Towards a socially responsible and sustainable community


Actively caring for our environment and the wellbeing of current and future generations


NEW March 2022 Composting Workshop Saturday 19th March 2021  See more HERE


NEW February 2022  Williams Hall Spinney. Managing and coppicing to create new wildlife habitats See more  HERE 

NEW January 2022 Hedge Planting at the Village Hall Saturday 29th January 2021  See more HERE

Reusing 2021 Christmas Cards - One small step to reusing and cutting consumption - See more HERE

A Wildlife Photo Competition, raising awareness of the natural world within our Stoke St Gregory. Photos to be taken by the end of May 2022. See more HERE

Envirofair 2021 The first environment day was a great success. The fantastic effort made by members of the Group was rewarded by the positive feedback from members of our community. See the report HERE

Karen Housgo's booklet, THE GREEN HOME: Small Steps to a Cleaner Home and Planet has been very well received, with well over a hundred copies sold. See more HERE 

Litter Picking: This activity is already making a difference, but areas still looking for volunteers include Meare Green, Griggs Hill, Dark Lane, Polkes Field, Churley, Curload and Windmill. If you can take on any or part of these (or indeed parts of those roads already covered), do please get in touch. More HERE

Footpath Group: Formed in the spring of 2021 as an offshoot of the Stoke Environment Group, the aim is to encourage people to walk round and across fields and vary their walks to get to know the lovely countryside that surrounds the village. See more HERE



PHOTO COMPETITION: Don't forget the Stoke Wildlife Photo Competition. Deadline end of May. Details HERE

OPEN GARDEN: Hillcrest, Curload Hill, 7th & 8th May. Details HERE

VILLAGE WALKS: Eight circular walks around Stoke now available to download HERE

NEXT MEETING: Wednesday 20th April 2022 7.30 pm Parish Church Room. All welcome - bring your ideas

See the Agenda HERE

Feb 2022: Update to LINKS page with links to ideas and articles that have been featured on our Facebook page

Our Vision Statement


A rural community that is friendly, inclusive and resilient, where people share skills, ideas, knowledge, experience and time.  A connected and healthy community, where everyone can get around with minimal carbon emissions.  A green community that is rich in wildlife, that encourages biodiversity and cares for all species.  An empowered community, where every individual can make a positive difference for the benefit of all.  A socially responsible and sustainable community where we actively care for our environment and the wellbeing of current and future generations.

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