We are aiming to make a difference here in Charlbury. To way the we think about Rubbish, Buildings, Transport and many other everyday issues. The two we are currently focussed on are “Plastic-Smart Charlbury” and “Lower Energy Buildings“.
We are also running a number of very popular Events and Green Drinks in Charlbury. All are welcome to come along and join in.
What ideas do you have? Please get in touch..
Sustainable Charlbury is a charity which aims to stimulate our community to step up to address the big challenges the planet faces by starting local. By coming together, we are able to crowd-source solutions. Being human is a team effort and by working together we can increase our chances of making a difference.
In practice, we are reclaiming the economy, sparking entrepreneurship, reimagining work, re-skilling themselves and weaving webs of connection and support. One of the key ways it spreads is through telling inspiring stories, and that’s what we aim to do on this website. We really hope you feel inspired to take part, we’d be honoured if you did.
Southill Solar – our first major venture – created a new cooperative company for Charlbury, supplying green electricity, and with hundreds of members.
Get in touch. Share your ideas….
Sustainable Charlbury’s relaunch is being driven by a group of local people – Alice Brander, Tim Crisp, Mark Luntley, Liz Reason, Mark Gregory and Simon Warrick.
As a Charitable Incorporated Organisation, people can join us as members to help move things forward. Everyone can have their say, and the more people who join in, the more SusCha will develop into a positive, empowering network as part of a can-do community that cares about the planet and wants to be part of the solution.
We work alongside Charlbury Green Hub.
In the past Sustainable Charlbury has benefited from funding from Charlbury Beer Festival, Charlbury Town Council and Artists Project Earth, Midcounties Coop, West Oxfordshire District Council, Cottsway Housing Association and TOE2 (Trust for Oxfordshire’s Environment)