Events and Actions in E11 and E17

Posted on February 8, 2015 by ecoviewfinder

Help a local school win free solar panels! Just 2 days left to vote…

 

Great news - Stoneydown FOE

Stoneydown Park Primary School in Walthamstow is one of just six finalists in Friends of the Earth’s ‘Run on Sun’ national competition to win a set of free solar panels worth £15,000. Voting ends February 10th, and currently Stoneydown is in the lead, but only just. In 2nd place (by a cat’s whisker) is Dulwich Wood Primary School in Southwark. Can you and your friends vote today to help Stoneydown Park win this amazing prize? Go here to vote and thank you.

 

Green Drinks @ The Walnut Tree on February 15th

 

Green Drinks SignComing up on Sunday February 15th at 8pm. We meet at The Walnut Tree Pub, 857-861 Leytonstone High Road, E11 1HH  for a relaxed and informal green social on the 15th of every month. Newcomers are always welcome. It’s easy to find us, look out for the table with the recycled Friends of the Earth green tablecloth!

 

Seed Swap @ The Community Garden on February 28th

Church Lane Community Garden will be hosting the first seed swap of 2015 for the eager growers of Leytonstone. The garden already has plenty of interesting seeds on hand to trade. If you don’t have any seeds to swap, come along anyway and pick up some free seeds and free expert advice so you can get started on growing your own food this year. See our Events calendar for more details,

 

Climate Film: London Premiere @ Wanstead Library on March 6th

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Wanstead & Woodford Friends of the Earth partner with Transition Redbridge on March 6th to host the free Climate Week London ‘premiere’ of 2014 Swiss climate documentary Thule Tuvalu. The film tells the story of 2 remote communities, one in the Arctic circle, the other an island nation in the south Pacific, through the voices of local inhabitants. These people are already suffering the impacts of glacier melt and sea level rise. While the rest of us go about our daily lives without paying too much attention to glacier melt or sea level rise, the inhabitants of these places are already – and palpably – suffering the impacts of global climate change. From 6pm, vegan and veggie refreshments and an Introduction to Transition Redbridge. Guest speaker is Duncan Law, from Transition Town Brixton. The film starts at 7pm, followed by a moderated discussion focusing on the active development of Transition Redbridge. Contributions from Transition Leytonstoners would be greatly valued!

Venue: Wanstead Library, Spratt Hall Road, E11 2RQ

Date and time: Friday March 6th, 6pm (Film starts at 7pm)

You can book tickets here.