An annual celebration of traditional and contemporary woodland crafts, it promises to be a brilliant day out for all the family.
Watch expert woodcraft professionals at work, learn how to survive in the woods and to cook wild food or simply take a walk through the magnificent Elvaston Castle grounds.
The event will be held at Elvaston Castle Country Park with Food by Veggies Catering Campaign.
Other attractions are likely to include:
Pole lathe turning
Green Man songs and stories
Forest school activities
Sawmilling and chipping
Woodturning with a horse driven gin wheel
Clay workshops for children
Chair making and spoon making
Admission is free, but parking charges apply. See Derbyshire Woodland Festival website for details.
The Sustainability Festival 2019 is taking over the St Albans Market for a whole day on Sunday 19th May! It’s all about how local residents can reduce their carbon footprint and live more sustainably.
We are interested in any organisation that wants to take part: we already have lots of organisations booked for the event, and we still have spaces for more! Whether you want a stall, can run an activity, or play music, juggle or dance!
Details at https://sustainablestalbans.org/get-started/sustfest-market-take-over/
The Market Takeover – from 11am to 5pm – will have food/drink stalls, live music and other entertainment, children’s activities, and environmental charity stalls.
We have a huge display of electric vehicles, electric bikes, pedal bikes, local youth groups and other stalls that promote sustainability and reducing your carbon footprint with a focus on the five main things residents can do to reduce your carbon footprint and live sustainably.
To get to this event, 107 miles from our Nottingham base, Veggies may emit approx 100kg CO2.
However by helping an estimated 300 people Eat Vegan we will “offset” 600kg CO2.
If ONE customer goes Vegan For Life, they will save 1.5 tonnes CO2 every year, as well as saving 4022 animals lives, and enabling all the world’s peoples to receive a Fair Share of the world’s resources. [refs].
A weekend of tree planting in the Calderdale Valley near Hebden Bridge, West Yorkshire with Treesponsibility:
We’ll be planting trees in an area susceptible to flooding providing a much needed local flood defence.
For £25 there will be two nights accommodation at the Tom Bell Hostel, part of Hebden Hey Scout Centre along with tasty vegan meals provided for breakfast, lunch and dinner 🙂
Bring your bike!
We will be cycling together for 30-40mins from the Hostel to the planting site and back on the Saturday and the Sunday. (But there will be an option to have a ride in a van for those that don’t want to cycle!)
There will be an option for two minibus pick-ups from Hebden Bridge train station with your bikes if you bring them at 18:25 and 20:15 on Friday the 9th of February to take you to the hostel. Please let Treesponsibility know by emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org or ring Christina on 07709 690368.
It is basic bunkhouse accommodation so please bring bedding and indoor shoes/slippers.
And bring lots of warm layers, waterproofs and sturdy shoes!
Special dietary requirements can be provided for just please let us know.
There are only 30 places available to please register by contacting Alice: email@example.com or 07846199448
The Green Academy and Environment Team at Nottingham Trent Uni are hosting a Green Week during Nov 6th-10th.
During this week we plan on screening Simon Amstel’s Carnage with cake & popcorn by Veggies on 7th, 8th & 10th November!
The Green Academy started in 2014 as a Higher Education Academy Change Programme at NTU called Food for Thought. The project used food as a unifying theme to embed sustainability across the institution