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Community Group

PAWS (Pangbourne & Whitchurch Sustainainability Group)

"We aim to promote and encourage the development of a sustainable local community."

Who We Help, Why We Help & the Difference It Makes

We aim to promote and encourage the development of a sustainable local community.

Our particular aims are:

  • Reduce community carbon footprint
  • Promote sustainability projects, act as a source of sustainability advice to the community and foster the biodiversity of the local natural

Our Services Are

Free

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What We Do

PAWS is the Pangbourne and Whitchurch Sustainability Group. 

Helping to encourage the development of a sustainable local community. 

Please check out our Facebook page, link in the contact section, and join us at one of our events.

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Volunteer

PAWS has two sub - groups at present; one working on improving active travel facilities in Pangbourne & Whitchurch and another monitoring the bio diversity in and around the villages. If you would like to be involved in either of these groups or are simply interested in building a more sustainable community, please get in touch.

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Connect with PAWS (Pangbourne & Whitchurch Sustainainability Group) today to find out more

Get in touch

Additional Info

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