PLANS are in place for another green event after the success of the first.

Prudhoe Goes Green, run by the Prudhoe Community Partnership, saw advisers, information and guidance on how to save money by using simple tips to prevent heat loss and improve energy efficiency at home.

It comes amid the cost of living crisis. 


Northumberland Community Action advisers talked to visitors about home energy audits, while representatives from the Northumberland Community Bank's Renewable Energies Fund and Northumberland County Council addressed climate change concerns. 

A No-Mow May scarecrow with information about helping bees and wild flowers thrive was also on display. 

The Derwent Valley Car Club, which has a fleet of electric cars, also spoke to visitors about the possibility of setting up a Prudhoe Car Club in the future.

The Prudhoe Cycling Without Age tricycle took people on short rides around the town from the partnership's base off Front Street.

Caroline Warburton, chair of PCP trustees, said over 60 attended and that it hoped to run something similar later in the year.