Ask your local garden centre to stop stocking pesticides

With the World Health Organisation classifying glyphosate as a probable carcinogen and retail groups across Europe banning products containing glyphosate from their shelves including Waitrose here in the UK, now is the time to ask your local garden centre to stop stocking these harmful products. Over the last few months we have visited many garden

Next #Pesticidebuster event: London Permaculture Festival

On 19th July between 11am – 6pm Camden Friends of the Earth will be at the London Permaculture Festival, a chance to learn about inspirational projects ranging from rainforest restoration, regenerative agriculture, locking up carbon and more! Plus perennial vegetables and other interesting tasty edibles!   Camden Friends of the Earth will be there campaigning for a

More Than Honey film screening

Camden Friends of the Earth are screening the award-winning documentary More than Honey on Thursday 28th November at 6.30pm at St Martin’s Church in Gospel Oak, (Vicar’s Road, NW5 4NL). Free entry – all welcome. Refreshments will be available. Please share and invite anyone else you know who may be interested! Download a PDF poster

Busy bees

Bee Cause campaigning in Covent Garden After a spot of hibernation over winter, our Bee Cause campaign was back out in the springtime sunshine, with a campaigning day at the Melvita store in Covent Garden on Sunday 21 April. Melvita, an organic beauty brand founded by beekeeper Bernard Chevilliat, is supporting the campaign, and their

Join a bee walk in Belsize Park

This Saturday Camden Friends of the Earth will be buzzing about bees at the Belsize Green Fair in Belsize Park! Come along and join a bee walk – at 12 and 2pm we’ll be taking a stroll around Belsize looking at three bee-friendly sites: St Peter’s Church ‘Fruitery’ in Belsize Park (features an insect hotel), Premier Inn