Derbyshire Dales District Council is hosting its very first 'Go Green' event in Matlock's Hall Leys Park on Saturday 30 July from 10am to 3pm.
The free-to-enter, family-friendly event will showcase solutions to the climate and biodiversity crisis, encouraging residents, businesses and visitors to reduce their carbon footprint by making lifestyle changes such as reducing energy use, generating less waste, becoming more active and encouraging biodiversity in their gardens.
Whilst the candidates for Conservatives debate on TV whether Boris Johnson was a liar (for most apparently not sure!) and the definition of a woman the Daily Mirror carried a story which has much more relevance for the daily lives of electors
Sorry, I don't know. But I do know that the range of plausible dates is wide open - from only a couple of months away through to January 2025. And that whenever the date is, we also have a massive round of local elections in May.
Which is why we need to step up our campaigning, capacity building and planning through the second half of this year. Even if this Parliament goes its full term, the benefits of extra canvassing, member recruitment and training this summer will still be considerable.