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“Together we can make a real difference”


SSH


is a recently formed network of local councils and sustainability groups in the South Hams, working together in response to the climate and environmental emergency


which the UK government declared in 2019. It helps link action groups for the sharing of ideas, occasional pooling of resources and support for new groups. An easy-to-use map on our website lets you see key information and contacts for each group. There are regular meetings for sharing information and for collaborating on wider projects. Sustainablesouthhams.org


Dartmouth A group of concerned residents from the Dartmouth Cluster of communities recently launched Sustainable Dartmouth, a project aimed at increasing awareness amongst residents, local councils, businesses and other organizations, of the vital importance of environmental issues. Apart from learning what we can do personally to help the natural world, we have launched a website forum, responded to the Dartmouth Neighbourhood Development Consultation, linked up with existing sustainability groups within the Dartmouth Cluster and we are developing publicity material for distribution to local organizations, businesses and individuals. We meet fortnightly over Zoom, and new members are very welcome. Email Steve Smith (info@ daffs.org) to join the Zoom meetings. http://www.daffs.org/


Blackawton Sustainable Blackawton serve to support environmental and sustainable ideas and objectives in the parish. We normally meet monthly and have recently sponsored a film night, planted trees, daffodils, and wild flowers and set up a recycle collection for non-kerbside plastic. Further planting schemes are in abeyance pending the release from covid-19 restrictions. See our website https://


blackawtoncommunity.com/ sustainable-blackawton/ Email Robin Mewes for details - robin@blackawtoncommunity.com


Ditisham


Sustainable Dittisham, or SusDit, works in the rough area of the parish of Dittisham and surrounding areas. We collaborate with the parish council and with other groups in the area, most notably Sustainable Blackawton. Currently, we have a habitat review in progress which has mapped the land owned or managed by the parish council, made suggestions for changes to the maintenance schedule and suggestions for habitat enhancements. This will not only enhance the biodiversity of the area, but should also represent a year-on-year saving in maintenance costs. SusDit are members of DCEN -


Devon Community Energy Network. Sune Nightingale represents us and the parish council on the South Hams Climate Change and Biodiversity Community Forum group. Email her at coordinator@ sustainabledittisham.org Visit our website : Sustainabledittisham.org


Kingswear A group - Sustainable Kingswear - is now up and running following a really good response to the flyer delivery in May! The first get together was by Zoom on May 28th, with discussion notes sent to everyone who had responded. The knowledge amongst our residents and enthusiasm for building a sustainable local environment was really encouraging. Ideas and priorities so far include * Encouraging sustainable housing improvements and energy sources * Introducing more flora, fauna and biodiversity into the village * Tackling river/water pollution and litter * Encouraging education liaison and activity We are trying to meet our present needs without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their needs. If you’d like to know more, email: sustainablekingswear@ gmail.com


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