Alresford's Green Living Hub
New Leaf offers local information and guidance, encouraging our community to adopt the positive changes needed to tackle climate change, promote sustainability and protect our local environment and wildlife.
Find out why it is time to turn over a New Leaf and what we can do in our day to day lives to help tackle climate change. We will show you how to get started, and you can use our assessment and checklists to help you on your journey.
Discover the local resources available and find out what others within our community are doing to support sustainability.
We all need to work together and do our bit in the fight against climate change, so join in and turn over a New Leaf today!
Why it's time to turn over a New Leaf
Time left to the climate change tipping point
‘Climate Change could be irreversible by 2030’
From the IPCC Report 2019
What's happening in our community
Thermal Imaging Camera Loan
New Alresford Town Council has purchased a thermal imaging camera to help Alresford residents reduce their carbon emissions and winter fuel bills. The camera allows
Happy New Year!
The arrival of a new year is a good opportunity to consider any changes we might want to make. Rather than making sudden adjustments, you
Reusable Plastic Cup Hire
New Leaf Alresford has acquired Pint and Half Pint reusable plastic cups, rescued from stock left over from the Alresford Music Festival and we are
Gardening for Wildlife – December
Linda Bingham Gardening for wildlife December is a time when most people start to prepare for Christmas and the garden is left alone to return
Grow it Yourself – November
Jobs in the garden are naturally diminishing at this time of year, but there are still a few things to do. At the start of
Grow it Yourself Tips – October
Autumn is upon us! It’s the time of year when we start wrapping things up, bringing things in and battening down the hatches. If you
Gardening for Wildlife – September & October
Linda Bingham Gardening for wildlife Season of mists and mellow fruitfulness… from ‘To Autumn’, by John Keats September can be a month of changes as
Grow it Yourself Tips – September
In September, GIY gardeners will continue to harvest produce and sow crops for Winter, but towards the end of the month we need to start
Gardening for Wildlife – August
Linda Bingham Gardening for wildlife August is generally thought of as the month for holidays and enjoying family time. Now that Covid restrictions are almost