Events

Monday April 22, 2013

Event Description

The Eden Project in Cornwall will be hosting an electric bike show from Saturday, April 20 until Wednesday, April 24, giving visitors the chance to test out the latest trend in cycling.

The event will showcase some of the best new bikes designed to give cyclists an extra boost when pedalling, which is perfect for tackling the hills and inclines of Cornwall.

Electric bikes are conventional bikes that have an electric motor and added battery. When the cyclist pedals on an electric bike, the motor helps them to go further than they would under their own steam.

Start: 22/04/2013 10:00

Event Description

WWT London Wetland Centre is a marvellous location for birdwatching and, at this time of year, for "bird listening" too!

As songbirds declare their territories and attempt to attract a mate they're often hidden away in the dense foliage of trees or reedbeds. So getting to know them by the sounds they make is very handy whatever your level of interest in birds and wildlife. In this one and a half hour session you'll learn how to identify birds through song, guided by one of our experts through useful tips, notes and fieldwork.

Tuesday April 23, 2013

Event Description

The Eden Project in Cornwall will be hosting an electric bike show from Saturday, April 20 until Wednesday, April 24, giving visitors the chance to test out the latest trend in cycling.

The event will showcase some of the best new bikes designed to give cyclists an extra boost when pedalling, which is perfect for tackling the hills and inclines of Cornwall.

Electric bikes are conventional bikes that have an electric motor and added battery. When the cyclist pedals on an electric bike, the motor helps them to go further than they would under their own steam.

Wednesday April 24, 2013
Start: 20/04/2013
End: 24/04/2013

Event Description

The Eden Project in Cornwall will be hosting an electric bike show from Saturday, April 20 until Wednesday, April 24, giving visitors the chance to test out the latest trend in cycling.

The event will showcase some of the best new bikes designed to give cyclists an extra boost when pedalling, which is perfect for tackling the hills and inclines of Cornwall.

Electric bikes are conventional bikes that have an electric motor and added battery. When the cyclist pedals on an electric bike, the motor helps them to go further than they would under their own steam.

Thursday April 25, 2013
Start: 25/04/2013

Event Description

NEW - RIBA Advanced CPD status

When this course is combined with our new 1-day Sustainable Building & Services Masterclasses, these 3 days of training form our new 3-day Sustainable Building & Services course which has been awarded RIBA Advanced CPD status - see below for more details.

Are you…

  • confused about Government sustainable construction legislation and how it will affect your company?
  • keen to learn how sustainability can help to meet your business priorities?

Friday April 26, 2013
Start: 25/04/2013
End: 26/04/2013

Event Description

NEW - RIBA Advanced CPD status

When this course is combined with our new 1-day Sustainable Building & Services Masterclasses, these 3 days of training form our new 3-day Sustainable Building & Services course which has been awarded RIBA Advanced CPD status - see below for more details.

Are you…

  • confused about Government sustainable construction legislation and how it will affect your company?
  • keen to learn how sustainability can help to meet your business priorities?

Start: 26/04/2013 09:30

Event Description

Do you want to learn:

  • how to achieve stringent airtight standards in retrofits?
  • which is the best way of insulating an external wall - inside, outside or the bit in between?
  • how the design team and builders can effectively communicate to achieve best practice detailing?
  • what happens to moisture movement when adding wall or roof insulation?

Architects and builders sometimes have an uneasy relationship on site - both think they know best when it comes to detailing!

Start: 26/04/2013 10:00

Event Description

WWT London Wetland Centre is a marvellous location for birdwatching and, at this time of year, for "bird listening" too!

As songbirds declare their territories and attempt to attract a mate they're often hidden away in the dense foliage of trees or reedbeds. So getting to know them by the sounds they make is very handy whatever your level of interest in birds and wildlife. In this one and a half hour session you'll learn how to identify birds through song, guided by one of our experts through useful tips, notes and fieldwork.

Saturday April 27, 2013
Start: 27/04/2013 09:30
End: 27/04/2013 16:00

Event Description

CPD focused training on Freshwater Algae. A mixture of theory and practical based learning.

This event will introduce participants to some of the diversity of macroscopic plant life in freshwater, including an illustrated lecture, sampling in nearby ponds and streams in Bushy Park for algae and then observing and identifying them under a microscope.

The Stockyard Education Centre will allow participants explore and understand one of London's largest Royal Parks. With experts on had to facilitate the day.

Start: 27/04/2013 14:00
End: 27/04/2013 16:00

Event Description

BUY top quality secondhandbaby and children’s clothes, toys books and equipment at our award-winning pop up market. We have over 20 sellers under one roof giving you a huge choice of the best bargains. All goods for sale are great quality brands in top condition and sold at a fraction of the high street price.

Admission £2 on the door (kids free) and everyone is welcome

Start: 27/04/2013 14:00
End: 27/04/2013 22:00

Event Description

This course is a beginner’s guide to bats. During the day we shall look into their evolution, environmental requirements, importance, threats to their existence and conservation methods. We shall cover the use of bat detectors and use them in the evening to identify some of the bats in Bushy Park.

This introductory day and evening course will cover the biology of bats and their environmental requirements in general, but particularly the 17 species of British bats. The course involves a two hour night bat walk.

Sunday April 28, 2013
Start: 28/04/2013 05:00

Event Description

This is a unique opportunity to enjoy our wonderful wildlife reserve before daybreak as we celebrate international dawn chorus day. Everyone, from people with a passing interest in wildlife to keen birders, can enjoy listening to the birds sing as the sun rises over the reedbeds, lakes and ponds.

Tuesday April 30, 2013
Start: 30/04/2013 10:00
End: 30/04/2013 16:00

Event Description

A course for anyone looking to develop community engagement for energy-saving and climate change.

“Engaging on engagement!” Paul Radcliffe (Environment Agency)

“I really enjoyed the event - Excellent!” Liz Horsfield (Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea)

“Interesting and very well organised!” Monica Nadolny (Groundwork)

“Informative with new ideas and techniques to take forward” Evangeline Wood (West Berkshire & Wokingham Council)

Wednesday May 01, 2013
Start: 01/05/2013 10:00
End: 01/05/2013 17:00

Event Description

A day of talks and debates for anyone with an interest in wildlife conservation.

Start: 01/05/2013

Event Description

NEW - RIBA Advanced CPD status

When this course is combined with our new 1-day Sustainable Building & Services Masterclasses, these 3 days of training form our new 3-day Sustainable Building & Services course which has been awarded RIBA Advanced CPD status - see below for more details.

Are you…

  • confused about Government sustainable construction legislation and how it will affect your company?
  • keen to learn how sustainability can help to meet your business priorities?

Event Description

The Green Register, in partnership with Pollard Thomas Edwards architects, is pleased to announce a brand new, flexible route to Green Register membership through a series of bite size training sessions designed to give concise training at a time to suit busy working professionals. Delegates can choose from a wide range of topics and can attend any number of sessions - the more you attend the closer you get to membership!

In this session Jean-Pierre Wack, Managing Director of Eight Associates, looks at the Code for Sustainable Homes...

Thursday May 02, 2013
Start: 01/05/2013
End: 02/05/2013

Event Description

NEW - RIBA Advanced CPD status

When this course is combined with our new 1-day Sustainable Building & Services Masterclasses, these 3 days of training form our new 3-day Sustainable Building & Services course which has been awarded RIBA Advanced CPD status - see below for more details.

Are you…

  • confused about Government sustainable construction legislation and how it will affect your company?
  • keen to learn how sustainability can help to meet your business priorities?

Thursday May 09, 2013
Start: 09/05/2013 08:00
End: 09/05/2013 16:00

Event Description

Eco-Fair is the largest environmental event in the North of England. We focus on real business issues and best practice case studies. We anticipate 1,000+ people coming in May 2013.

Highlights from the 2013 Eco-Fair Speaker Program 2013 include...

