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Go Green Survey

Householders in Hethersett are being surveyed to see how green they have been in 2008. 

During the year the Hethersett Green Village group under the auspices of Hethersett Parish Council has introduced a number of initiatives including the distribution of free re-usable cloth bags, the issue of a leaflet about carbon footprint reduction, the organisation of an information day in the village hall and encouraging local businesses to have a plastic bag free day. 

“Many people will know about the green projects that have been undertaken in the village. Now we would like to know what steps people have taken and also what they think about what we have done already and what else we as a village could do. We are hoping for more ideas for projects,” said leading Hethersett environmentalist George Beckford. 

The survey is being distributed as part of Hethersett Parish Council’s December newsletter. The survey also asks for comments about the Green Village group and whether the steps already taken have been worthwhile. Special green village collecting boxes for responses have been set-up in the library, the post office, Tescos and at the village hall. Responses can also be e-mailed.