LAST YEAR’S PARTICIPANTS
Join What Next in their sumptuous lounge to enjoy some tea and vegan cake and relax and watch What Next TV showing wildlife, eco info and good news about the changes that are being made.
Meet Roots for the Future who will introduce you to their work and will be running a raffle to win a tree as well as selling other tree related products.
Meet Clare from Godalming Nappy Library who will be showing you how easy it is to move from disposable nappies to save 1000’s of tons of waste going into our oceans.
Find Take The Jump Godalming and the Godalming Climate Forum who invite you to join up and take any of the 6 important shifts that we will all need to take in the next decade that don’t cost the earth.
Meet the Permaculture Team – come and find out what Permaculture means, how it works and the difference it makes.
Meet the folks from Wild Learning who will be running free activities for children, come and make dream catchers/God’s Eyes/Boggerts (clay heads on sticks)/leaf printing using wood, recycled wool and old sheets (for leaf printing).
Sewing For Good – the wonderful team who have been sewing throughout the lockdown will be on hand to chat about recycling clothes and easy to learn sewing/craft skills for you.
Find out about Surrey Hills 2 South Downs Community Rail Partnership (sustainable travel) for Farncombe, Godalming, Milford, Witley and Haslemere, the Surrey Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and the South Down National Park – connecting communities to the railway.
Godalming Cycle Forum members will be explaining the concept around the Godalming-Guildford Greenway.
Come and meet Farncombe & District Allotment Association (F&DAA) members, who will be happy to share their allotment experiences on how to grow your own vegetables and flowers.
Cafe Mila and Chef Jhenn will be on hand to chat ‘easy vegan’ and other great food ideas.
Action Surrey who will be offering advice about how to live more sustainably at home and more specifically how residents can be more energy efficient. They can also advise people on what funding exists in order to help make these transitions.
BEEEMZ and Godalming Town Council are making sustainability easier with environmentally friendly chargers for ebikes. See a prototype of the UK’s first public solar Ebike charger and ask about ebikes, batteries and mileage.
The Cycologist will be offering free bike health checks to include safe operation of gears, brakes, headset, steering and wheel bearings plus wear and tear of tyres. Minor adjustments will be made and replacement parts will be available for purchase; fitted by the Cycologist depending upon time available. The Cycologist will also advise on any additional work that might be needed.