creation, not ours, and as a church we are committed to safeguard the integrity of creation and to sustaining the life of our planet.
The Minster has twice held Eco-Congregation Awards and since 2017 holds the Eco Church Silver award, which assesses all aspects of church life and management.
Let’s Go Eco is a Facebook Page set up by enthusiastic environmental campaigner Torin.
“I want to help people become more eco friendly and make the World a happy place to live in.”
Torin’s aim is to help people make a difference to the World, however small. Indeed, his slogan is “Every little thing makes a difference”.
On his Facebook page you will see lots of hints and tips about living Greener so why not check it out!