  • Keynote address from Rt. Hon. Gregory Barker Minister of State for Climate Change.
  • Natural Capital. Dax Lovegrove, Head of Business & Energy WWF.
  • Renewable energy. Feasibility, options, planning and funding explained.

Friday May 10, 2013

Event Description

The Green Register's NEW Sustainable Building and Services Masterclasses provide an ideal opportunity to learn about subjects that are relevant to your profession and skills at an advanced level.

Choose from a variety of topics on this one-day course, including:

  • Plumbing for Architects Part 1 - an overview of the main types of plumbing and heating systems in domestic and small commercial situations including core sustainable solutions - Cath Hassell, ech2o

Saturday May 11, 2013
Start: 11/05/2013 09:30
End: 11/05/2013 16:00

Event Description

A one day course that will include examining and identifying the previous night’s moth-trap catch from Bushy Park’s woodland, acid grassland and wetland habitats. In the afternoon we will visit these sites for butterflies, day-flying moths and caterpillar foodplants. Indoor work will include looking at field guides and survey equipment.

Start: 11/05/2013 10:00
End: 11/05/2013 16:00

Event Description

Trees form an imposing and ecologically important part of the landscape of the British Isle. This course will be field based using the extensive collection of specimen trees in Bushy Park. Over the course of the day we will look at the features such as leaves, bark, flowers and fruit which can be used to identify the common species.

The course is based outside for most of the day. Please ensure that you wear appropriate clothing and footwear.

Before the trip you will be sent and information pack detailing the itinerary for the day.

Wednesday May 15, 2013
Start: 15/05/2013 09:00
End: 15/05/2013 18:00

Event Description

Creative thinking in the redesign of individual and global systems is crucial to meet the scale of complex challenges posed by resources scarcity and environmental limits.

Thursday May 16, 2013
Start: 16/05/2013 10:00
End: 16/05/2013 16:00
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Sunday May 19, 2013
Start: 19/05/2013

Event Description

RAW is a two-day celebration of some of the best wine talent in the world. Featuring over 200 growers, RAW will be one of the most exciting collections of fine, natural wine artisans ever to come together in the capital. They are pure, kind to the planet, very possibly better for your health and best of all they're absolutely delicious.

Monday May 20, 2013
Start: 19/05/2013
End: 20/05/2013

Event Description

RAW is a two-day celebration of some of the best wine talent in the world. Featuring over 200 growers, RAW will be one of the most exciting collections of fine, natural wine artisans ever to come together in the capital. They are pure, kind to the planet, very possibly better for your health and best of all they're absolutely delicious.

Tuesday May 21, 2013
Start: 21/05/2013 10:00
End: 21/05/2013 16:00

Event Description

Making Volunteers love you – your organisation and the role they play!

Learn how to work with volunteers in new and exciting ways that help build your organisation, social enterprise or voluntary group.

‘A refreshing day, really excellent’
Emma Saunders, The Scouts Association

‘Really interesting training day as we were kept active. Great to have time to reflect on this aspect of my job’
Jo Carter, Natural England

Wednesday May 22, 2013

Event Description

Water and Biodiversity is the theme for 2013

Water is essential for life. No living being on planet Earth can survive without it. It is a prerequisite for human health and well-being as well as for the preservation of the environment.

Friday May 24, 2013
Start: 24/05/2013

Event Description

The original Happy Mondays are on course to headline a 5,000 capacity outdoor gig in the heart of Bristol next May as they take centre stage at VegfestUK Bristol’s tenth birthday party on Saturday May 25th 2013, along with support from 808 State and The Farm, plus a DJ slot from Peter Hook (New Order/Joy Division).

Saturday May 25, 2013

Event Description

The original Happy Mondays are on course to headline a 5,000 capacity outdoor gig in the heart of Bristol next May as they take centre stage at VegfestUK Bristol’s tenth birthday party on Saturday May 25th 2013, along with support from 808 State and The Farm, plus a DJ slot from Peter Hook (New Order/Joy Division).

Sunday May 26, 2013
Start: 24/05/2013
End: 26/05/2013

Event Description

The original Happy Mondays are on course to headline a 5,000 capacity outdoor gig in the heart of Bristol next May as they take centre stage at VegfestUK Bristol’s tenth birthday party on Saturday May 25th 2013, along with support from 808 State and The Farm, plus a DJ slot from Peter Hook (New Order/Joy Division).

Saturday June 01, 2013
Start: 01/06/2013 10:30

Event Description

A wildlife-themed fair at Knepp Castle which itself is the subject of a re-wilding project. Over 80 stalls include wildlife eg Bumblebee Trust, Am entomologists, Natural Beekeeping Trust, Peoples Trust for Endangered Species, Bat Trust, Countryside Restoration Trust,Ancient Trees, Wildlife Trust, RSPB. Plant stalls. Local food producers. Pop-up vintage
tearooms/wood-fired oven pizzas/steakburger barbecue from the in-house farm/veggie pakoras and bhajis.

Visitors are encouraged to buy their lunch from our producers and eat it by the lake.

Sunday June 02, 2013
Start: 01/06/2013 10:30
End: 02/06/2013 17:00

Event Description

A wildlife-themed fair at Knepp Castle which itself is the subject of a re-wilding project. Over 80 stalls include wildlife eg Bumblebee Trust, Am entomologists, Natural Beekeeping Trust, Peoples Trust for Endangered Species, Bat Trust, Countryside Restoration Trust,Ancient Trees, Wildlife Trust, RSPB. Plant stalls. Local food producers. Pop-up vintage
tearooms/wood-fired oven pizzas/steakburger barbecue from the in-house farm/veggie pakoras and bhajis.

Visitors are encouraged to buy their lunch from our producers and eat it by the lake.

Wednesday June 05, 2013

Event Description

The Green Register, in partnership with Pollard Thomas Edwards architects, is pleased to announce a brand new, flexible route to Green Register membership through a series of bite size training sessions designed to give concise training at a time to suit busy working professionals. Delegates can choose from a wide range of topics and can attend any number of sessions - the more you attend the closer you get to membership!

In this session Mark Saich of Green Building Solutions looks at Part L - New Dwellings...

Saturday June 08, 2013
Start: 08/06/2013

Event Description

Exploring our spiritual connection with plants and delving into the world of Plant Spirit Medicine. Learn to connect with and listen to the plants; journey with the drum to meet their spirits; learn healing techniques working with these spirits. For both beginners and those with some experience.

Start: 08/06/2013

Event Description

The London Green Fair is London's largest free green festival, taking place in Regent's Park on 8th & 9th June. The festival runs from midday until 8.30pm on Saturday and from midday until 7.30pm on Sunday

The Fair reflect the green aspirations and achievements of London as a whole - celebrating, educating and empowering.

Sunday June 09, 2013
Start: 08/06/2013
End: 09/06/2013

Event Description

Exploring our spiritual connection with plants and delving into the world of Plant Spirit Medicine. Learn to connect with and listen to the plants; journey with the drum to meet their spirits; learn healing techniques working with these spirits. For both beginners and those with some experience.

Start: 08/06/2013
End: 09/06/2013

Event Description

The London Green Fair is London's largest free green festival, taking place in Regent's Park on 8th & 9th June. The festival runs from midday until 8.30pm on Saturday and from midday until 7.30pm on Sunday

The Fair reflect the green aspirations and achievements of London as a whole - celebrating, educating and empowering.

Event Description

Open Farm Sunday is a fantastic project which has seen hundreds of farmers across the UK opening up their farm for one Sunday each year since 2006! It is a fantastic opportunity for everyone, young and old, to discover at first hand what it means to be a farmer.

Take time to listen to the birds, soak up the scenery, experience the smells of the farmyard and really get in touch with the land that feeds us. So come and feed your senses on Open Farm Sunday.

Thursday June 13, 2013
Start: 13/06/2013 10:00
End: 13/06/2013 16:00

Event Description

The morning will start with a wild food walk in Brogdale's 'Secret Cherry Orchard', discovering edible spring plants and their health benefits such as what happens if you drink half a pint of nettle tea a day.

