We Need Your Views!

Local to the Wantage area? At Sustainable Wantage, we want to hear your views on the environment to help us prioritise what we do – whether it’s about transport issues, what and where to recycle or how green your home energy is. Fill in our community survey by 3rd December and you’ll also have the chance to win a fantastic £100 local shopping voucher. Please give us your views here: SUSTAINABLE WANTAGE COMMUNITY SURVEY. Thanks to Wantage Town Council for their support with this project.

Sustainable Wantage is a Community Action Group, part of a network of over 80 similar CAGs across Oxfordshire, focused on activities that protect and enhance our natural environment and strengthen our local community. We are run by volunteers interested in actions that have a positive impact and increase our resourcefulness and resilience as a community.

The Wantage Mix

The Mix Community Space on Mill Street is our home in Wantage town centre. Although we have reduced activities during the Covid-19 crisis, we are open again for food Goody Bags during the week and on Saturday mornings for refills of toiletries and detergents.

You can also follow us on Facebook at The Mix Community Fridge FB and The Mix FB for the latest news.

Wild Wantage is a new project in partnership with Wantage Town Council, with the aims of transforming our green spaces, promoting biodiversity of local species and encouraging everyone in the community to get involved. Visit our Wild Wantage section for loads of great resources and ways you can help.

Over in Charlton, The Wantage Market Garden Project is a fantastic community garden we support as a partnership project. At the moment, we have small groups of volunteers on Sundays: visit our Facebook page for the latest news.

Pewit Plantation

Pewit Plantation is a small woodland near the Ridgeway that we are managing via a lease, with the Woodland Trust. It is open to the public, with Scouts and Forest Schools being among the visitors to enjoy the space and wonderful view.

Top Lock Meadow

Wildflowers are the focus at the Top Lock Meadow on Mably Way, an ongoing project to create a haven for wildlife. This is one of the Sustainable Wantage Growing Projects supported by volunteers and aimed at enhancing local biodiversity.

Updates on all our activities including Green Drinks, our monthly social, can be found in the Sustainable Wantage newsletter along with the latest environmental news and tips.

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