Our duck race team Flash floods in Ludlow The Island of Annet in the Scillies on a clear day.   Vapour trails from aircraft leave their mark. Our very own Forest Garden All Electric: 0 to 60 in 3.7 seconds, Range 200+ miles Top Speed 120 New generation Electric Cars 100 mile range The Duck Races - in May every year Electric Bikes - Healthy and good for our hills MP Philip Dunne racing by pedal power
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Another electric car about to arrive in the Strettons.

Well, it’s been 8 months since my new, electric car, the BMW i3 Rex was ordered – does it really take that long for most other vehicles to be delivered? In fact such has been the popularity of BMW’s first electric car, they have doubled production to stop the order book getting even longer. I’ve ...

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We Support Acton Scott Solar Farm

Stretton Climate Care supports the proposed Solar Farm at Henley near Acton Scott. In principle we believe this and similar schemes are vital to expand the development of renewable energy in order to reduce greenhouse gas emissions which are contributing to climate change. The Acton Scott proposal has been carefully drawn up and the accompanying landscape assessment ...

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Our Forest Garden

Two of the Stretton Climate Care members have their very own Forest Garden. Once established a Forest Garden is a low maintenance sustainable system. It can provide owners with fruit, perennial vegetables, shrubs, and herbs. Mixing these foods and plants in a way that will mimic the structure of a natural forest provides sustainability. Read more

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Electric Car Breakthrough as New Batteries Announced

Everyone says the big problem with electric cars is their range and the loss over time of battery capacity.  Well, perhaps we've seen another big step towards a solution!  PowerJapan Plus have announced a new battery that's more powerful and charges quicker than Lithium -ion, uses no nasty rare or heavy metals, is 100% recyclable and doesn't decay ...

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Carding Mill Valley Duck Race Entrants

All 80 entrants in this years Duck Races on SATURDAY 17th MAY at Carding Mill Valley have been declared fit.  There will be TEN races, from 11.00am to 4.00pm.  Ducks are 50p a go, with prizes for 1st 2nd 3rd and last. AND there will be a Nissan Leaf All Electric Car on show. Fun ...

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