The village club at Goodworth Clatford hosted a display of environmental goods and services which encouraged the village to go green.
"Terena Plowright and David Benwell did a tremendous job in launching this campaign in the village, which was supported by Goodworth Clatford Parish Council. There were some very informative displays, showing how people could save money by using environmentally friendly lightbulbs, insulating their lofts and making a series of other minor changes to their lifestyles would help save the planet".
Clatford School mounted a display as part of the event, and the theme was that every little action to save energy helps to reduce pollution and slows down the rate at which valuable resources are used up. People can save money now - and even more in the future - if the price of energy rises and they get in to the habit of doing a number of simple things which reduce energy consumption.
"People were invited to make a number of commitments which would help turn the village green, and enable it to make a useful contribution to mitigating the damages caused by environmental pollution".