Home Planet Club

A new club for people who want to help the environment.

Why?

Now more than ever we need to take care of the world around us.  Our planet doesn’t have infinite resources and we need to work together to ensure the survival of the planet for future generations.

Sounds like a big aim, but if everyone took a few small actions that would soon add up.  Whether it’s recycling more, switching to energy saving lightbulbs, swapping the car for walking or cycling or growing your own fruit and vegetable, lots of little actions will make a huge difference.

Being “green” doesn’t just help the planet but can have a positive impact on the bank balance too.  Just thinking about how we spend our money can help us think about the environment too; for example instead of buying water in plastic bottles, invest in a reusable bottle and refill it for a fraction of the cost, whilst reducing the amount of plastic that ends up in our oceans.

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New club

The Home Planet Club is a free club aimed at raising awareness of environmental issues and bringing people together to work towards a greener future.  It will help support you on your journey to becoming more environmentally aware and empowered to tackle local issues in your communities.

Home Planet Club benefits include:

  • Access to a year-long programme of activities and information linked to the seasons and nature
  • Quarterly e-newsletter (posted on Facebook)
  • Connecting with like-minded people across Sovereign geography and in your local area
  • Support and information from your local Community Development Officer to help you grow connections and take environmental action where you live.
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Connect with Home Planet Club

Visit our Facebook Page and search for #HomePlanetClub. You’ll find our latest posts.

We’d love to hear from you.

You can post about your own environmental activities to our Facebook page (use #homeplanetclub) or you can send your news and pictures to homeplanetclub@sovereign.org.uk – you could even find your activities in our newsletter (we’ll obviously ask permission first).

Find out what the Home Planet Club have been up to