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Dear Sustainable Haringey supporter,
As you know, the impact of the pandemic has halted all sorts of environmental events and activities but some have been continuing online. However Extinction Rebellion nationwide protests start on 1st September. An enourmous amount of actions are planned, and everyone is welcome to participate to whatever level they are willing and able.
For more info: https://rebellionderby.earth/we-want-to-live-uk-rebellion-1-september-2020
Let us know about other events coming up and important news that needs sharing.
Convenor, Sustainable Haringey Network
Friday 28th August 11am
Muswell Hill Extinction Rebellion action
Here’s a message from our friends at Muswell Hill XR:
MHXR, (Muswell Hill Extinction Rebellion), are holding an action in Muswell Hill on Friday the 28th. We would love any or all of you to join us. We will meet at St James’ Square at 11:00 and have a quick session learning 2 simple songs. We process around Muswell Hill dressed in black holding small placards saying WE WANT TO LIVE, singing the songs. We will be holding 2mt rope or scarves between each other to make sure we are socially distanced.
At every crossing, pelican and zebra, we will lie silently on the crossing in the road for 5 minutes. If it is raining we will stand quietly then proceed to the next crossing singing. We will end up back at St James’ Sq where we will hear some fine words delivered by three Muswell Hill XR troupers and where I hope the spirit will stir us to raise our voices once more in song, (the same songs we will by then know intimately).
The climate crisis is more important than ever and action locally and nationally will remind politicians that concern about climate is at a record high and that they must act. Extinction Rebellion 3rd uprising begins on 1st September. This action is part of a national introduction to the uprising.
Do come join us, and let us know by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org if you’re intending to come.
Sunday 13th Sept ~ 11am to 4pm
Tottenham Green Market: Growing in Haringey plant stall
21st -27th September
Chestnuts Community Centre’s Go Green Week
For the second year, Chestnuts Community Centre is planning a Go Green Week – mostly online but with some actual events.
It coincides with National Recycling Week 21-27th September.
Tuesday 22nd September, 7.30pm
Muswell Hill Sustainability Group Free online film night: “2040”
Join fellow MHSG members online to watch 2040, then join a Zoom discussion. Practical solutions to environmental concerns are addressed with the hope that the filmmaker Damon Gameau’s daughter who be 21 years old in the year 2040, will face a hopeful future.
Tuesday 22nd September 7.30pm
Tottenham & Wood Green Friends of the Earth Monthly meeting
Contact Quentin Given for Zoom link
Sat 26th Sept ~ 10.30 to 13:00 via Zoom
St Ann’s Redevelopment Trust AGM
Due to the coronavirus, the StART directors have taken the decision to hold this year’s AGM online, rather than risk anyone’s health by holding the event in person, and to help us manage the process the AGM will be limited to members only.
If you would like to take part in the AGM and have not yet joined StART, you can sign up by visiting our website.
Meadow Orchard on Park Road has now re-opened for our regular Saturday open days from 2-4pm. Help with maintaining this local wild space and community orchard and garden or come to visit.
Please register to attend at email@example.com as we are limiting numbers.
Further details on the website www.meadoworchardproject.org
PLUS NEWS ITEM
Message from Thames 21 about Mayor’s Grow Back Greener Fund
The Mayor’s Grow Back Greener Fund is now open for applications. We are happy to help you apply for it if you have a project in the London Lea Catchment you’d like to undertake.
The deadline for applications is 5pm on Monday 5 October 2020
A total of £650,000 is available in this funding round. Grants between £5,000 and £50,000 are available.
Funded projects should start from November 2020 and should be completed by June 2021.
20 per cent match funding is required
For more info please see:
Please let me know if you need any help putting together an application.
Jessica van Grootveld
Catchment Partnership Development Officer