Successful First Youth Eco Conference!

Our First Youth Eco Conference saw over 100 pupils from across Hampshire gather to discuss key environmental issues. In October, we launched our first eco conference for schools from across Hampshire in conjunction with the Hampshire Youth Parliament. The well-attended event, held at Winchester College, saw secondary pupils learn, reflect and discuss key environmental issues…

Kids Christmas 600m Park Run and Tyre Pull

Take part in our Christmas run and tyre pull at Emsworth Recreation Ground, raising money for our charity and Verity’s Gift. Join us for a Christmas mission to put our hearts and ‘soles’ into a sustainable season. Let’s run together for clean seas and to support young lives. Wear your oldest, swapped or handmade costumes…

Saving Christmas Jumpers from Landfill!

‘Tis the season! Halloween is over and we are heading towards the festivities of Christmas and all the joy it brings to so many. One of the rising stars of the Christmas season over recent years has been the Christmas Jumper. Love them or hate them, no doubt you will see them everywhere again this…

The Nurdle Hurdle

What Are Nurdles and How Do They Harm Our Environment? By Beth Raffell, Guest Blogger Plastic pollution is everywhere, found in all shapes and sizes across our parks, gardens, coastlines and in our oceans. But have you heard about nurdles? Nurdles can be described as small plastic pellets that are about the size of a…

Halloween. How to avoid scary amounts of waste!

Fancy Dress Costumes Every year, we buy thousands of new Halloween Costumes. These are often made from polyester or other synthetic plastic fibres. And every year, huge numbers of these costumes are thrown away. In fact, a study in 2017 estimated that the previous year, a whopping 7 million costumes were disposed of in the…