Working together to make our Wigsley, Harby and Thorney community more climate-friendly.
We are a green network for people interested in the environment and in protecting our planet for future generations, by taking action locally. Our mission is to develop and lead environmental projects which will help reduce our community’s carbon footprint, increase awareness of green issues and promote sustainability in our community.
WH&T Going Green Resource Hub
Subscribe to Our Eco Living Blog
We share ideas and inspiration in our weekly blogs. Sign up for new eco living ideas and see how we can together reduce our environmental impact.
Join in! Our Projects & Events
We run projects and organise events that inspire support for environmental action, such as wildlife projects, expert talks as well as informal meets.
Access Your Local Resources
We work with the Newark and Sherwood District Council to access help and resources that are available to our local community.
How Climate Friendly is Our Local Community?
of our household waste is reused, recycled, or composted, compared with 68% in similar local authorities. There is so much more we can all do to reduce our waste.
of Newark and Sherwood homes are well insulated. The Energy Savings Trust is calling for all homes to be at least EPC C-rated by 2030.
of commuter journeys are made by public transport, cycling and walking, compared to 30% in similar council areas.
of our land is covered by trees. Trees are vital in absorbing CO2 from the atmosphere. The NSDC are undertaking a major programme of tree planting projects.
See the area’s full dataset and recommendations here.