Mossy Life


Green news and updates from across the regions…


Shropshire teachers will soon be able to help their pupils learn to ride a bike, after Shropshire Council was chosen to take part in the third phase of the Bikeability Trust’s In-School Cycle Training Pilot. Latest update from Shropshire Council Newsroom: The pilot will launch in September [2023] and will give teachers and teaching assistants […]

Telford & Wrekin Council will legally challenge the government’s decision to allow Steeraway Solar Farm to go ahead. Latest update from Telford and Wrekin Council Newsroom: The council believes there

Telford & Wrekin Council are asking commuters to try active commuting to help them save money, be healthier and combat climate change. Latest update from Telford and Wrekin Council Newsroom:

Telford & Wrekin Council has marked Clean Air Day today (15 June) by announcing that it has added a further eight electric vehicles to its fleet. Latest update from Telford

Telford and Wrekin Council is about to begin work to enhance a community green space in Wellington. Latest update from Telford and Wrekin Council Newsroom: Murphy Field, which is protected

Residents are in for a ‘buzzing’ summer, as Telford and Wrekin Council, teams up with Shropshire Wildlife Trust to offer free activity sessions during the summer. Latest update from Telford

Shropshire residents are to be asked for their views on Shropshire Council’s highways and transport services – from the condition of roads and footpaths to the quality of cycling facilities

Is this the UK’s most sustainable and ethical large-scale rooftop solar installation? Latest update from Big Solar Co-op on the Shropshire Council online Newsroom: Pioneering UK-wide community energy business the

Two projects that aim to provide nature-based solutions to reducing flooding on the River Severn are to go ahead after gaining the approval of Shropshire Council’s Cabinet today, 7 June

Small businesses across Shropshire have identified 15 tonnes of carbon output in a year, after signing up to a partnership project funded by Shropshire Council. Latest update from Shropshire Council

People are being asked to get involved and have a say on what matters to them in Shropshire’s Great Outdoors annual survey. Latest update from Shropshire Council Newsroom: The Annual

Shropshire Council has seen a further decrease in its gross carbon emissions in the last year, according to a performance report due before Cabinet next week (Wednesday 7 June 2023). Latest

A Shropshire worm farmer has sought expert advice from a council-run project on how to make his eco-friendly business more sustainable. Latest update from Shropshire Council Newsroom: Luke Boxall, who

Gloucestershire County Council have launched their Wild Gloucestershire campaign that aims to support local biodiversity across Gloucestershire. Latest update from Gloucestershire Council Newsroom: We are excited to announce the launch

Shropshire Council has been awarded more than £600,000 from the Government’s active travel fund following a successful application for funding. Latest update from Shropshire Council Newsroom: Shropshire Council has been

Shropshire community projects have benefitted from nearly £100,000 of funding thanks to grants generated by a county solar farm. Latest update from Shropshire and Telford Community Energy through the Shropshire

Warwickshire’s parents and carers and their children are encouraged to take part in walk to school week between 15 and 19 May. Latest update from Warwickshire Council Newsroom: Walk to

The tree planting season has come to an end and the county council is proud to announce that 130,006 trees have been planted this season. Latest update from Gloucestershire Council

It’s great news for Warwickshire residents as Warwickshire County Council announces its new climate change adaptation action plan. Latest update from Warwickshire Council Newsroom: Flooding, extreme heat, wildfires, drought and

People in Staffordshire are being urged not to cut their grass in May and to join Plantlife’s annual No Mow May campaign. Latest update from Staffordshire Council Newsroom: The campaign

Public drop-in events are being held next week for people to find out more about a planned new cycle route between the Prince of Wales Stadium and the Racecourse Roundabout

Shropshire Council is demonstrating its commitment to the climate strategy by continuing to target carbon literacy training at key staff and senior managers. Latest update from Shropshire Council Newsroom: The