ELHAM TALK TO INSPIRE KENT VILLAGES TO GO GREEN
Gemma Watts, PR & Events Manager, Protect Kent
20 October 2010
The village of Elham is in the centre of a beautiful chalk-land valley near Canterbury. In 2007, Elham was chosen by Kent County Council with assistance from the Kent Energy Centre, as one of four villages in Kent, to pioneer local efforts to cut carbon emissions.
The Elham Low Carbon Initiative (ELCI) was launched to reduce the collective carbon emissions of the village by 20% over the first year.
Reverend Canon David Ratcliff, Chairman of the Elham Environmental Group (EEG) - set up to steer the programme, will be addressing Protect Kent Canterbury’s AGM on Monday 8th November from 7.30pm.
The meeting is open to all and is a fantastic opportunity to learn more about the work of the Protect Kent Canterbury Committee within the City. There will be chance to have your say on local planning or environmental issues.
The AGM will take place at Thanington Neighbourhood Resource Centre, Ashford Road, Canterbury, Kent, CT1 3XR. Wine will be served from 7pm, the AGM will commence at 7.30pm.
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