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Gwen, 13 Mai



Sir Sero - Zero carbon county Fair

To showcase businesses and organisations building our low carbon resilience, to learn about the county council zed carb plan, and to start a community one. With speakers, stalls, good food and activities

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Sir Sero  - Zero carbon county Fair

Time & Location

13 Mai 2022 10:00 – 16:00

Haverfordwest, The Old Post Office, 12 Quay St, Haverfordwest SA61 1BG, UK

About the Event

As part of works funded by the Community Renewal Fund Grwp Resilience hopes to seed the Community Plan for a Resilient Carbon free County.

The discussion at 3pm will hear different views including the voice of caution,  Mike Stoddart, will present the opposition to a swift exit from a fossil fuel economy. We will hear from Cris Tomos, currently cabinet member for the environment, Steve Keating lead officer for sustainability and net zeron in the council, and Sian Vaughan, activist. 

The event will be hosted at Haverhub’s great hall, outdoor courtyard, kitchen and meeting areas will showcase our green and nature based businesses.

There will be talks and small discussion circles to join, rural skills to try out.  The content for the day is growing, offers and suggestions are welcome.

Star guests:

  • Steve Keating, the officer in charge of zero carbon in Pembrokeshire County Counci
  • Tim Brew (PCF) will speak about the big marine energy coming to the Haven
  • Little Green Planet, renewables installer demonstrating solar thermal: free hot water for half the year
  • Cornerwood green wood crafts, have a go on pre industrial machinery
  • Ty Pren, wood house builder, a practical local alternative, have a go at peg shafing
  • Riversimple hydrogen car – get inside, have a ride, do the school workbooks for a prize every time
  • Clynfyw Worm farming, watch the wiggly process
  • Jones the Thatch: Hear the story of ancient wheat from our world expert and make a rope from straw, unity is strength! 


  • EcoDewi, St. Davids the multi pronged mini city.
  • Car y Mor the community owned sea farm enriching wildlife and our diet  

Peer learning straw-bale discussion circles where we are the experts

  • Healing with local herbs – tips and experience sharing
  • Living well on less fossil fuels – tips to bin the bill.
  • Mental pain and illness - what helps and what harms

30pm Grass roots democracy

  • Start a community plan for Sir Sero, zero carbon resilience county 

 Mae Cronfa Adfywio Cymunedol y DU yn rhaglen Llywodraeth y DU ar gyfer

2021/22. Nod hwn yw cefnogi pobl a chymunedau sydd fwyaf mewn angen

ledled y DU i dreialu rhaglenni a dulliau newydd i baratoi ar gyfer Cronfa

Ffyniant Gyffredinol y DU. Mae'n buddsoddi mewn sgiliau, cymuned a lleoedd,

busnes lleol, a chefnogi pobl i mewn i gyflogaeth. Am ragor o wybodaeth,

ewch i


The UK Community Renewal Fund is a UK Government programme for

2021/22. This aims to support people and communities most in need across

the UK to pilot programmes and new approaches to prepare for the UK

Shared Prosperity Fund. It invests in skills, community and place, local

business, and supporting people into employment. For more information,





  • 6 awr

    all day stalls activities food including blacksmith and wood working activities, herbal health discussion, Ty Cosy

  • 30 munud

    Talk on Marine Renewables

1 more item available





  • Your Sir Sero ticket


    Access all areas It will take place in the giant sorting room, the often sunny courtyard, the meeting room, and possibly in other areas of Gitty’s gift to the capital town, Haverhub






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