Adult Education also supported a repeat of our “Wild Resolutions” courses as part of the Family Learning Festival for 2008.  These courses of three sessions of two hours aim to explore ways of living in a more sustainable way, and provide families with ideas on what they can do themselves, even on a tight budget.  Subjects included wildlife gardening, composting and recycling – and by the end of the courses participants showed positive changes in their attitudes and behaviour.  This year the courses took place at Cashes Green Primary School and Parliament Children’s Centre and have offered a good means of recruitment for FLLN courses planned for the coming year.

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