Bollington 2030

In 2019 Bollington Town Council declared a Climate Emergency so affirming a strong and positive commitment to take action on climate change.

This is a working page and will be regularly updated with information, resources and events related to carbon neutrality and how the council and residents of Bollington can reduce their carbon footprint.


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Bollington Goes Green Week

Bollington celebrated its first Green Week 10th-18th June 2023, alongside the Great Big Green Week  – the UK’s biggest ever celebration of community action to tackle climate change and protect nature.

The 2024 Great Big Green Week is 8th-16th June.
Watch this space for events during that week in Bollington !


Calculate your environmental footprint

Use the WWF Footprint Calculator to find out your UK based environmental footprint.

Be a tree champion

Learn about the importance of trees and how you can help from the Tree Council.

Things you can do about climate change

The Wildlife Trusts has a range of easy things we can all do to reduce our carbon footprint.

Reduce, Reuse and Recycle

Find out more on our Reduce, Reuse and Recycle page.


Insect populations are declining. What we can do to help.


Consider sustainable travel alternatives such as walking and cycling.


What we eat is a major part of our impact on the planet, both in terms of our carbon emissions and on biodiversity.

Community Groups

Local sustainability community groups.

Online Resources

Find out more from a selection of online resources.

Help Wildlife at Home

Support Wildlife

The Wildlife Trusts has a range of things we can do to support and encourage wildlife from how to build a bat box to how to compost your waste.

Plants for Pollinators

The RHS has a list of plants for a wide variety of pollinating insects.


Help Hedghogs

The Wildlife Trusts and The British Hedgehog Preservation Society have lots of information on how you can help hedgehogs.

30 days Wild

30 Days Wild is The Wildlife Trusts’ annual nature challenge where they ask the nation to do one ‘wild’ thing a day every day throughout June.

Take part