Cop26 – How can we do our bit? – Updated!

SCT, Green Stow and Stow Primary School are working together to arrange a weekend of activities at the end of the Cop26 conference on 13th and 14th November.

On Saturday 13th November from 12pm – 4pm, come along to the Station House to get some ideas on how to reduce your carbon footprint. There will be lots of stalls and activities for us all to share ideas on how we can reduce waste, save money and have fun!

The following day, on Sunday 14th November, Nigel Miller has kindly agreed to host a farm visit at Stagehall to let you see the great work that he is doing to support the climate change emergency. We’ll be following this up with a Q&A panel session in the Station House with other local farmers to hear from them directly on the efforts that are being taken locally to improve our local environment.


Stow Station House is looking fabulous in advance of Saturday’s Local to Global event. There are lots of stalls, activities, clothes and toy swaps lined up and maybe some of our star Disrupters from Stow Primary School! Come along between 12-4pm, you’ll be very welcome!

Remember too, the farm visit to Stagehall takes place on Sunday at 2pm followed by a Q&A session at the Station House at 4pm. Local farmers, Nigel Miller and Julia Campbell have kindly agreed to be on the panel for what is sure to be a lively conversation!

If you intend to come along to the farm visit, please make sure you pick up a free ticket from the Post Office. This will help us manage numbers. If you are coming, don’t forget to wear wellies and waterproofs!