Community Led Climate Action

April 29, 2024
Published by Lorna Prescott

Planet Cheltenham began when a small group of people from different backgrounds in Cheltenham realised they shared concerns about the climate crisis. Now they deliver and have developed a number of community based activities and solutions to help raise awareness of the dangers of climate change and offer locally based answers to challenging issues. These include:

  • A Youth Climate Group
  • A Library of Things
  • A Climate Changemakers project
  • Energy saving events
  • A Doughnut Economics Peer Learning Journey

Members of the team behind Dudley People’s School for Climate Justice have been encouraged and inspired by and learned from Planet Cheltenham. We invite you to do the same in a lunchtime conversation about community led climate action with Raechel Kelly, one of the founders of Planet Cheltenham.

Join us for conversation about community led climate action at CoLab Dudley, with Raechel Kelly, founder of Planet Cheltenham.

Tuesday 14 May
@ CoLab Dudley, 201a High Street, Dudley, Dy1 1QQ

Reserve your spot on Eventbrite

What to expect

  • A warm welcome.
  • A lovely cuppa ~ we’ll have great coffee brewing and the kettle on for tea making.
  • Inspiring and encouraging conversation about action people are taking in their communities in the face of concerns about climate change and related crises.
  • Information about support locally for community led climate action through Dudley People’s School for Climate Justice.

This conversation will be hosted by Lorna Prescott, from Dudley CVS and CoLab Dudley. Lorna is one of the team leading Dudley People’s School for Climate Justice.

What to bring

Any or all of the following…

  • A sarnie or whatever you fancy for your lunch.
  • Questions about climate action in communities.
  • Ideas about action you’d like to take around caring for people, planet and our futures.

Find out more about Planet Cheltenham


Insta: @planetcheltenhaminsta

Twitter: @PlanetChelt


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