All face to face meetings are cancelled until further notice, for obvious reasons. We may try to set up a Zoom link in the near future so we can catch up, but for now, stay safe and watch this space.
We're facing an emergency - the biggest threat to our very existence and to much of the natural world we've ever seen. And yet our leaders are letting us down.
The solutions to the climate crisis are out there, and they're achievable. So join us to kickstart Climate Action Preston and connect with others who want to make these solutions a reality.
Climate Action Preston is gathering strength. See the latest plans and activities on facebook and twitter, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
FRACKING STILL A DANGER...Fracking and similar oil and gas extraction processes haven't gone away. Stay watchful and keep in touch with developments on Ruth Hayhurst's DRILL OR DROP?, a highly respected, independent website which is funded entirely by donations.
"Discover the latest challenges and successes for woods and trees, and find out how you can makes a difference."
Visit The Larder, Preston's community cafe at 50, Lancaster Road. You can be sure of a friendly welcome, good locally produced food, and all profits go to communities in need. You can find out all about it here.
THE BEAUTY OF RURAL LANCASHIRE
Ethical Shopping Made Easy
Visit Accrington's community-owned eco shop. Their website is here.
Visit The Larder, Preston's community cafe on Lancaster Road. You can find out all about it here.
The Palace Cinema in Longridge is a hidden treasure, one of the oldest independent cinemas in the north west. It's a lovely experience in itself to go there, but the cinema is an asset in its concern for the community and the wider environment. Find out more here.
On the subject of shopping, you can buy health foods and alternative natural products for household and health care from Aphrodite in Priory Lane, Penwortham....or make an appointment to see an alternative medical practitioner....telephone 01772 746555. Or find their Facebook page here.
If you want to purchase plants from an environmentally friendly garden centre, try Ribblesdale Nurseries, Newsham Hall Lane, Woodplumpton, Preston. See their website here. "Our principles include using as few chemicals as possible (almost none) and all home-produced crops are grown in peat free compost. We aim to promote wild life and their benefits. Hopefully our practices encourage wild life at our nursery..."