Trust and Club out to reduce carbon footprint
Town’s Community Trust have joined up with 39 professional football clubs in the UK to encourage supporters to reduce their carbon footprint.
The Trust have joined up with Planet Super League, a game for football fans who want to look after the environment for future generations.
Thousands of fans all over the UK are taking part, representing 39 football clubs. There are over 60 planet-protecting activities on their site, with new ones being added all the time.
They range from everyday actions like walking or cycling instead of driving to ingenious ways to upcycle clothes or use old packaging in simple craft projects.
There are activities to get you out of the house and interact with nature as well as creative challenges for rainy days.
As well as encouraging supporters to play the online game, Town’s Trust will be delivering a number of sessions in local schools to help educate local children about how to live a sustainable lifestyle.
The Trust's schools development manager, Mike Phillips added: “We’re really pleased to be backing Planet Super League, being environmentally conscious is hugely important and this initiative is a fantastic way for Town fans to do their bit for the planet and help us rise up the league table.”
More information about Planet Super League can be found here.