Thai business delegation is welcomed

Delegates from the Thailand Business Council for Sustainable Development with Pam Warhurst of Incredible Edible in Todmorden. Picture: Robin Gray, Pennine Prospects.
Delegates from the Thailand Business Council for Sustainable Development with Pam Warhurst of Incredible Edible in Todmorden. Picture: Robin Gray, Pennine Prospects.

A delegation from Thailand saw how Calderdale communities are at the forefront of environmental action.

Hosted by the Watershed Landscape Project, managed by Pennine Prospects, the delegates from the Thailand Business Council for Sustainable Development were welcomed by the Mayor of Hebden Royd Town Council, Coun Karl Boggis.

Polly Weber, director of the Alternative Technology Centre, showed the education work of the centre in Hebden Bridge while Pam Warhurst (pictured above in Todmorden, with delegates, by Robin Gray of Pennine Prospects) described the work of Incredible Edible and the future of local food in Todmorden. David Fletcher explained how the 10 KwH Archimedes screw installed in Bridge Mill, Hebden Bridge, covers the energy needs of the mill.