04 March 2021
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Green Party Meetings
All Green Party members are welcome to come along to our monthly meeting to discuss our plans for Worcester and Worcestershire.
Our next meeting starts at 7:30pm on Wednesday 15th September. Our monthly business meetings will now be online via Zoom. Please contact Nick Weeks by email if you would like to attend. If you need any help setting up Zoom, please get in touch.
A tour and a brief talk by Steve Dent. Including picking our own lunch, chopping and preparing it under the direction of Steve Dent an inventive chef and author of the award-winning "Circus Gardener's Kitchen" food blog.
We will be cooking a Keralan Vegetable Curry in a relaxed rustic setting surrounded by produce grown organically with no-dig techniques. See the Bee Hives built on rafts to avoid the floods and hear about the volunteering work done helping heal those struggling and in need of support in this wonderful setting.
Outdoor activity, limited shelter. Bring your own plate, cup and cutlery.
3 Ways to tackle food waste in Worcester – at the farm, supermarket and home. How the surplus is used for good and where. A short talk by volunteer leaders who make this happen and how you can help them and what you can do at home.
The venue is the eco-centre at The Pump House Environment Centre, Gheluvelt Park followed by tea, cakes and drinks to purchase and an opportunity to chat with like-minded people and green party supporters.
10am till 2pm Saturday 23rd October @St Nicholas Church Hall, Warndon, Worcester.
Come along to our national Green Party "Watch Party" on Saturday morning 23rd October.
Location: Market Hall, The Shambles, Worcester, WR1 2RD.
A talk by Phillipa Gilfillan who owns the Pack It In zero waste shop on what inspired her to give up a steady job to set up her zero waste plastic free shop.
The talk will be covid safe as numbers are limited to 30 and the talking will be in the relatively airy market hall area directly outside her shop. As numbers are so limited we need everyone coming to register using the link below.
Worcester City Museum has no public cycle parking. The City Museum is situated on a cycle lane. Cycle parking would mean that City Museum visitors can make sustainable transport choices and help ease the City's traffic congestion.