Community is at the heart of what we do. From our community projects to festival pop-ups, our free events and our school programme, we want to share how shifting to a sustainable lifestyle can save you money, improve your health and well-being and is extremely rewarding.
Roman Road Borrow-a-Bag is a community project, aimed at reducing plastic bag use on our high street. Find out more at the Roman Road Borrow-a-Bag facebook page.
Supported by Aberfeldy Big Local and Poplar HARCA, the Aberfeldy Food Coop combined healthy cooking workshops with information on how to start a food coop.
"One of the biggest privileges of working with Sunny Jar Eco Hub over the last couple of years has been seeing the genuine impact they are making in their communities, making sustainable, low-waste and environmentally friendly lifestyles accessible, achievable and affordable. Their zero-waste nights (always sell-out events) and workshops are brilliant in showing participants how small and simple changes in their own lifestyles can make a big difference to the well-being of the planet and they do this in ways that are engaging and, crucially, fun! Together, Maud and Linda are a dream to work with and their commitment and dedication to making a long-lasting environmental change from a grassroots level are inspiring and motivating."
Beth Watton, Artistic Director of Poplar Union