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7pm to 9pm, 17th May 2017 – Brockenhurst village hall. 

New members are most welcome to join us.

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Dear Members,

We will be holding our next business meeting on Wednesday May 17th at Brockenhurst Village Hall starting at 7pm. We will also be having an informal Green Drinks gathering on April 5th at the Snakecatcher public house in Brockenhurst atarting at 7.00pm.







Vineeta lives in the New Forest and enjoyed walks around the forest with her husband. She loves growing her own food in her backyard and spending time with close friends and family.




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on April 15, 2017

I am sorry to be so vague but the New Forest is a Large area & we have many outlying towns & villages not to come out to the west is what all party candidates do thank goodness someone out here is championing our cause we need more people to consider using natural easy accessible resources Business solar power as well as field generated sectional electricity we have a wave reef that does nothing in the Bournemouth water why was this not fixed to some logical electric supplies there has been a ban on wind farms in thebay but we still have the needles light house if every non used lighthouse was rigged with wind blades & piped into national grid what a cost saving & extra electricity Old Harry Rocks Army camps at Bovington or on Salisbury Plains make use of HMG land for wind plains as no one complains about ancient wind mills but they are still restored with no benefits to modern needs How about using the large number of Locks on the Kennett & Avon Canal to produce Hydro Electric all those Locks do is to waste water going up & down as boats pass there must be a more modern approach to this option thought I would give you a few thoughts to ponder we seem to be stuck in a time warp of using outdated materials & systems our forefathers harnessed recycled items whe throw then away lets think about how we can use our own back door rubbish we want rid of dirty diesel but why is there no bio diesel available Millions of tons of garden waste is composted by local councils could this become a green fuel for diesel cars



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