Rachel More, a Stroud Valleys Project volunteer, is the first person to sign up to Ecotricity and help out the charity at the same time. Ecotricity will donate £60 to SVP for each person who switches their energy supplier to them. (Click here for more information about this scheme.)

Rachel_More_in_actionRachel volunteers with the weekly Women Outside Working group.  She is attending this SVP practical conservation course to learn how to plant, maintain and lay hedges. Rachel is very pleased to be able to help the charity and she said,  "I believe that Stroud Valleys Project’s work is invaluable to the local community by providing support to get people actively involved in conservation as well as maintaining and enriching Stroud’s green spaces.  I am really pleased to be able to support Stroud Valleys Project with their appeal."

Rachel More, a Stroud Valleys Project volunteer, is the first person to sign up to Ecotricity and help out the charity at the same time. Ecotricity will donate £60 to SVP for each person who switches their energy supplier to them.

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Chief Executive of Stroud Valleys Project, Clare Mahdiyone said, "This is a great way that people can support our charity appeal and it doesn’t cost them a penny.  Many people may have been thinking of switching to a green energy supplier and we hope that some will do so now and benefit Stroud Valleys Project at this crucial time."

If you’d like to help Stroud Valleys Project appeal to help them continue  to support biodiversity work in the district, go to Ecotricity’s website www.ecotricity.co.uk, click on ‘For your home’ and then click on ‘Switch to Ecotricity’. You can also switch by calling 08000 302 302 and quoting reference SVP1. Please let us know on 01453 753358 if you have switched so that we can watch out for the £60 donation.

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Rachel More on another project, along with fellow learners with a hedge laid in Berkeley style at Finn’s Way in Cashes Green
(Left-right: Alun Probert, Ivi Szaboova - SVP Biodiversity Officer, Dave Keenan, Rachel More, David Marciniak)

Stroud Valleys Project is a limited company,
registered in England and Wales.    

Registered number: 2224016    

Registered charity number: 900107

Stroud Valleys Project,
8 Threadneedle Street,
Stroud,
Gloucestershire,
GL5 1AF

Tel: 01453 753358

Fax: 01453 755641

Email: info@stroudvalleysproject.org

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