The afternoon will be spent getting hands on learning cook with nettles and elder flower and how best to prepare them. This session would include Lucia’s exclusive recipe for nettle ice cream and other recipes from her book such as nettle soup, cumin, feta & nettle omelette and fritters.

Start: 13/06/2013

Event Description

Is the building you are designing or retrofitting:

  • traditionally built or a protected structure?
  • to feature a solid wall or unventilated roof buildup?
  • tall or in an area of strong winds?
  • damp or considered problematic?
  • to be fitted with internal wall insulation?
  • to be made very airtight and highly insulated?
  • to feature timber in vulnerable positions, like joist ends?

If you are concerned about interstitial condensation, mould or rot then you need to evaluate the risks with WUFI® Pro!

Friday June 14, 2013
Start: 13/06/2013
End: 14/06/2013

Event Description

Is the building you are designing or retrofitting:

  • traditionally built or a protected structure?
  • to feature a solid wall or unventilated roof buildup?
  • tall or in an area of strong winds?
  • damp or considered problematic?
  • to be fitted with internal wall insulation?
  • to be made very airtight and highly insulated?
  • to feature timber in vulnerable positions, like joist ends?

If you are concerned about interstitial condensation, mould or rot then you need to evaluate the risks with WUFI® Pro!

Saturday June 15, 2013
Start: 15/06/2013 09:00

Event Description

Principles of Flower Essence Healing Level 1 Basic Training
Mastering the art of prescribing

This course offers an introduction into flower essence therapy and enables participants to treat themselves, family and friends once qualified.

  • History and philosophy
  • Principles and techniques of therapy
  • Preparing and prescribing combination essences
  • Sampling and discussing essences
  • Theories of energy medicine and energy field assessment
  • Exploring the mind/body interconnection

Start: 15/06/2013

Event Description

Last year the nation fell in love with cycling; with more of us than ever getting on our bikes, inspired by our Olympic heroes. In 2013, we’re encouraging people across the UK to get their bikes out of the shed and fall in love with cycling all over again by taking part in one of the hundreds of Bike Week events up and down the country.

Start: 15/06/2013 21:15
End: 15/06/2013 22:30

Event Description

Learn all about moths, help to set up a moth trap and survey, identify and record the moths which fly in.

Part of the Festival of Fieldwork, celebrating the British Ecological Society's Centenary Year.

Sunday June 16, 2013
Start: 15/06/2013 09:00
End: 16/06/2013 17:00

Event Description

Principles of Flower Essence Healing Level 1 Basic Training
Mastering the art of prescribing

This course offers an introduction into flower essence therapy and enables participants to treat themselves, family and friends once qualified.

  • History and philosophy
  • Principles and techniques of therapy
  • Preparing and prescribing combination essences
  • Sampling and discussing essences
  • Theories of energy medicine and energy field assessment
  • Exploring the mind/body interconnection

Event Description

Last year the nation fell in love with cycling; with more of us than ever getting on our bikes, inspired by our Olympic heroes. In 2013, we’re encouraging people across the UK to get their bikes out of the shed and fall in love with cycling all over again by taking part in one of the hundreds of Bike Week events up and down the country.

Monday June 17, 2013

Event Description

Last year the nation fell in love with cycling; with more of us than ever getting on our bikes, inspired by our Olympic heroes. In 2013, we’re encouraging people across the UK to get their bikes out of the shed and fall in love with cycling all over again by taking part in one of the hundreds of Bike Week events up and down the country.

Start: 17/06/2013 09:00

Event Description

Flower Essence Healing in Practice Level 2 Practioner Training
Mastering the art of prescribing in a therapeutic context

Course content:

  • Preparing and prescribing individual flower, gem and element essences. Our courses offer a broad base qualification and will enable the therapist to use any form of essence once qualified. A certificate is issued on completion of each stage.
  • Client assessment and case studies
  • Essences for the psychological aspects of the chakras
  • Essences to balance the chakras

Start: 17/06/2013

Event Description

Recycle Week is an annual occurrence that takes place in June each year. It is organised by WRAP under the Recycle Now brand and is delivered to the public by a range of partners across the UK. These partners include local authorities, retailers, brands, schools, businesses and community groups.

Tuesday June 18, 2013

Event Description

Last year the nation fell in love with cycling; with more of us than ever getting on our bikes, inspired by our Olympic heroes. In 2013, we’re encouraging people across the UK to get their bikes out of the shed and fall in love with cycling all over again by taking part in one of the hundreds of Bike Week events up and down the country.

Start: 17/06/2013 09:00
End: 18/06/2013 17:00

Event Description

Flower Essence Healing in Practice Level 2 Practioner Training
Mastering the art of prescribing in a therapeutic context

Course content:

  • Preparing and prescribing individual flower, gem and element essences. Our courses offer a broad base qualification and will enable the therapist to use any form of essence once qualified. A certificate is issued on completion of each stage.
  • Client assessment and case studies
  • Essences for the psychological aspects of the chakras
  • Essences to balance the chakras

Event Description

Recycle Week is an annual occurrence that takes place in June each year. It is organised by WRAP under the Recycle Now brand and is delivered to the public by a range of partners across the UK. These partners include local authorities, retailers, brands, schools, businesses and community groups.

Wednesday June 19, 2013

Event Description

Last year the nation fell in love with cycling; with more of us than ever getting on our bikes, inspired by our Olympic heroes. In 2013, we’re encouraging people across the UK to get their bikes out of the shed and fall in love with cycling all over again by taking part in one of the hundreds of Bike Week events up and down the country.

Event Description

Recycle Week is an annual occurrence that takes place in June each year. It is organised by WRAP under the Recycle Now brand and is delivered to the public by a range of partners across the UK. These partners include local authorities, retailers, brands, schools, businesses and community groups.

Thursday June 20, 2013

Event Description

Last year the nation fell in love with cycling; with more of us than ever getting on our bikes, inspired by our Olympic heroes. In 2013, we’re encouraging people across the UK to get their bikes out of the shed and fall in love with cycling all over again by taking part in one of the hundreds of Bike Week events up and down the country.

Event Description

Recycle Week is an annual occurrence that takes place in June each year. It is organised by WRAP under the Recycle Now brand and is delivered to the public by a range of partners across the UK. These partners include local authorities, retailers, brands, schools, businesses and community groups.

Friday June 21, 2013

Event Description

Last year the nation fell in love with cycling; with more of us than ever getting on our bikes, inspired by our Olympic heroes. In 2013, we’re encouraging people across the UK to get their bikes out of the shed and fall in love with cycling all over again by taking part in one of the hundreds of Bike Week events up and down the country.

Event Description

Recycle Week is an annual occurrence that takes place in June each year. It is organised by WRAP under the Recycle Now brand and is delivered to the public by a range of partners across the UK. These partners include local authorities, retailers, brands, schools, businesses and community groups.

Saturday June 22, 2013

Event Description

Last year the nation fell in love with cycling; with more of us than ever getting on our bikes, inspired by our Olympic heroes. In 2013, we’re encouraging people across the UK to get their bikes out of the shed and fall in love with cycling all over again by taking part in one of the hundreds of Bike Week events up and down the country.

Event Description

Recycle Week is an annual occurrence that takes place in June each year. It is organised by WRAP under the Recycle Now brand and is delivered to the public by a range of partners across the UK. These partners include local authorities, retailers, brands, schools, businesses and community groups.

Start: 22/06/2013 09:00

Event Description

Flower Healing and Co-Creation with Nature - Level 3 Master Training
Mastering the art of contact with the subtle worlds of Nature

Course content:

  • Making a flower essence in Nature
  • Interpreting the message of flowers
  • Communication with plants and nature spirits
  • Tools for connecting with the angelic kingdom
  • Perceiving the energies of essences, plants and landscape
  • The plant’s connection with the human form and nature
  • Soul alignment to support healing and transformation
  • The alchemy of flower essences

Start: 22/06/2013 09:30
End: 22/06/2013 16:00

Event Description

Insects (bees, beetles, flies, bugs etc.) are all around us, in just about every habitat. Some are popular, like butterflies or ladybirds, and some less so, such as mosquitoes and aphids, many are just overlooked. This course introduces the major groups of insects: how to find them, how to recognise them and how they use their habitats. Using sites in Greenwich Park.

