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Ashton Hayes featured on BBC Breakfast

The BBC Breakfast TV show came to Ashton Hayes this morning to report on our 13-year community effort to go carbon neutral. Interviews were broadcast live from the village and the pioneering work of the primary school was featured. The broadcast coincided with a news piece that highlighted the UK Parliament's Climate Emergency Declaration and a report that says the UK could be carbon neutral by 2050. 

Thanks to Prof. Roy Alexander (in brown jacket) and Richard Straddling (photos) who rose at dawn to give interiews and all the pupils and staff at the school. The community shop is also going to be covered, we are told.