Join us for a super sized xmas card signing event, to pressure the Government to take action at the Paris Climate Conference
Date: Saturday 28th November
Time: 11am till 2pm
Where: Outside the Rye Market, near Boots, Stourbridge
We will be inviting members of the public to sign a large Christmas card for David Cameron to remind him that we expect strong binding commitments on climate change from the British Government at the Paris summit.
Just turn up or sign up on Avaaz Event
Dress Christmassy! 🙂
Organised by Climate Action Network West Midlands (an informal network of groups and individuals across the West Midlands).
Other similar signings will be taking place across the West Midlands by various groups.
Some guerilla gardening has been going on this year around Stourbridge…here are a few photos 🙂
The River Stour Bridge
At the Station
Our next River Stour Clean-up event
Date: Sunday 29th November
Time: 10.15 for 10.30 start
Place: Lion Health, Bradley Road, Stourbridge via Murray’s
Firstly, many thanks to those who came to the last event. Nine trolleys were extracted along with all the other usual plastic muckage and some tyres. We were around 11 people. Murray’s are happy to let us in through their gate for easier access and for the next event there are some real horrors to remove. There are many tyres, a massive red bin and all the other things that appear once one gets started on removal – with the help of the brilliant winch.
Please contact Rosanne (firstname.lastname@example.org) to be added to our River Stour Clean-Up email list to be kept up-to-date with any changes due to the weather conditions closer to the time.
The next film is called ‘This Changes Everything‘ It takes a look at 7 communities around the world with the proposition that we can seize the crisis of climate change to transform our failed economic system into something radically better.’ 7pm refreshments. 7.30 film. Friends Meeting House, 37 Scotts Road, Stourbridge, DY8 1UR Entry by donation.
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All of our suppliers comply with the Fair Wear Foundation (FWF) code of labour practices.
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