Environment body holds its most vital AGM next week

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ROTHER Environment Group holds what it is calling it’s most important AGM for many years at the George Hotel in Rye on Tuesday.

The meeting will see the group deciding to become a charity.

It will also see results announced as to which environmental projects will benefit from the £4,000 donation made by the Monuments Men film company.

Group secretary Sandy Roger said: “This is a very important meeting and it would be great to have a big turnout for our final event of 2013.

The meeting takes place at 7.15pm in the ballroom and refreshments will be provided.

Rother Environment Group recently co-hosted an Energy Day event at Rye’s Tilling Green Community Centre which outlined how people can reduce their winter fuel bills.

The Environment Group is currently involved in a number of projects including carrying out a Rother-wide study into cycle routes with a view to influencing East Sussex County Council’s investment programme for the future.