Facebook Visit Wells

Wells Environment Network

On this page:


    The Wells Environment Network is a forum for people and organisations who support conservation and decarbonisation in the City of Wells and its environs.

    The Wells Environment Network is an independent forum and a broad network open to all people and organisations who have an interest in improving the environment in Wells.


    • To promote and champion environmentalism in Wells and find consensus on environmental issues, and provide a platform for people to express and debate views on how to achieve better environmental outcomes for the city.
    • To highlight work underway in the local area
    • To catalyse environmental action within Wells and mobilise people to achieve positive environmental change.
    • To establish a supportive network and facilitate the development of new networks and projects.
    • To identify areas where work is being duplicated and explore ways in which knowledge/ resources can be pooled for greater impact
    • To connect environmental work to our community and suggest opportunities for volunteering and engagement


    There will be three meetings a year to allow members to present their projects, answer questions, and discuss further opportunities.

    What is it not?

    These gatherings are not political lobbying or protest groups. 

    Who can join the network?

    The network is open to all who are running, involved with, or interested in, environmental projects in and around Wells. Regardless of the stage of your project, we encourage you to highlight the work being conducted. 

    When is the first gathering?

    The first gathering will take place on Monday 13th of June, 7 pm, at the Town Hall, Wells

    How to take part

    Each group will have the opportunity to present their projects and answer questions at the gathering which will take place every four months. If you are interested in attending the gathering as a presenter, please send a brief overview of your project to

    Please include; the aims/ objectives of your project, the progress with contact any relevant contact information to be included in the Agenda. No project is too small! 

    Following the event, notes will be distributed to participating groups, and an overview will be shared with the wider community- highlighting volunteering/ participation opportunities.