Climate Hustings – Reminder

Borough Council Election Hustings 
In person at venues in Windsor and Maidenhead

RBWM CEC invites you to our own local ‘Question Time’ focused specifically on environmental issues including climate change, net zero, natural environment, waste, energy, transport and air quality. 

In May we have our next council elections. Would you like to ask current councillors more about the council’s efforts to improve energy efficiency in the borough? And to hear from different candidates about their plans for the future?

Who should attend? Current and future RBWM voters

Windsor
7.00pm, Monday 17 April 2023
The Old Court, St Leonards Road

Maidenhead
7.00pm, Thursday 20 April 2023
Furze Platt Senior School (a no smoking venue, no smoking anywhere in the school grounds)

In both cases, the doors open at 6.30 and the events finish at 8.30pm.

What do I need to do? Turn up between 6.30 and 7.00pm with your questions for borough election candidates. Our independent chairs will select the questions. We cannot guarantee that all questions will be raised. 

For further information please email wildmaidenhead@gmail.com or plasticfreewindsor@gmail.com

This event is supported with contributions from the RBWM Climate Emergency Coalition: ECO Action Hub, Filling Good Cooperative, MaidEnergy, RBWM Climate Community, Wild Maidenhead, Wildlife in Ascot, Green Earth Plan, Maidenhead Great Park, Wild Cookham, Wild Windsor

3 thoughts on “Climate Hustings – Reminder

  1. Did any of the candidates cycle to this evening’s event &, if so, where did they lock* it? What would the candidates do to encourage do to encourage cycling in Windsor?

    *This isn’t because I want to steal it, but to more to understand whether they appreciate how the provision (or lack of it) in Windsor can affect the borough’s climate change goals.

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