Start: 22/06/2013 14:00

Event Description

Ever dreamed of running your own food business? Spend an afternoon with serial entrepreneur and chef Wheeler del Torro to learn the ins and outs of launching your own food business.

Sunday June 23, 2013
Start: 15/06/2013
End: 23/06/2013

Event Description

Last year the nation fell in love with cycling; with more of us than ever getting on our bikes, inspired by our Olympic heroes. In 2013, we’re encouraging people across the UK to get their bikes out of the shed and fall in love with cycling all over again by taking part in one of the hundreds of Bike Week events up and down the country.

Start: 17/06/2013
End: 23/06/2013

Event Description

Recycle Week is an annual occurrence that takes place in June each year. It is organised by WRAP under the Recycle Now brand and is delivered to the public by a range of partners across the UK. These partners include local authorities, retailers, brands, schools, businesses and community groups.

Start: 22/06/2013 09:00
End: 23/06/2013 17:00

Event Description

Flower Healing and Co-Creation with Nature - Level 3 Master Training
Mastering the art of contact with the subtle worlds of Nature

Course content:

  • Making a flower essence in Nature
  • Interpreting the message of flowers
  • Communication with plants and nature spirits
  • Tools for connecting with the angelic kingdom
  • Perceiving the energies of essences, plants and landscape
  • The plant’s connection with the human form and nature
  • Soul alignment to support healing and transformation
  • The alchemy of flower essences

Start: 23/06/2013 10:00
End: 23/06/2013 16:00

Try out an ancient craft and discover your artistic flair. Relaxed, fun and creative, this is an ideal way to have a go at making your first piece of mosaic, with a wetland flower design. You will learn the basics of design, preparation, cutting, sticking and grouting. You will then be able to take away your mosaic and display your new skill.

Saturday June 29, 2013
Start: 29/06/2013 09:30
End: 29/06/2013 16:00

Event Description

An enjoyable introduction to deer. This is a rare opportunity to observe the deer in Bushy Park with an experienced Wildlife Officer who will share their knowledge of the wildlife of Bushy Park, specifically the Red and Fallow Deer. Duties associated with managing an open access park will be discussed.

John Comfort has worked for The Royal Parks for over 28 years and is Senior Wildlife Officer for Bushy Park, Richmond Park and Greenwich Park.

Start: 29/06/2013 10:00

Event Description

Included in the ticket price are:

Tours of the collection- Guided/Self-Guided)

Picnic Area- Bring a picnic and enjoy a selection of garden games. Sit back and relax in the sunshine with the whole family in our beautiful orchard picnic area.

Interactive Cooking Demonstrations- Learn, taste and take home recipes from these insightful demonstrations with talented cooks who will be baking and decorating wonderful summer foods throughout the whole weekend.

Sunday June 30, 2013
Start: 29/06/2013 10:00
End: 30/06/2013 17:00

Event Description

Included in the ticket price are:

Tours of the collection- Guided/Self-Guided)

Picnic Area- Bring a picnic and enjoy a selection of garden games. Sit back and relax in the sunshine with the whole family in our beautiful orchard picnic area.

Interactive Cooking Demonstrations- Learn, taste and take home recipes from these insightful demonstrations with talented cooks who will be baking and decorating wonderful summer foods throughout the whole weekend.

Start: 30/06/2013

Event Description

Eco Construction Techniques Workshop - Cob Building: How to Render a Log House with Natural Materials

Monday July 01, 2013

Event Description

Eco Construction Techniques Workshop - Cob Building: How to Render a Log House with Natural Materials

Tuesday July 02, 2013

Event Description

Eco Construction Techniques Workshop - Cob Building: How to Render a Log House with Natural Materials

Wednesday July 03, 2013

Event Description

Eco Construction Techniques Workshop - Cob Building: How to Render a Log House with Natural Materials

Start: 03/07/2013 10:00
End: 03/07/2013 16:00

Event Description

A practical and comprehensive training day to help your organisation make real efficiency savings, engage with staff and stakeholders and improve the environmental impact of your workplace.

“Quick paced and fun approach to environmental sustainability with a group of knowledgeable professionals” Joan McGarvey (Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea)

“It was a useful overview of how to take action to improve environmental awareness and create change in the workplace” -Mark Pearson (Surrey Wildlife Trust)

“Very informative and enjoyable”

Thursday July 04, 2013

Event Description

Eco Construction Techniques Workshop - Cob Building: How to Render a Log House with Natural Materials

Start: 04/07/2013 08:30
End: 04/07/2013 13:00

Event Description

Guest of Honour: Robin Mortimer, Director for Sustainable Land Management and Livestock Farming, Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs

Friday July 05, 2013

Event Description

Eco Construction Techniques Workshop - Cob Building: How to Render a Log House with Natural Materials

Saturday July 06, 2013

Event Description

Eco Construction Techniques Workshop - Cob Building: How to Render a Log House with Natural Materials

Start: 06/07/2013 09:30
End: 06/07/2013 16:00

Event Description

Urban botany explores the rich mix of native and non-native plants in unusual habitats throughout Greenwich Park.

It is aimed at people who have a keen interest in plants or just want to know more. The course will focus on identifying plant species and understanding the recent changes in urban botany.

Sunday July 07, 2013

Event Description

Eco Construction Techniques Workshop - Cob Building: How to Render a Log House with Natural Materials

Monday July 08, 2013

Event Description

Eco Construction Techniques Workshop - Cob Building: How to Render a Log House with Natural Materials

Tuesday July 09, 2013

Event Description

Eco Construction Techniques Workshop - Cob Building: How to Render a Log House with Natural Materials

Wednesday July 10, 2013

Event Description

Eco Construction Techniques Workshop - Cob Building: How to Render a Log House with Natural Materials

Start: 10/07/2013 17:00

Event Description

The Green Register, in partnership with Pollard Thomas Edwards architects, is pleased to announce a brand new, flexible route to Green Register membership through a series of bite size training sessions designed to give concise training at a time to suit busy working professionals.

Delegates can choose from a wide range of topics and can attend any number of sessions - the more you attend the closer you get to membership!

In this session Mark Saich of Green Building Solutions looks at The "how to" of Straw Bale Building...

Thursday July 11, 2013

Event Description

Eco Construction Techniques Workshop - Cob Building: How to Render a Log House with Natural Materials

Friday July 12, 2013

Event Description

Eco Construction Techniques Workshop - Cob Building: How to Render a Log House with Natural Materials

Saturday July 13, 2013
Start: 30/06/2013
End: 13/07/2013

Event Description

Eco Construction Techniques Workshop - Cob Building: How to Render a Log House with Natural Materials

Sunday July 14, 2013

Event Description

Superstar singer-songwriter Jessie J has been announced as the latest headliner for the Eden Sessions 2013.

The London-born singer is one of the hottest pop stars on the planet right now, having hit the number one spot in 19 countries, selling 16 million singles and more than three million copies of her multi-platinum debut album Who You Are.

In the UK alone she has sold 1.5 million albums and secured two number one singles with Price Tag and Domino.

Saturday July 20, 2013
Start: 20/07/2013 09:30
End: 20/07/2013 16:00

Event Description

This course provides an introduction to butterfly natural history, identification and conservation. Using a mix of indoor activities and presentations, plus fieldwork observing butterflies in there natural habitats in Bushy Park.

Start: 20/07/2013 11:00

Event Description

As well as being havens for wildlife, wetlands are also crucial for humans. For thousands of years, wetlands have provided the raw materials to feed, clothe and house people. Our traditional country crafts weekend celebrates this aspect of wetlands with a number of demonstrations relating to rural and wetland crafts.

Come along to see skilled professionals demonstrate their crafts and maybe even have a go at them yourself. You’ll also be able to buy some of their beautiful handmade crafts to take home.

Sunday July 21, 2013
Start: 20/07/2013 11:00
End: 21/07/2013 16:00

Event Description

As well as being havens for wildlife, wetlands are also crucial for humans. For thousands of years, wetlands have provided the raw materials to feed, clothe and house people. Our traditional country crafts weekend celebrates this aspect of wetlands with a number of demonstrations relating to rural and wetland crafts.

Come along to see skilled professionals demonstrate their crafts and maybe even have a go at them yourself. You’ll also be able to buy some of their beautiful handmade crafts to take home.

Thursday July 25, 2013
Start: 25/07/2013 10:00

Event Description

A practical and enjoyable day for budding young wildlife photographers (aged 8 or above) and their parents, to learn how to get great shots of wildlife.

Starting with an illustrated introductory session looking at composition, technique, fieldcraft and equipment, you will then head outside for practical session of nature photography.

This event is suitable for all skill levels and camera types (compact or SLR).

All children must be accompanied by an adult.

Due to small course numbers there will be plenty of time for 1-2-1 tuition

Friday July 26, 2013
Start: 26/07/2013

Event Description

This summer, South East families who dread car journeys with kids can try visiting the South Downs by Breeze Bus for free or half price, thanks to the South Downs National Park Authority, Brighton and Hove City Buses and Brighton and Hove City Council.

Families will be able to take in the views from the top of the Breeze Bus for free during National Parks Week (26th July – 4th August) and then half price for the rest of the summer by visiting www.southdowns.gov.uk/discover and downloading their free or half price tickets.

Picture: © Fat Sands

Saturday July 27, 2013

Event Description

This summer, South East families who dread car journeys with kids can try visiting the South Downs by Breeze Bus for free or half price, thanks to the South Downs National Park Authority, Brighton and Hove City Buses and Brighton and Hove City Council.

Families will be able to take in the views from the top of the Breeze Bus for free during National Parks Week (26th July – 4th August) and then half price for the rest of the summer by visiting www.southdowns.gov.uk/discover and downloading their free or half price tickets.

Picture: © Fat Sands

Sunday July 28, 2013

Event Description

This summer, South East families who dread car journeys with kids can try visiting the South Downs by Breeze Bus for free or half price, thanks to the South Downs National Park Authority, Brighton and Hove City Buses and Brighton and Hove City Council.

Families will be able to take in the views from the top of the Breeze Bus for free during National Parks Week (26th July – 4th August) and then half price for the rest of the summer by visiting www.southdowns.gov.uk/discover and downloading their free or half price tickets.

Picture: © Fat Sands

Start: 28/07/2013 09:30
End: 28/07/2013 16:00

Event Description

Six months on, this day will explore the past, present and future impact of London 2012. Starting at View Tube for a panoramic view of the site before working our way around the Olympic Park. There will be plenty of time for discussion including the impacts on the local people, environment and economy.

The Olympic Games has kick started a regeneration process in East London. The day will focus on Stratford and the Olympic Park. Starting at View Tube the panoramic view across the site will allow us to put into context the different buildings.

Monday July 29, 2013

Event Description

This summer, South East families who dread car journeys with kids can try visiting the South Downs by Breeze Bus for free or half price, thanks to the South Downs National Park Authority, Brighton and Hove City Buses and Brighton and Hove City Council.

Families will be able to take in the views from the top of the Breeze Bus for free during National Parks Week (26th July – 4th August) and then half price for the rest of the summer by visiting www.southdowns.gov.uk/discover and downloading their free or half price tickets.

Picture: © Fat Sands

Tuesday July 30, 2013

Event Description

This summer, South East families who dread car journeys with kids can try visiting the South Downs by Breeze Bus for free or half price, thanks to the South Downs National Park Authority, Brighton and Hove City Buses and Brighton and Hove City Council.

Families will be able to take in the views from the top of the Breeze Bus for free during National Parks Week (26th July – 4th August) and then half price for the rest of the summer by visiting www.southdowns.gov.uk/discover and downloading their free or half price tickets.

Picture: © Fat Sands

Wednesday July 31, 2013

Event Description

This summer, South East families who dread car journeys with kids can try visiting the South Downs by Breeze Bus for free or half price, thanks to the South Downs National Park Authority, Brighton and Hove City Buses and Brighton and Hove City Council.

Families will be able to take in the views from the top of the Breeze Bus for free during National Parks Week (26th July – 4th August) and then half price for the rest of the summer by visiting www.southdowns.gov.uk/discover and downloading their free or half price tickets.

Picture: © Fat Sands

Thursday August 01, 2013

Event Description

This summer, South East families who dread car journeys with kids can try visiting the South Downs by Breeze Bus for free or half price, thanks to the South Downs National Park Authority, Brighton and Hove City Buses and Brighton and Hove City Council.

Families will be able to take in the views from the top of the Breeze Bus for free during National Parks Week (26th July – 4th August) and then half price for the rest of the summer by visiting www.southdowns.gov.uk/discover and downloading their free or half price tickets.

Picture: © Fat Sands

Start: 01/08/2013

Event Description

4 days of fun, Music, Entertainment Networking, Healing, Speakers, Transition Towns, Award winning Children's Area, Craft workshops, run by the sun and the wind in a beautiful park on the edge of the Wye valley

Friday August 02, 2013

Event Description

This summer, South East families who dread car journeys with kids can try visiting the South Downs by Breeze Bus for free or half price, thanks to the South Downs National Park Authority, Brighton and Hove City Buses and Brighton and Hove City Council.

Families will be able to take in the views from the top of the Breeze Bus for free during National Parks Week (26th July – 4th August) and then half price for the rest of the summer by visiting www.southdowns.gov.uk/discover and downloading their free or half price tickets.

Picture: © Fat Sands

Event Description

4 days of fun, Music, Entertainment Networking, Healing, Speakers, Transition Towns, Award winning Children's Area, Craft workshops, run by the sun and the wind in a beautiful park on the edge of the Wye valley

Saturday August 03, 2013

Event Description

This summer, South East families who dread car journeys with kids can try visiting the South Downs by Breeze Bus for free or half price, thanks to the South Downs National Park Authority, Brighton and Hove City Buses and Brighton and Hove City Council.

Families will be able to take in the views from the top of the Breeze Bus for free during National Parks Week (26th July – 4th August) and then half price for the rest of the summer by visiting www.southdowns.gov.uk/discover and downloading their free or half price tickets.

Picture: © Fat Sands

Event Description

4 days of fun, Music, Entertainment Networking, Healing, Speakers, Transition Towns, Award winning Children's Area, Craft workshops, run by the sun and the wind in a beautiful park on the edge of the Wye valley

Sunday August 04, 2013
Start: 26/07/2013
End: 04/08/2013

Event Description

This summer, South East families who dread car journeys with kids can try visiting the South Downs by Breeze Bus for free or half price, thanks to the South Downs National Park Authority, Brighton and Hove City Buses and Brighton and Hove City Council.

Families will be able to take in the views from the top of the Breeze Bus for free during National Parks Week (26th July – 4th August) and then half price for the rest of the summer by visiting www.southdowns.gov.uk/discover and downloading their free or half price tickets.

Picture: © Fat Sands

Start: 01/08/2013
End: 04/08/2013

Event Description

4 days of fun, Music, Entertainment Networking, Healing, Speakers, Transition Towns, Award winning Children's Area, Craft workshops, run by the sun and the wind in a beautiful park on the edge of the Wye valley

Saturday August 17, 2013
Start: 17/08/2013 09:30
End: 17/08/2013 16:00

Event Description

This is a beginner's practical workshop in Bushy Park is suitable for anyone who has an interest in natural history and would like to know more about botany and how to recreate artistic images. It will demonstrate how the study of a plant can inform your artwork by helping you understand its structure.

Sunday August 18, 2013
Start: 18/08/2013 09:30
End: 18/08/2013 16:00

Event Description

This course will introduce you to the techniques of botanical illustration. The focus will be on work in pencil, pen and ink as this forms the foundation of the work in different media.

This practical workshop in Bushy Park is suitable for anyone who has an interest in nature or drawing

Thursday September 05, 2013

Event Description

WWT London Wetland Centre is one of the best places to watch bats in London as we have about seven species that hunt on site.

Our bat walks give you the chance not only to see these amazing flying mammals and their astonishing aerial acrobatics, but also learn more about them with a talk by one of our bat experts in our theatre before heading out to the reserve. We supply bat detectors to help you identify the species that are swooping around and to listen to them ‘chattering’ as they hunt for food.

Sunday September 08, 2013
Start: 08/09/2013 11:00
End: 08/09/2013 12:30

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Event Title: Reptile walk
Event Type: Special Days & Events
Organiser: WWT London Wetland Centre
Location: Queen Elizabeth's Walk, Barnes, London, SW13 9WT
Date & Time:
8/9/2013
11am – 12.30pm
Costs:
Event Description:

Event Description

Join our reptile enthusiast to look for some of the shyer residents of the reserve. Find out how and where to look for reptiles and hear fascinating facts about these often misunderstood animals.

Thursday September 12, 2013
Start: 12/09/2013 18:55
End: 12/09/2013 21:25

Event Description

WWT London Wetland Centre is one of the best places to watch bats in London as we have about seven species that hunt on site.

Our bat walks give you the chance not only to see these amazing flying mammals and their astonishing aerial acrobatics, but also learn more about them with a talk by one of our bat experts in our theatre before heading out to the reserve. We supply bat detectors to help you identify the species that are swooping around and to listen to them ‘chattering’ as they hunt for food.

Saturday September 14, 2013
Start: 14/09/2013

Event Description

Enjoy a day out with Game Preparation and Cooking Demonstrations by professional Forager Michael White, hedgerow walks with the Badger Bushcraft Company, Rural Craft, Food Stalls including the Wild Food Catering Company and stalls selling local and rural foods. Tractor Trailer Tours will be running all weekend and our Marketplace Shops, Butcher, Restaurant, Miniature Railway & Play Park will all be open too! As one of our smaller event days, the Rural Cooking Weekend is a fun day out and a chance to discover food that is right on your doorstep.

Start: 14/09/2013 11:00
End: 14/09/2013 13:00

Event Description

Need to declutter?
Why not have a clear out and SELL your outgrown baby and children's toys, books, clothes and nursery equipment like cots, highchairs, pushchairs, walkers and moses baskets at our pop-up indoor markets and keep 100% of the takings.

Don't worry if you haven't sold before - we will guide you through the process with our sellers tips to help you get the pricing and presentation right so you maximise your sales on the day.

Stall booking at www.mum2mummarket.co.uk/book-a-stall.html

Sunday September 15, 2013
Start: 14/09/2013
End: 15/09/2013

Event Description

Enjoy a day out with Game Preparation and Cooking Demonstrations by professional Forager Michael White, hedgerow walks with the Badger Bushcraft Company, Rural Craft, Food Stalls including the Wild Food Catering Company and stalls selling local and rural foods. Tractor Trailer Tours will be running all weekend and our Marketplace Shops, Butcher, Restaurant, Miniature Railway & Play Park will all be open too! As one of our smaller event days, the Rural Cooking Weekend is a fun day out and a chance to discover food that is right on your doorstep.

Start: 15/09/2013 09:30
End: 15/09/2013 16:00

Event Description

Did you know that there are over 1,500 species of fungi in London? This beginners course will explore the environment of Bushy Park, showing how and where to find different species of fungi and examining their amazing lifestyles. A combination of walks and talks will help you to identify common fungi, and find out how to avoid the potentially dangerous species!

Monday September 16, 2013
Start: 16/09/2013

Event Description

Boosting student test scores, improving employee productivity, accelerating patient recovery rates, and slashing energy consumption in homes… green buildings are good for the planet and good for people too.

From 16 to 20 September 2013, Green Building Councils in 98 countries representing more than 25,000 organisations will host events, run campaigns and celebrate World Green Building Week under the theme: 'Greener Buildings, Better Places, Healthier People'.

Tuesday September 17, 2013

Event Description

Boosting student test scores, improving employee productivity, accelerating patient recovery rates, and slashing energy consumption in homes… green buildings are good for the planet and good for people too.

From 16 to 20 September 2013, Green Building Councils in 98 countries representing more than 25,000 organisations will host events, run campaigns and celebrate World Green Building Week under the theme: 'Greener Buildings, Better Places, Healthier People'.

Wednesday September 18, 2013

Event Description

Boosting student test scores, improving employee productivity, accelerating patient recovery rates, and slashing energy consumption in homes… green buildings are good for the planet and good for people too.

From 16 to 20 September 2013, Green Building Councils in 98 countries representing more than 25,000 organisations will host events, run campaigns and celebrate World Green Building Week under the theme: 'Greener Buildings, Better Places, Healthier People'.

Thursday September 19, 2013

Event Description

Boosting student test scores, improving employee productivity, accelerating patient recovery rates, and slashing energy consumption in homes… green buildings are good for the planet and good for people too.

From 16 to 20 September 2013, Green Building Councils in 98 countries representing more than 25,000 organisations will host events, run campaigns and celebrate World Green Building Week under the theme: 'Greener Buildings, Better Places, Healthier People'.

Start: 19/09/2013 18:40
End: 19/09/2013 21:10

Event Description

WWT London Wetland Centre is one of the best places to watch bats in London as we have about seven species that hunt on site.

Our bat walks give you the chance not only to see these amazing flying mammals and their astonishing aerial acrobatics, but also learn more about them with a talk by one of our bat experts in our theatre before heading out to the reserve. We supply bat detectors to help you identify the species that are swooping around and to listen to them ‘chattering’ as they hunt for food.

Friday September 20, 2013
Start: 16/09/2013
End: 20/09/2013

Event Description

Boosting student test scores, improving employee productivity, accelerating patient recovery rates, and slashing energy consumption in homes… green buildings are good for the planet and good for people too.

From 16 to 20 September 2013, Green Building Councils in 98 countries representing more than 25,000 organisations will host events, run campaigns and celebrate World Green Building Week under the theme: 'Greener Buildings, Better Places, Healthier People'.

Saturday September 21, 2013
Start: 21/09/2013 13:30
End: 21/09/2013 15:00

Event Description

Late autumn is a great time to get a close look at the botanical side of WWT London Wetland Centre. The Centre has been carefully planted with a variety of species that provide shelter and food for wildlife. Sloes, hawthorn berries and rosehips, for example, help to feed birds and small mammals throughout the winter.

During the walk, which lasts about 90 minutes, plant enthusiast Peter Day will identify species and explain their importance to our wildlife and the historical uses to which many have been put by man.

Start: 21/09/2013

Event Description

What you will learn:

  • Honey bee biology and ecology
  • How to handle bees
  • Being a bee-keeper ~ what is involved
  • About bees and plants
  • Making and building low-cost hives
  • Bee-keeping and sustainability
  • How to keep healthy bees

Event Description

This event will introduce participants to some of the diversity of macroscopic plant life in freshwater, including an illustrated lecture, sampling in nearby ponds and streams in Bushy Park for algae and then observing and identifying them under a microscope.

Sunday September 22, 2013
Start: 21/09/2013
End: 22/09/2013

Event Description

What you will learn:

  • Honey bee biology and ecology
  • How to handle bees
  • Being a bee-keeper ~ what is involved
  • About bees and plants
  • Making and building low-cost hives
  • Bee-keeping and sustainability
  • How to keep healthy bees

Start: 22/09/2013

Event Description

Monday September 23, 2013
Tuesday September 24, 2013
Wednesday September 25, 2013
Start: 22/09/2013
End: 25/09/2013

Event Description

Start: 25/09/2013 17:00
End: 25/09/2013 19:00

Event Description

This highly interactive and practical seminar from Stephen Gurney of Ecological Building Systems, will demonstrate best practice detailing and application for many of the major critical airtight junctions in new build and refurbishment.

There will be a model wall and window application to show membrane and tape installations along with some handy guides and tips to aid designers and contractors to achieve excellent levels of airtightness.

What did delegates say about previous Bite Size sessions?

Friday September 27, 2013
Start: 27/09/2013

Event Description

Polka Theatre and Tonic Theatre present The Planet and Stuff, by Simon Daw, Joel Horwood and Lucy Kerbel

One simple question: ‘How can we solve climate change?’

Saturday September 28, 2013

Event Description

Polka Theatre and Tonic Theatre present The Planet and Stuff, by Simon Daw, Joel Horwood and Lucy Kerbel

One simple question: ‘How can we solve climate change?’

Start: 28/09/2013 09:30
End: 28/09/2013 16:00

Event Description

An introduction to wildflowers. This practical day will help you explore the different species of wildflowers in Greenwich Park.

The day is a combination of walks and talks where you will learn some identification skills with one of London's leading experts on wildflowers

Sunday September 29, 2013

Event Description

Polka Theatre and Tonic Theatre present The Planet and Stuff, by Simon Daw, Joel Horwood and Lucy Kerbel

One simple question: ‘How can we solve climate change?’

Monday September 30, 2013

Event Description

Polka Theatre and Tonic Theatre present The Planet and Stuff, by Simon Daw, Joel Horwood and Lucy Kerbel

One simple question: ‘How can we solve climate change?’

Tuesday October 01, 2013

Event Description

Polka Theatre and Tonic Theatre present The Planet and Stuff, by Simon Daw, Joel Horwood and Lucy Kerbel

One simple question: ‘How can we solve climate change?’

Wednesday October 02, 2013

Event Description

Polka Theatre and Tonic Theatre present The Planet and Stuff, by Simon Daw, Joel Horwood and Lucy Kerbel

One simple question: ‘How can we solve climate change?’

Start: 02/10/2013 09:00
End: 02/10/2013 17:00

Event Description

Comprehensive Technical Guidance plus the Sustainable Angle from the Experts

This new one-day seminar is run by Mark Saich, whose extensive experience both as a Building Control officer and director of Green Building Solutions brings expert insight into the subject of designing high performing, healthy houses that will be future proofed against climate change. The emphasis throughout the seminar will be on down-to-earth advice to use in practice.

Thursday October 03, 2013

Event Description

Polka Theatre and Tonic Theatre present The Planet and Stuff, by Simon Daw, Joel Horwood and Lucy Kerbel

One simple question: ‘How can we solve climate change?’

Start: 03/10/2013 16:17
End: 03/10/2013 16:17

Event Description

Comprehensive Technical Guidance plus the Sustainable Angle from the Expert

This new one-day seminar is run by Mark Saich, whose extensive experience both as a Building Control officer and director of Green Building Solutions brings expert insight into the subject of designing high performing, healthy houses that will be future proofed against climate change. The emphasis throughout the seminar will be on down-to-earth advice to use in practice.

Friday October 04, 2013

Event Description

Polka Theatre and Tonic Theatre present The Planet and Stuff, by Simon Daw, Joel Horwood and Lucy Kerbel

One simple question: ‘How can we solve climate change?’

Saturday October 05, 2013

Event Description

Polka Theatre and Tonic Theatre present The Planet and Stuff, by Simon Daw, Joel Horwood and Lucy Kerbel

One simple question: ‘How can we solve climate change?’

Start: 05/10/2013 09:30
End: 05/10/2013 16:00

Event Description

Everyone can enjoy a bug hunt! During the day you will hunt through The Regent's Park, looking in the trees, the grass and under logs to discover different creepy crawlies.

Start: 05/10/2013 11:00

Event Description

The dates have been confirmed for a brand new vegetarian lifestyle show in the heart of the West End of London at the world famous Kensington Olympia over two days in October 2013. 10,000 visitors are expected to attend the two day event, which is open from 11am – 7pm.

Sunday October 06, 2013

Event Description

Polka Theatre and Tonic Theatre present The Planet and Stuff, by Simon Daw, Joel Horwood and Lucy Kerbel

One simple question: ‘How can we solve climate change?’

Start: 05/10/2013 11:00
End: 06/10/2013 19:00

Event Description

The dates have been confirmed for a brand new vegetarian lifestyle show in the heart of the West End of London at the world famous Kensington Olympia over two days in October 2013. 10,000 visitors are expected to attend the two day event, which is open from 11am – 7pm.

Monday October 07, 2013

Event Description

Polka Theatre and Tonic Theatre present The Planet and Stuff, by Simon Daw, Joel Horwood and Lucy Kerbel

One simple question: ‘How can we solve climate change?’

Start: 07/10/2013

Event Description

UK Earth Science Week takes place on 7-13 October, and will be a celebration of the geology on our doorsteps in the UK. Throughout the week, the Geological Society will be organising and promoting geology walks, both guided and self-guided, in cities across the UK, culminating in the Great Geowalk on saturday 12th.

Tuesday October 08, 2013

Event Description

Polka Theatre and Tonic Theatre present The Planet and Stuff, by Simon Daw, Joel Horwood and Lucy Kerbel

One simple question: ‘How can we solve climate change?’

Event Description

UK Earth Science Week takes place on 7-13 October, and will be a celebration of the geology on our doorsteps in the UK. Throughout the week, the Geological Society will be organising and promoting geology walks, both guided and self-guided, in cities across the UK, culminating in the Great Geowalk on saturday 12th.

Event Description

This complimentary webinar will provide an overview of key GFSI standards on food packaging and explore the role of packaging on safety and shelf life of food.

Agenda

  • Overview of the key principles and requirements of GFSI standards on food packaging
  • Overview of latest development in food packaging
  • Food packaging and role on food security, safety and shelf life
  • Conclusions

Target Audience

Start: 08/10/2013 17:00
End: 08/10/2013 19:00

Event Description

Our popular Bite Size training sessions come to Bristol this Autumn, starting with a session on best practice detailing for eco-refurbishments from The Green Register's Lucy Pedler...

With the best will in the world, many domestic refurbishments do not meet the improvements in energy efficiency, carbon reduction targets and comfort levels they are designed to achieve.

Wednesday October 09, 2013

Event Description

Polka Theatre and Tonic Theatre present The Planet and Stuff, by Simon Daw, Joel Horwood and Lucy Kerbel

One simple question: ‘How can we solve climate change?’

Event Description

UK Earth Science Week takes place on 7-13 October, and will be a celebration of the geology on our doorsteps in the UK. Throughout the week, the Geological Society will be organising and promoting geology walks, both guided and self-guided, in cities across the UK, culminating in the Great Geowalk on saturday 12th.

Thursday October 10, 2013

Event Description

Polka Theatre and Tonic Theatre present The Planet and Stuff, by Simon Daw, Joel Horwood and Lucy Kerbel

One simple question: ‘How can we solve climate change?’

Event Description

UK Earth Science Week takes place on 7-13 October, and will be a celebration of the geology on our doorsteps in the UK. Throughout the week, the Geological Society will be organising and promoting geology walks, both guided and self-guided, in cities across the UK, culminating in the Great Geowalk on saturday 12th.

Start: 10/10/2013 08:30
End: 10/10/2013 13:00

Event Description

This seminar will provide a timely opportunity to discuss the future of energy pricing in the UK.

It will draw on issues raised by the Energy Bill - which is currently in its Parliamentary stages and proposes a series of measures to ensure that consumers are getting a better deal - and the recent publication of Ofgem's Wholesale power market liquidity proposals which aims to ensure that "wholesale energy prices become more transparent" and that "a more level playing field" for energy suppliers is created.

