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The next Meeting
will be the
Annual General Meeting

1.30pm Saturday 11th February at the
Climate Emergency Centre, 32 Flag Market PR1 2AR.
ALL WELCOME!

1pm – Shared food (please bring plant-based/vegan snacks)

1.30pm – AGM
Agenda
1. Welcome and Introductions
2. Apologies
3. Achievements of CAP – overview of the projects including Preston Pedals, Repair Cafe, Community Energy Preston
4. Proposal of revised Constitution
    Election of Officers
5. Treasurer’s Report
6. Date for 1st meeting of Committee
6. AOB
2.30pm – Interactive session facilitated by Helen Rimmer the Regional Campaigns officer at Friends of the Earth North-West
‘What would a healthy environment look like for Preston and how can we achieve it?’
3.30pm Finish

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About Climate Action Preston

Climate Action Preston exists to:

  • raise public awareness of the Climate and Nature emergencies.
  • put local solutions into action.
  • hold our elected representatives to account.
  • educate ourselves about the issues, working with others towards a sustainable future.

Welcome

All are welcome! Please email secretary@climateactionpreston.org to be added to the mailing list .

Activities

Preston Pedals increasing everyday cycling
Preston Solar Action
Warmer Homes Preston
Repair Cafe Preston
Children’s Clothing Library