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Show-the-love. People will use the power of green hearts to show decision makers that we want to see urgent action to tackle climate change, protect nature and bring down bills.
World Wetlands Day – The aim is to draw attention to the vital role of wetlands as a natural solution to cope with climate change.
Wimborne War on Waste hosting a litter pick starting at Fair Ground shop in the Corn Market. All ages welcome and kit available to be borrowed.
National Nest box Week. Time to mend, clear out and put up nest boxes.
Dorset Community Energy hope to build a small ground-mounted solar array by the reservoir at Dottery (on land West Of Atrim Road, Dottery, Dorset DT6 5HS). They plan to make the electricity generated from the proposed array available to local residents via an Energy Local Club. These clubs allow members to buy cheaper electricity direct from a local renewable energy installation; and allow those generating the electricity to achieve slightly larger income than selling direct to the grid.
Planet Wimborne is campaigning for the use of glyphosate to be drastically reduced by Dorset Council and also for the public to be more discriminating in their choice of weed control. This is based on the mounting scientific evidence of the harmful effects of glyphosates, not only to aquatic life but also to insects such as bees. There is also concern that it might be a human carcinogen.
Dorset Council has launched a survey seeking the views of residents and businesses on their priorities for better bus services. However, funding is limited after the Council failed in a bid for government cash earlier this year.
Dorset Council's Bus Service Improvement Plan (BSIP) will be refreshed annually, and has the the key aims to improve public transport in Dorset by: