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31 May 2007, 2:30 - 5:30
Roxy Bar and Screen, 128-132 Borough High Street, SE1 1LB
Want to make every action you do count towards making the planet a healthy and just place to live?
Capacity Global (www.capacity.org.uk) and Every Action Counts (www.everyactioncounts.org.uk) are proud to launch 'One Planet Cinema' with a free screening of Al Gore's acclaimed film, 'An Inconvenient Truth'
Come and see what all the fuss is about. Join us for the discussion after the film and find out how you can make every action count.
To book a place contact firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 0203 117 0102.
Time 6pm - 7.30pm
London Civic Forum is celebrating London Sustainability Weeks 2007 by hosting a debate on June 4th called "Sustainability - How Well is London Doing?", offering Londoners the chance to discover what progress is being made to make London a greener, safer, fairer, more sustainable city.
The event will start with a presentation by Director of the London Sustainability Exchange, Samantha Heath, who will provide a critical analysis of London's record on sustainable development*, followed by a response from Niall Machin, Sustainable Development Manager, Greater London Authority (GLA), on the work of the GLA. Participants will then have the opportunity to ask questions and join in discussions on the issues raised.
Director of London Civic Forum, Kate Monkhouse comments "This is a real opportunity for people to question and challenge leading policy makers on sustainability issues. It's a chance to learn something new and perhaps be inspired to get involved in a sustainability project in their community."
Places can be booked at this event on a first come first served basis. To book a place contact Melanie Hamilton on 020 8709 9770 or email email@example.com.
Media enquiries should be directed to Anna Bragga on 020 87099775 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cable St. Community Organic Gardens are having their open day from 10 a.m. There will be a plant sale, face painting for the children, a talk from the local historian on the Docks and surrounding area, animals from the City farm,guided tours round the site and refreshments etc. the entrance is free,and proceeds will go to Cancer Research.The gardens are on the corner of Cable St and Hardinge Lane E.1 the nearest tube is Shadwell, on the East London Line and we are also in close proximity to shadwell D.L.R.We are an oasis of wild life friendly, green,organic gardening in the middle of the City,in between the two most powerful financial areas, probably in the world.This really is a unique enviroment and is well worth a visit from any eco friendly person or group.
If you intend to visit with more than five people could you please email email@example.com to help get numbers right for the catering.
We have learnt that the Churchill Museum and Cabinet War Rooms in partnership with the Royal Parks will be constructing an allotment in St. James's Park. It will include a recreated Second World War allotment and a modern-day allotment along with a composter, water butt, tool sheds cold frames and information panels. It will be open daily to the public from 5 May-30 September 2007.
Opening of our wildlife garden, inauguration of our new site social shed/hut and our Spring vegetable show will all take place at the Roundshaw allotment site on 17th June 2007;
10:30 am to 5:00pm
Everything you could expect from an allotment open day and more.
Spa Hill Allotments are at the junction of Spa Hill,SE19 and Northwood Road and Howberry Road CR7.
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