Everyone is very welcome at the second Green Weekend in the Lambourn Valley!
Friday 13 October, East Garston
6 – 7pm Carbon Footprint Workshop, East Garston Village Hall, RG17 7EX
Saturday 14 October, East Garston
Lots of free events and activities in East Garston Village Hall and the Quaker Meeting House opposite. Refreshments available from Priscilla’s Kitchen.
10.30 – 11.30am Guided Eco-walk
11 – 2pm Apple-pressing and Seed/Produce/Plant Swap
12 – 4pm Repair Cafe, tool sharpening and bike repair
1 – 4pm approx. Eco-themed talks and displays
5pm Hungry for Change screening and Canapes
The film will be followed by a discussion panel including:
Rosie Kindersley, Sheepdrove Organic Farm
Andrew Blake, Guild of Agricultural Journalists
Adrian Abbs, Environmental Portfolio Holder, West Berkshire Council
Lucy Handley, Slow Food & Berkshire Trout
Sunday 15 October, Eastbury
A full day of free talks and activities at St James Church
10.30am: Eco display
12 noon: Insightful ways to maintain sustainable waterways
Why not book a table at The Plough or bring your own picnic lunch to enjoy in the church?
2pm: Guided Foraging Walk
3pm: Talk on Richard Jefferies, the first and truest nature conservationist by Dr Mike Pringle, director of the Richard Jefferies Museum.
4pm: Afternoon Tea
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Green Open Home (with triple glazing, heat pumps and rainwater-fed toilet cisterns and outside taps) in Great Shefford on Saturday 14 October between 1pm and 4pm and Sunday 15 October between 10am and 4pm. More details to follow.