Village encouraged to help prevent climate change

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Residents living in Rowlands Castle will be invited to a meeting to discuss how they can have an impact on climate change.

The meeting will encourage people living in the area to go green and help the environment.

Guests at the event will be given a brief presentation by Terena Plowright, who launched the national Go Green campaign.

She will lead a discussion to address the challenges of climate change in the village.

The meeting will take place on Tuesday, October 13, in the Parish Hall, in Links Lane, at 7.30pm