WI will be giving out green hearts to start conversation about climate change

Ruth Moore, Gwen Benn, Marion Dean, July Cope and Sue Brown at the Hemingford Grey WI.

Ruth Moore, Gwen Benn, Marion Dean, July Cope and Sue Brown at the Hemingford Grey WI. - Credit: Archant

The Langley lunchtime group made the woollen green hearts as part of the WI’s move to bring about 100 per cent clean energy within a generation. Members will be taking the hearts along to the Dobbie’s Garden Centre, in Huntingdon, on Saturday and giving them out to customers in order to publicise the campaign.

They hope to engage in conversation with younger people and children on the topic of climate change. In 2018, members made green hearts and sent them to MPs and organised community events.

The Langley WI meets on the second Wednesday of the month, from midday till 2pm, at the Hemingford Grey Reading Rooms. Anyone wishing to join the group is welcome to go along.


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