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We had a great time at the London Permaculture Festival on Saturday 16 July.
The event featured animation workshops, honeybee talks, forest gardening workshops, carbon conversations and more.
Alex, Natasha, Shiv and Susan ran our stall surveying people on energy issues for our Big Energy Conversation campaign (and we made a few paper windmills, too)!
If you didn’t make it to the fair, you can take our energy survey online here.
We had a great turn out over the weekend at the London Green Fair.
We ran an eco quiz and started our new Big Energy Conversation campaign with an energy survey, offered cakes, biscuits and jam for a donation. We spoke to lots of people and had a great time in the sunshine (and the rain!).
Thank you to everyone who helped out on the day and all those who stopped by our stall!
Download our quiz and test your eco-knowledge!
• Our eco-quiz – with answers (.doc)
Or see our (updated) review of the year:
• Camden Friends of the Earth 2010-2011 activities so far (pdf)
We’ll be appearing at more local fairs and festivals over the summer, if you’d like to get involved please get in touch!No comments
We were out and about last Saturday 25 September campaigning on Fix the Food Chain with stalls at two fairs on one day.
At the Belsize Green Fair, organised by Transition Belsize, we were surrounded by locally-grown fresh fruit & veg stalls, farmyard animals in the street, and greenhouse-making from old plastic bottles (see photos here). The Festival of Life in Holborn attracted people from all across the country to find out about creating a healthy future, including nutrition, yoga and conscious partying, so we got quite a varied audience for our campaigning. Joe even did a spot of cow-mask-modelling, as you can see in the photo!
We got over 100 postcards signed in total to send to MPs to ask them to support a Sustainable Livestock Bill, which is being read in Parliament on November 12. Hopefully we will get lots more MPs on board as a result! We also got lots of interest in our upcoming Vegan banquet on Sunday 10 October. Thanks to everyone who came along and helped to make our stalls such a success!
We’re off to another green fair this week, at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine in Bloomsbury, 12-2pm on Wednesday 6 October. If you’re free to help out please get in touch!No comments
Cecil Sharp House in Regents Park Road was host to the wonderful London Permaculture Festival today, with talks, workshops, films and environmental groups from all over London joining in!
Sharat, Shiv and Susan had a successful day’s campaigning on Fix the Food Chain, getting over 100 postcards signed to persuade MPs to support the Sustainable Livestock Bill. Our ‘moo masks’ were popular with younger visitors and there were some great ideas added to our planet-friendly farming ideas tree…
“happier animals make tastier meat!”…”every council should provide subsidised veg + fruit growing lessons”…”family days on organic/permaculture farms”…”supermarkets to support local growers”
We also got a lot of interest for our upcoming 10/10/10 vegan banquet event (please save the date…more details on this to be announced soon!).
You can also take an online action to ask your MP to support the Sustainable Livestock Bill in its reading in Parliament in November.No comments
We joined in with the eco activities at Camden Green Fair, held in Regents Park on Sunday 6 June. Thanks to everyone who came down and helped make our stall such a success!
- We raised £111.54 for Friends of the Earth, by asking for donations for our home-made cakes and jam
- About 50 postcards were signed for the Get Serious about CO2 campaign
- Around 40 surveys were completed by people living in Camden, to help inform our local campaigning
With delicious home-baked cakes on a banana theme (from the fair hands of Natasha, Susan and Jess) and Jim’s jams, we had a nice profile, raised some money for Friends of the Earth and got a lot done as well as having the chance to hang out with the other Camden green groups. It was good to support such a lovely event.No comments