Greening Steyning

 Together we can make a difference


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We Have the Power to Impact Our Future, and We’re Doing Something About It

Creating the community we want

Greening Steyning ran a community consultation process last summer to gather everyone’s ideas on what they want to future to look like. With the climate and ecological emergency staring us in the face, we need to take decisive action.  The question we posed was how can we make Steyning, Bramber and Upper Beeding one of the greenest and most sustainable communities in the UK?  The results are now in, and show there’s a strong consensus around the need for action.

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Also Happening…

Lockdown Stories

What have we learned and how can we use this to create a more positive future for ourselves, our community and the environment?

2030 Project

The challenge we’ve set is ambitious: how can we make ours one of the greenest, healthiest and most sustainable communities in the UK?

Green Books

Join us for our new monthly series of online talks by leading environmental authors. The series is designed to engage, educate and inspire! 

Nature Map Project

Get out your wellies, your clipboard, and your coloured pens. We are looking for volunteers to help create a nature map of our area.

1 April – Green Books:  Alice Ross on Investing to Save the Planet

1 April – Green Books: Alice Ross on Investing to Save the Planet

For the third in our popular Green Books series, Financial Times journalist Alice Ross will be talking about her new book, "Investing to save the planet." It's on Thursday 1 April at 7.30-8.30pm with tickets available from: Investing...

27 April – Countdown to 2030

27 April – Countdown to 2030

Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it's the only thing that ever has. (Margaret Mead) 2021 is the most important year for the environment. As Sir David Attenborough, Greta Thunberg and others have made all...

The Scrap Space

The Scrap Space

Emily Phillips runs Adur based community arts non profit social enterprise Over the Moon and they are trying to get The Scrap Space up and running which will be a scrap store to redistribute donated clean non-hazardous scrap that can be reused for art, craft, play and...

Ready to get involved in nurturing our local community and environment?