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Greening Evesham – Next Steps

by Chris Haynes on March 6, 2019

The event on 23rd February was a great success – except that…

…we had roughly twice the number we had expected:- there were 87 attendees (we had expected around 40).

This lead to unavoidable crowded tables and noise issues during the breakout sessions. We tried re-arranging the tables, but some still had problems hearing, for which we apologise.

Overall, however, people seemed very happy with the event. Around 60 people stayed for the breakout sessions, and 53 completed response forms – which are proving very helpful.

  • 20 people said the event had had a big impact on their commitment, while
  • 21 said it had improved their commitment somewhat.

The intention of Greening Evesham is to encourage and support community projects. The responses showed that people are keen to participate:

  • 11 offered to help organize projects,
  • 21 want to take part and
  • 10 want to be kept informed.

The event assessments were:

Very good Good OK Poor
Main talk 33 16 3
Discussion 15 15 10
Breakout groups 13 18 11 1
Report back 6 24 7
Next steps 6 13 6 1
Facilities 13 21 7 2
Overall Event 21 11 2 1


Next Steps

We are currently preparing a list of possible projects. We will put them onto an interactive  web page and invite people (by eMail) to express their interests in them.

The output of this ‘voting’ will go into the next event, to which all are again invited. There is a tentative date for this  – Saturday April 6th – but this is yet to be confirmed and no venue has yet been booked.

At this event we expect project groups to form; they will then organize their own meetings and activities.

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Vale Magazine features ‘Climate Change in The Vale’ event

February 3, 2019

The Cotswold and Vale magazine for February 2019  features our forthcoming “Climate Change in the Vale” event: Our Planet – Greening Evesham’s innovation invite. (PDF- 11 MB) The 6-page spread features our guest speaker Julia Goodfellow-Smith of Al Gore’s Climate Reality … Continue reading

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Climate Change in the Vale – 23 Feb. 2019

February 2, 2019

Further information and tickets available from: or contact us at Please feel free to download and display the above poster if you wish to share the event with others.

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Growing The Vale Way – LoveEvesham Event April 2018

May 3, 2018

This project will develop a site close to the centre of Evesham that will be an outdoor museum and hub for the interpretation of the story of market gardening and its significance to the landscape and people of the Vale. … Continue reading

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Wychavon Intelligently Green Awards 2018

April 4, 2018
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Get Drastic with Plastic!

January 16, 2018

  Transition Evesham, Vale has launched a major campaign aimed at reducing plastic usage in the Vale of Evesham by 50% in 2018. Campaign leaders and supporters gathered in Evesham Market Place on a chilly Monday morning to kickstart the initiative. David Haslam … Continue reading

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A big Thank You!

November 23, 2017

The TEV Coordinating Group were joined yesterday by Liz Etheridge of Wychavon District Council and Becky Lashley of Worcestershire County Council. Liz and Becky have worked tirelessly over the last two years pulling together a Heritage Lottery Fund bid for … Continue reading

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Vale Landscape Heritage Trust Newsletter August 2017

October 25, 2017

VLHT Newsletter Autumn 2017

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TEV AGM 7.00pm 17th October at The Fleece Inn, Bretforton

September 29, 2017

Please see below invitation to the Transition Evesham Vale AGM. It promises to be an enjoyable and enlightening evening – we hope you can join us!

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What’s your footprint?

September 6, 2017

Conservation International is giving you the chance to calculate and then offset your carbon footprint.

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