Stratford-upon-Avon Friends of the Earth is a group of around forty local people campaigning for solutions to environmental problems, the sustainable use of the Earth’s resources, and better protection for nature. We work to save pollinators (especially bees), promote clean energy, and oppose fracking. We run stalls in and around the town and organise public meetings on environmental topics. We meet on a monthly basis to plan our campaign work - and less often just to have fun.
We’re actively campaigning on the problem of plastic pollution, the reduction of town-centre air pollution highlighted in a survey we carried out, and the urgent need to address climate change.
We also manage a wildlife garden in the town to encourage pollinators and we sponsor an annual prize, as part of Stratford in Bloom, for the best wildlife-friendly garden in the town.
The environmental problems we face are serious but joining a group like ours will make a real difference to how effectively we can campaign ‒ and will make you feel better too!
If you want to keep up with what we’re doing, make sure to visit our Facebook page above. New members are always welcome. If you want to get in touch -or even better, join our group - contact us on the form below.
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Stratford-upon-Avon Friends of the Earth is a licenced local group of Friends of the Earth England, Wales & Northern Ireland.
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