Oxfordshire Climate Action Update: August-September 2010
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Green Drinks Oxford: August 25, 6.30 onwards
Kings Arms, corner of Broad Street/ Holywell Street/ Parks Road. As usual the front room has been reserved. Further info: email@example.com
The Gluts, Cafe Carbon: September 3, 7-9pm
Concluding their week-long bike tour of the South-East, The Gluts will perform Cafe Carbon in The Yard at Modern Art Oxford. Cafe Carbon is a musical perfomance written by The Gluts (Gina Birch, Kaffe Matthews and Hayley Newman) originally performed in Copenhagen during the UN Climate Change Conference. Cafe Carbon offer a menu of music about food and climate,the audience choose songs and they sing them. Free- booking essential on 01865 813800, firstname.lastname@example.org
Artist Talk- Angela Palmer: September 4, 7pm
Angela Palmer talks about the genesis of her project Ghost Forest and its ongoing journey. Drawing attention to threatened rainforests worldwide and deforesttations impacts on the world's climate. Ghost Forest is a remarkable installation consisting of tree trunks that Palmer brough from primary rainforests in Ghana.
Ghost Forest is currently sited outside the Oxford University Museum of Natural History until July 31 2011.
At Modern Art Oxford. £5/ £4 concessions- booking essential on 10865 813800, email@example.com
Wychwood Forest Fair: September 5, 11am- 5pm
An enjoyable family day out in support of local environmental action. This year's Forest Fair will be held on the recently acquired site for the Wychwood Project's new community wood near Witney.
At Southdown Farm, Crawley Road, Witney. Admission £6 pp, under 16s FREE. Free parking. For more information call Michael Drew on 01993 702624, and for the Wychwood Project visit www.wychwoodproject.org
Sustainable Wallingford @ the Bunkfest: September 4-5
This year Sustainable Wallingford has been working with the Wallingford Bunkfest to link to the Greening Wallingford theme. There will be a Green Fair in the Centre 70 carpark with stalls offering local and eco-friendly products as well as information on how to save energy. There will also be talks on solar energy and insulation. For more details see www.bunkfest.co.uk.
Transition Eysham: September 11
Part-stall at the Hanborough Show
West Berkshire's Eco-Buildings Open Days: September 11- 12
Eco-Buildings Open Days is part of West Berkshire's Green Week which runs from the 11-18 September. See www.actionforall.org.uk/greenexchange for information on more events taking place in your area.
Green Bicester Event: September 22, 7-8.30pm
The event aims to catalyse climate change activities in Bicester- so come along! If you're a Facebook user just search for 'Green Bicester Action Group,' and join the discussions. If you'd like to be kept informed closer to the event, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thanks to ClimateX for the information
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