Join us for some great events this month as part of our commitment to the Great Big Green Week, which runs from 18th to 26th September. The Great Big Green Week is an important time to focus our energies in the run up to COP26 in Glasgow in November 2021, when world leaders will unite to tackle climate change.
The first event we are involved in is at St. Pauls Church on 9th September, when we will be supporting the YCCN Eco Relay on its way to Glasgow in time for COP26. We will be building a giant bug hotel that will stay in the church grounds.
We’re kicking off our own Great Big Green Week celebrations on Sunday 19th September from 3 to 5pm with our 10th anniversary celebrations at the SLH orchard in Heaton Chapel. Find out more in our latest blog here.
You can join us for another climate-conscious activity on Monday 20th September at 8pm for our Zoom talk and Q&A session with local experts about COP26 and what it means for us as individuals. Register via our Eventbrite page and read more here.
We’ll be at The Savoy cinema at 6pm on Wednesday 22nd September for a screening of “2040”, a documentary that explores what the future could look like by the year 2040 if we simply embraced the best solutions already available to us. Book your tickets directly with The Savoy.
Our free bat walks continue throughout September but they are getting booked up fast so don’t forget to secure your place! We’ve also got one more bike ride happening on 12th September and a collaboration with the Heatons Library in the pipeline so watch this space for more details.