Show the Love event
Hawkesbury Upton Village Hall
BEAUTIFUL THINGS ARE POSSIBLE WHEN WE WORK TOGETHER
Every February since 2015, hundreds of thousands of people from all walks of life have turned hearts green and joined the UK’s biggest climate conversation.
Join us in 2020 as we show the love by creating a voice for change that is is impossible to ignore. It has never been more important to make your voice heard to the people who have the power to make a world of difference.
Start new climate conversations, make and share green hearts, and add your voice to the growing number of people who believe the time is now to protect what we love from climate change.
In the hall we'll have...
*refreshments - "pay as you wish" lunch -including soup made from donated end of sale veg/rolls from Waitrose. This event is supported by Waitrose and all donations received for the lunch will go to the Food Bank
*swishing rail to refresh your wardrobe - bring along any good quality item(s) of clothing or accesories you no longer need, hang them on the rail and if you see something you like, help yourself
*make do and mend station - got anything that needs repairing? we might be able to help
*for children - green hearts and wildflower seed bombs/labels to make & take away, plus a design competition-design a poster to encourage people to use our buses - bring your poster along (2 age categories - primary & secondary)
*showing of Cal Major's (paddleagainstplastic) short film- Skye's the Limit - see below for more information
*start of a tool share list - got any tools you'd be willing to lend, then add your details to the list
*seed share - only want to plant a small amount but don't want to waste any - bring them along and share them at the seed swap table
*Waitrose stall - showing what they are doing to make a difference
*eco stall - recycled items for sale, including veg bags, scourers and wax wraps
*Neal's Yard table with Sharon Gray
*Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust
*Displays featuring environmental initiatives of local businesses and tips on how to be more environmentally friendly.
...and still more to come!
Film show – Cal Major – Skye’s the Limit - Paddle Against Plastic 2017: One woman (Cal Major)'s solo circumnavigation of the Isle of Skye, Scotland, on a Stand up Paddleboard. The adventure serves to highlight the effects of plastic pollution on even stunning, remote and wild places such as this, and brings positive and engaging solutions to the issue. The film follows Cal's epic and dramatic ocean voyage, vulnerable to Scotland's famous winds, waves and tidal races, alone. Featuring beautiful scenery, wildlife, farm animals and Tunnocks teacakes.