All welcome to Dorset green charity’s annual get together on Saturday 23 November
· Keynote talk from Hugo House of Good Energy on renewable energy in Dorset at da21’s Annual General Meeting
· Hear the latest on a £1 million project to promote greener living and help tackle climate change in West Dorset.
A keynote speech from Hugo House, of Good Energy and the latest on a £1million project to promote greener living in West Dorset are two great reasons to come along to da21’s Annual General Meeting.
The event takes place in St. George’s Church Hall, Fordington, Dorchester, at 10.30am on 23 November and is free to everyone.
da21 is an environmental charity that works with local people, businesses, education, government and other organisations to encourage sustainable living in Dorset. Da21, in collaboration with local partners from the voluntary, statutory and business sectors, recently secured £960,000 to work with communities in Dorchester, Bridport and surrounding areas.
Good Energy are a South West company, based in Wiltshire and were the first dedicated 100% renewable electricity supplier. They supply over 35,000 customers and support over 55,000 homes, business and communities generating their own energy.
“I’d encourage anyone who has an interest in environmental issues to come along,” says da21’s Chairman Andrew Barker. “It’s a great chance to hear some inspirational thinking, catch up on how we’re working for a greener Dorset and meet like-minded people over a bit of lunch.”
da21’s AGM is at St.George’s Church Hall, High Street Fordington, Dorchester, DT1 1LB 10.30am-1pm, on Saturday 23 November.