As an innovative environmental charity in Peterborough, PECT is always keen to spread the word far and wide about our projects.
We already work with a large range of community groups, organisations, businesses and schools across the city – and our achievements have far-reaching effects.
For example, did you know in 2014 alone we engaged with over 1,700 businesses, 30,194 trees were planted as part of our community volunteering scheme Forest for Peterborough, and 16,600 pupils were involved in our environmental projects.
Every little bit of support helps, and we are grateful for the local and regional media backing our initiatives and helping to tell our stories in order to bring them to life.
The Moment Magazine recently covered a three page article on PECT and some of our community projects, including Woodland Heritage in Action, Greeniversity and Forest for Peterborough. Read on to discover more about our work.
Thank you for your support. Please do continue to spread the word about PECT and share our stories on social media @SustainableCity.