CAP ’23 FoE Workshop

May 13th 10-4 at CEC 32 Flag Market, Preston

Come and put heads together to plan events, projects and campaigns!

Free event facilitated by NW FoE staff member Helen Rimmer who did a similar workshop for us last year.

Report of AGM

The meeting went well, the new constitution to allow more people to share leadership was adopted. An interactive session on ‘what would make Preston a healthy environment? followed.
The Committee for this year is now in place.

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About Climate Action Preston

The objectives of Climate Action Preston are to:

• Hold our local leaders, civic institutions and public agencies to account by monitoring and challenging their climate plans.
• Put local solutions into action.
• Raise public awareness throughout local neighbourhoods, working with local groups and the general public to make our neighbourhoods greener and safer for all.
• Work with all communities and across generations to continuously educate ourselves about the challenges and solutions to the climate and nature emergency.
• Focus as much on biodiversity and nature as on the reduction of individual and institutional carbon footprints.


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

As a Friends of the Earth Local Action Group CAP has signed onto the FoE Charter.
This can be read on the Resource page.
To be a Member of CAP we ask you to agree with the CAP objectives and the Charter.
If you wish to be a Member, please say so in your email – Thanks!


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