Sustainable Woodstock

We aim to raise public awareness among the residents of Woodstock and beyond on the climate emergency, energy conservation, sustainable travel, waste reduction, recycling,
bio-diversity, sustainable economics and respect for the planet. 
We work with councils, Woodstock Town Council, schools and churches, Blenheim Palace, businesses, the Farmers Market and the Woodstock trade association, Wake Up to Woodstock

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For more news and older information  go to the  Sustainable Woodstock Noticeboard

Sustainable Woodstock's feedback to the Botley West consultation can be read here (click to download a pdf file)

Please read flyer below on community benefits (Botley West)

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Recording of the event organised to help with our understanding why we need to start generating clean energy without delay and why our neighbourhood is being considered for a large solar farm. The evening was organised by Sustainable Woodstock and Sian Godwin, editor of 'Community' magazine (Woodstock & Bladon News). Thanks to Zoe Broughton for recording.

Volunteers managing the woodland and orchard - March 2023

A44 - A Highway to Hell

Sustainable Woodstock calls upon Woodstock Town Council and Oxfordshire County Council to Implement a 20 mph Speed Limits on the A44 and to Build an Off-Road Cycle Pedestrian Path From Old Woodstock


 Parents and school children call for urgent action on Road Safety on the A44 Manor Road Woodstock
(pictures courtesy of Cyrus Mower)

more details on the Cycle Safe Routes page here .......


Sustainability is often defined as meeting the needs of present generations without risking the ability of futures generations to meet their own needs and should lead to a better quality of life for everyone, now and for generations to come.   Local actions are now influencing changes nationally and internationally and by working with our community, our projects and campaigns have a greater likelihood of success. We are interested in raising awareness on issues such as climate change