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Civic Reception at Cirencester Parish Church

31 August 2022

Cirencester welcomes Bathurst NSW Regional Councillor and General Manager at Civic Reception On Tuesday 30th August, members of Cirencester gathered at the Parish Church to welcome Bathurst, NSW Regional Councillor Jess Jennings, and General Manager David Sherley to Cirencester as part of the Cirencester and the City of Bathurst Friendship Initiative. Cllr Jess Jennings and David Sherley were formally welcomed to Cirencester by the Mayor-Cllr Sabrina Dixon-who gave a speech about the importance of the twinning and friendships that Cirencester has. Mayor Sabrina Dixon and Councillor Jess Jennings exchanging gifts “No matter what national governments may say, or do, no… Read More »Civic Reception at Cirencester Parish Church

Local secondary school students tackle Australian climate change

28 June 2022

On Monday 27th June, Kingshill School and Deer Park School students attended the Cirencester Bathurst Climate Change Conference at the new Gloucestershire Digital Skills Centre at Cirencester College. The conference got the students thinking about important climate change issues outside the typical school lesson format. This year’s conference focused on carbon net zero, specifically asking, “Australia aims to achieve carbon net zero by 2050. Should they aim to achieve this sooner?” In teams-and with the help of A-level geography students-the students spent the morning researching how Australia’s agricultural, mining, and energy industries are impacted by climate change. In the afternoon,… Read More »Local secondary school students tackle Australian climate change