Green news and updates from across the regions…


New walking and cycling facilities are set to be built in two areas of Gloucestershire as part of the 26-mile cycle spine. Latest update from Gloucestershire Council Newsroom: At a meeting on Wednesday 29 March, Gloucestershire County Council’s Cabinet will be asked to approve a procurement exercise for the construction of two new routes in […]

Cheshire West and Chester Council has once more joined forces with Cheshire Constabulary’s Rural Crime team to carry out intensive enforcement across the borough to tackle fly-tipping and waste transfer

News from Shrewsbury Big Town Plan Partnership Latest update from Shropshire Council Newsroom: A study looking into how people could travel in and around Shrewsbury in the future is due

More than 103,000 wheelie bins for recycling cans, glass and plastic have been delivered to homes across the Shropshire Council area in less than a year. Latest update from Shropshire

News from Shropshire County Council’s partners Marches Energy Agency Latest update from Shropshire Council Newsroom: People across Shropshire are recognising the importance of making their homes as energy efficient as

A project that will encourage people to cycle more by helping to teach people how to ride and fix bikes, provide courses in schools, and skill up volunteer “Ride Leaders,”

Shropshire Council’s Cabinet is being asked to support a plan to make Much Wenlock’s Windmill Hill a Local Nature Reserve (LNR). Much Wenlock Town Council has asked for the land

Following the introduction of the first moss filter in Hereford in the summer, two further moss filters are now being installed in the City. Latest update from Herefordshire Council Newsroom:

An eco grant will help an Oakengates business cafe cut down on its water usage and install more energy efficient appliances. Latest update from Telford and Wrekin Council Newsroom: Business

Telford & Wrekin Council is proud to announce its participation in Keep Britain Tidy’s annual Great British Spring Clean and are calling on others to lend a hand too. Latest

Despite the recent severe weather, spring is here, and Cheshire West and Chester Council is planning to give the borough’s spring clean an extra boost this year. Latest update from

Cheshire West and Chester Council is setting out further details of its plans to support residents of Whitby, Ellesmere Port, to have a democratic voice on the proposals for a

Cheshire East Council has received the green light to carry out major improvements to an urban cycle and walking route in the borough, creating a more user-friendly and safer journey.

Residents had noticed the amount of litter in Bowring Park, Wellington was increasing after football games each weekend. Proactively a small group of them decided to do something about it

A popular shop in Wellington which prides itself on plastic free shopping is launching a series of new healthy products thanks to a Pride in Our High Street diversification grant.

Organisations in Telford and Wrekin can apply for grants from a pot of around £50,000 to fund projects to boost the use of the borough’s green spaces for physical activity.

Liz Pinfield-Wells has recently been seen in the news showcasing her dedication to climate action through the set up of a Terracycle recycling point in her own front yard. Liz

Walkers at a Shropshire beauty spot have hit out at the scale of litter and dog waste abandoned. Latest update from BBC Newsroom: Article by Rob Trigg, BBC Radio Shropshire:

Communities in Powys are being urged to join Spring Clean Cymru 2023 and help pick up the litter that blights our local environment. Latest update from Powys County Council Newsroom:

New walking and cycling routes are being proposed in Shropshire under a 10-year plan aimed at getting more people active. Latest update from BBC Newsroom: The proposals focus on seven

Party Kit Network Founder Isabel Mack explains the changes coming into effect later this year. Environmental Secretary Thérèse Coffey has announced that the government will ban single-use plastic plates, bowls

Gloucestershire Recycles wants people to recycle their broken electricals as they launch their latest campaign, ‘Recycle Your Electricals’. Latest update from Gloucestershire Council Newsroom: The campaign aims to encourage more