Get involved

“A small group of determined and like – minded people can change the course of history” Mahatma Gandhi

Regular activities

Monthly Guided Walks: 1st Sunday of each month 10am. Walks start and finish at the Town Hall steps. We recommend you come armed with wet weather gear and strong boots.

Environmental films: Screened at The Croft Hall, RG17 0HY

Swap shops: Free events to encourage us to have a good clear out and re-home our pre-loved items. Held in East Garston and Hungerford, a couple of times a year.

Food Festival: We organise this major annual event, held at the Town Hall in September.

We’re always looking for new members

If you’d like to get involved with HEAT and have the odd hour here or there or more time to spare, please get in touch. We’re always looking for volunteers to help with one-off projects, and to promote what’s going on. It’s a great way to meet new friends and have some fun.

History of HEAT

Back in 2006 there was increasing local and national concern about climate change. “An Inconvenient Truth”, Al Gore Film was shown to members of the Hungerford Town Council at the Corn Exchange. The Hungerford Town Council’s Environment and Planning committee regarded the issue of climate change beyond their remit with existing resources. Following the expression of public opinion at the Annual Parish Meeting that year The Hungerford Environmental Action Team was established by a small group of local people interested in their community and environmental issues.

Since then we have held regular and one-off activities, depending upon the interests of HEAT members.

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