cover art for Vision 21, Gloucestershire's environmental charity with Dave Entwistle

Losing Our Cool

Vision 21, Gloucestershire's environmental charity with Dave Entwistle

Dave Entwistle, CEO of Vision 21 in Cheltenham, talks about his life working to protect the environment and rebuilding Vision 21 to become a robust charity that is at the centre of sustainability in Cheltenham and Gloucestershire.

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