Earth Hour
Once again we’re supporting Earth Hour by encouraging staff, organisations and residents to switch off the lights for an hour on 25 March between 8.30pm and 9.30pm.
Whether it’s switching off from distractions for an hour or spending time with others – Earth Hour’s a time to reconnect to what’s important.

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You’re not alone! Millions of others are switching off for Earth Hour across the world – join the conversation on social media for inspiration and share what you’re doing. #EarthHourWales


Switching off for Earth Hour doesn’t have to mean being in total darkness! You could create a lantern or a puppet then bring them to life during the hour using a torch or candlelight.


Use the hour to talk to friends and families about the things that are important to you.

Cllr David A Bithell, Climate Champion, said “We are always very proud to support Earth Hour and we know that lots of our residents take part too.

“The WWF by promoting Earth Hour plays a huge part in raising awareness of the fragile state of our environment and as a local authority we too must play our part.

“I am pleased we are progressing well with our decarbonisation plans by making our buildings more efficient, limiting the amount of plastic we use and installing electric vehicle charges in our car parks.

“We will continue with our work into the next financial year and will keep you informed of progress.”

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