ENERGY CONSERVATION and carbon footprints are hot topics for many people these days, driven by a combination of rising fuel costs and concerns about global climate change. Now Lambley is taking a lead in ecological awareness by holding its first Green Day.
The event is organised by the Lambley Parish Plan Group in conjunction with the MP for Sherwood, Mark Spencer, and the Floralands Garden Village (which is owned by Spencer). It will provide an opportunity for suppliers of ecological products and services to showcase their offerings and provide information to help people improve their own eco-credentials.
Lambley Green Day will be held on Saturday 25 June 2011 at Floralands Garden Village, Catfoot Lane Lambley, from 10am to 4pm, and will be free to visit.
We’re told that a number of providers have already signed up, but that there is still space for others. Among the products on display will be wood burning stoves, alternative fuels, solar installations, organic food, electric cars, and more.
Any further providers who may wish to take part in Lambley Green Day should email the Parish Plan Group on firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
dumbles.co.uk will publish further details of the event nearer the time.