Enfield's Big Green Climate Festival
We are planning courses on sustainability at Palmers Greenery in Broomfield Park.
With Platinum Performing Arts we'll see how schools, clubs and young people feel about climate change.
We have a professional who will attend one of our events and assess the carbon footprint of that event and show how it can be done in Enfield.
We have a number of very good authors in Enfield and we are beginning to discuss holding session where they talk about their writing
Pymmes & Salmon Brook are discussing having a walk together with a litter pick along the Brook.
Bella Choir is a community choir catering for all types of singers and will perform during the festival.
A guided walk around the London Loop tree planting area talking about why the planting is being done.
The Beekeeper Society will have a stall to highlight what they do, and the importance of bees.
Better Homes Enfield is planning a guided walk of the proposed new park and greenspace at Meridian Water. Better Homes campaigns for affordable family homes.
Better Streets for Enfield and the Enfield Cycling Campaign are planning guided bike rides between key locations and highlighting key spots along the way.
Extinction Rebellion Enfield would like to do a walk along the New River, stopping a few times to hear information about its history and the issues facing water security as a result of climate change.
Climate change webinars and Interviews with community groups, creating a green Enfield.
We'll be doing activities with local eco businesses and the importance they attach to green sustainability.
With Enterprise Enfield, we're planning two events on how businesses can go green. Enterprise Enfield will contact members.
We are discussing with one of the Parks an event around the need for a swan sanctuary and information about why they are so important.
The Beautiful Borough's Project are also discussing have a litter pick during the period of the Festival.
Local Soroptimists present the work taking place worldwide to plant trees. And the Enfield project.
Stitch in Palmers Green will be holding an event to highlight the importance of craft and recycling.
We hope to have a collage of art and poetry at one of our park events - organised through Enfield Poets.
North London Organic Gardeners will host a meeting on growing for climate change with a potential speaker who was a kitchen gardener at Kew Gardens.
We're planning a hosted online talk on sustainable transport - particularly walking and cycling. Come along if you're keen to ditch the car and learn how to be more green.
Working with a community theatre we plan some open air theatre during the festival.
We'll be having a discussion with the Principal of Capel Manor on how we can all work towards carbon zero.
We are discussing with one or two groups about an organised tree walk to help create awareness of the importance of trees.
Those discussing Enfield's Blue/Green Strategy are hoping to publish by September a catalogue of online resources.
The Jubilee & Enfield Chase Dog Training Clubs are planning an event in Forty Hall and Jubilee Park.
Video showreel for the festival on local eco businesses, what is eco and why they chose to remain local.
Mary Duggan will be arranging poetry for the Festival: “pop-up poetry" with “barber” style harmony.
SOUP, a community ukelele band in north London, will design an event or an evening of music and poetry.
Organised by Better Streets for Enfield and the Enfield Cycling Campaign, the public can try different types of bike. Also seen at the Palmers Green Festival.
We are writing to our MPs to invite them to attend a joint event to discuss the importance of COP26 and keeping to the Paris Agreement. One has already replied positively.