Sustainability website launched

A new website has been launched this month by ‘Your Children’s Future’, a small group of individuals from the Bridgnorth area, headed up by Elfrida Hughes, global sustainable development adviser for Shell International, Nick Armstrong, Rector of Alveley and Quatt and William Withers of website designers Crystal Thought.

“The aim of the new website is to help people to reduce their environmental footprint as a contribution to a better future for all our children” said Bob Ensum of Sustainable Bridgnorth. The website contains information about local food, services, recycling and local energy as well as general information about sustainability. To see the site, go to: www.bridgnorth.yourchildren’sfuture.co.uk

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