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Latest Past Events

Gardening for Wildlife- talk by Helen Gillingham

illminster Arts Centre 35 East Street, Illminster

Join Green Illminster for a talk on creating wildlife habitats with Helen Gillingham from Transition Town Wellington. Helen will share her personal experience and insights from the 2021 booklet, covering topics such as making reptile hibernaculums, bat boxes, bug hotels, and growing wildflowers. You'll leave with plenty of ideas to try at home.


Action for Somerset’s Future event

The Albemarle Centre, TA1 1BA The Albemarle Centre,, Taunton

A joint event by Somerset Climate Action Network, Community Action Groups Somerset and Somerset Local Nature Partnership. Booking is essential, click here. 'Action for Somerset's Future' is an interactive day of developing connection across Somerset communities to encourage climate action and community wellbeing. All are welcome including individuals, community groups and councils. Join us for…


PAT Testing Workshop (CAG Somerset network members only)

Woolavington Village Hall Woolavington Village Hall, Higher Rd,, Woolavington,

Join us for our next community PAT testing workshop! Our last course was fully-booked so please reserve your space to avoid disappointment. This will be a fun afternoon of learning and improving our PAT Testing skills with Robert Horn, Community Buildings Advisor. Light refreshments will be provided. Please feel free to bring along your own PAT tester to practice…

People powered change

We support and help community action groups who focus on re-use, repair, reduction, sharing, surplus food or composting.

A picture of a community allotment. wooden planters are in neat rows with small paths between them. Within the planters are different green leafy plants of varying heights. In some planters are canes growing peas. All plants appear to be seasonal summer vegetables. To the back right of the image are some sheds and the community allotment continues right through the image