Mind Halton – Mental Elf Fun Run

The event is open to all runners, walkers, doggies and elves of all abilities and enthusiasm. All monies raised will support Mind Halton your local mental health charity.
this is a fund raising event for Mind Halton, we would be delighted if you are willing to raise further funds through sponsor ship.
Start/Finish: Espositoe’s Café, Runcorn Hill, Runcorn Hill Park, 10.00am start
By agreeing to participate in this event, you confirm that you are medically fit and well enough to participate and Mind Halton cannot be held responsible or liable for any injury or health issues sustained by your participation in the event


Green GB Week

Green GB & NI Week will be taking place from the 4th – 8th of November 2019, in conjunction with government’s Year of Green Action (YoGA).

Green GB & NI 2019 is a week of events and activity where government, businesses, academia and civil society will come together to explore how clean growth will change our futures and how we can contribute to action on climate change.

The week will highlight the opportunities, benefits and challenges of reducing our emissions to net zero, ending the UK’s contribution to climate change, and growing our low carbon economy.

The week is themed around how particular parts of life in the UK will evolve, such as having cleaner,warmer buildings, cleaner modes of transport, such as electric vehicles, and reducing our waste with new green technologies all over the UK. Explore below to find out more about clean growth and how to get involved in Green GB & NI week 2019.

SDG Tour

Profit shouldn’t be a dirty word.

The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are revolutionising how businesses operate in a climate and social emergency world. Think of the SDGs like CSR, but on steroids!

Every business no matter how small or wherever they are can align with the world’s biggest social impact brand – through the ambitious targets of the 17 different SDGs.

Find your biggest opportunities all whilst supporting those furthest behind in your communities.

Come along and learn from experts and case studies how to make a bigger impact locally (or globally) whilst improving your bottom line.

This event aims to target increased private sector engagement in sustainability impact but is also applicable to organisations from all sectors and of all sizes.