Start: 10/10/2013 09:00
End: 10/10/2013 17:00

Event Description

Are you…

  • concerned about how your business can survive in the economic downturn?
  • realising that there is potential work in the domestic refurbishment sector now that people cannot afford to move home?
  • wanting to meet a growing demand for eco-refurbishment advice and services but currently lack the information and know-how?

Friday October 11, 2013

Event Description

Polka Theatre and Tonic Theatre present The Planet and Stuff, by Simon Daw, Joel Horwood and Lucy Kerbel

One simple question: ‘How can we solve climate change?’

Event Description

UK Earth Science Week takes place on 7-13 October, and will be a celebration of the geology on our doorsteps in the UK. Throughout the week, the Geological Society will be organising and promoting geology walks, both guided and self-guided, in cities across the UK, culminating in the Great Geowalk on saturday 12th.

Saturday October 12, 2013

Event Description

Polka Theatre and Tonic Theatre present The Planet and Stuff, by Simon Daw, Joel Horwood and Lucy Kerbel

One simple question: ‘How can we solve climate change?’

Event Description

UK Earth Science Week takes place on 7-13 October, and will be a celebration of the geology on our doorsteps in the UK. Throughout the week, the Geological Society will be organising and promoting geology walks, both guided and self-guided, in cities across the UK, culminating in the Great Geowalk on saturday 12th.

Start: 12/10/2013 11:00
End: 12/10/2013 13:00

Event Description

Need to declutter?
Why not have a clear out and SELL your outgrown baby and children's toys, books, clothes and nursery equipment like cots, highchairs, pushchairs, walkers and moses baskets at our pop-up indoor markets and keep 100% of the takings.

Don't worry if you haven't sold before - we will guide you through the process with our sellers tips to help you get the pricing and presentation right so you maximise your sales on the day.

Stall booking at www.mum2mummarket.co.uk/book-a-stall.html

Sunday October 13, 2013

Event Description

Polka Theatre and Tonic Theatre present The Planet and Stuff, by Simon Daw, Joel Horwood and Lucy Kerbel

One simple question: ‘How can we solve climate change?’

Start: 07/10/2013
End: 13/10/2013

Event Description

UK Earth Science Week takes place on 7-13 October, and will be a celebration of the geology on our doorsteps in the UK. Throughout the week, the Geological Society will be organising and promoting geology walks, both guided and self-guided, in cities across the UK, culminating in the Great Geowalk on saturday 12th.

Start: 13/10/2013

Event Description

National Ethical Investment Week (NEIW) running from 13th to 19th October 2013, will demonstrate the value of smart sustainable investment, showing how people can make money by investing in companies that benefit society and will caution that their savings may be at risk in businesses pursuing unsustainable activities.

Start: 13/10/2013 09:30
End: 13/10/2013 11:00

Event Description

Join our warden for a special guided walk with a focus on migratory birds. Birds will be arriving from their breeding grounds as distant as Russia and Scandinavia to find food and more habitable conditions. Some will settle in the area for winter but many others will stop off here to feed and rest.

Start: 13/10/2013 13:30
End: 13/10/2013 15:30

Event Description

Mum2mum market is a pop up market where mums can sell their pre loved maternity, baby and kids war to other local mums.

The idea is simple - sellers book and pay a flat fee for their stall in advance on the mum2mum market website. They receive seller's tips to help them get orginised and ready for the sale. They then just have to turn up and sell their stuff!

Monday October 14, 2013

Event Description

Polka Theatre and Tonic Theatre present The Planet and Stuff, by Simon Daw, Joel Horwood and Lucy Kerbel

One simple question: ‘How can we solve climate change?’

Event Description

National Ethical Investment Week (NEIW) running from 13th to 19th October 2013, will demonstrate the value of smart sustainable investment, showing how people can make money by investing in companies that benefit society and will caution that their savings may be at risk in businesses pursuing unsustainable activities.

Tuesday October 15, 2013

Event Description

Polka Theatre and Tonic Theatre present The Planet and Stuff, by Simon Daw, Joel Horwood and Lucy Kerbel

One simple question: ‘How can we solve climate change?’

Event Description

National Ethical Investment Week (NEIW) running from 13th to 19th October 2013, will demonstrate the value of smart sustainable investment, showing how people can make money by investing in companies that benefit society and will caution that their savings may be at risk in businesses pursuing unsustainable activities.

Start: 15/10/2013 09:00
End: 15/10/2013 17:00

Event Description

Comprehensive Technical Guidance plus the Sustainable Angle from the Experts

This new one-day seminar is run by Mark Saich, whose extensive experience both as a Building Control officer and director of Green Building Solutions brings expert insight into the subject of designing high performing, healthy houses that will be future proofed against climate change. The emphasis throughout the seminar will be on down-to-earth advice to use in practice.

Wednesday October 16, 2013

Event Description

Polka Theatre and Tonic Theatre present The Planet and Stuff, by Simon Daw, Joel Horwood and Lucy Kerbel

One simple question: ‘How can we solve climate change?’

Event Description

National Ethical Investment Week (NEIW) running from 13th to 19th October 2013, will demonstrate the value of smart sustainable investment, showing how people can make money by investing in companies that benefit society and will caution that their savings may be at risk in businesses pursuing unsustainable activities.

Start: 16/10/2013 09:00
End: 16/10/2013 17:00

Event Description

Comprehensive Technical Guidance plus the Sustainable Angle from the Expert

This new one-day seminar is run by Mark Saich, whose extensive experience both as a Building Control officer and director of Green Building Solutions brings expert insight into the subject of designing high performing, healthy houses that will be future proofed against climate change. The emphasis throughout the seminar will be on down-to-earth advice to use in practice.

Event Description

“Sustainable Food Systems for Food Security and Nutrition” will be the focus of World Food Day in 2013.

The official World Food Day theme – announced at the start of every year by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) – gives focus to World Food Day observances and helps increase understanding of problems and solutions in the drive to end hunger.

Thursday October 17, 2013

Event Description

Polka Theatre and Tonic Theatre present The Planet and Stuff, by Simon Daw, Joel Horwood and Lucy Kerbel

One simple question: ‘How can we solve climate change?’

Event Description

National Ethical Investment Week (NEIW) running from 13th to 19th October 2013, will demonstrate the value of smart sustainable investment, showing how people can make money by investing in companies that benefit society and will caution that their savings may be at risk in businesses pursuing unsustainable activities.

Start: 17/10/2013 10:00
End: 17/10/2013 16:00

Event Description

Gain the tools and techniques to make your facilitation engaging and productive.

This short course looks at the type of the work that a facilitator may take on. This includes designing events, getting ‘buy-in’ from those attending, and ensuring inclusiveness, with a special focus on dealing with problems and conflicts.

Start: 17/10/2013 16:00

Event Description

The objective of this complimentary webinar (45-minute presentation / 15-minute Q&A) is to provide an overview of business continuity related ISO standards (ISO 31000:2009, ISO 22301:2012, ISO 22313:2012, ISO DIS 22315, ISO 22320:2011, ISO DIS 22322, ISO 22398:2013, ISO/PAS 22399:2007, ISO/IEC 24762:2008 and ISO/IEC 27031:2011).

Friday October 18, 2013

Event Description

Polka Theatre and Tonic Theatre present The Planet and Stuff, by Simon Daw, Joel Horwood and Lucy Kerbel

One simple question: ‘How can we solve climate change?’

Event Description

National Ethical Investment Week (NEIW) running from 13th to 19th October 2013, will demonstrate the value of smart sustainable investment, showing how people can make money by investing in companies that benefit society and will caution that their savings may be at risk in businesses pursuing unsustainable activities.

Start: 18/10/2013

Event Description

The South Downs will reach a stunning autumnal climax this weekend (19/20 Oct), and the South Downs National Park Authority has announced a range of discounts and treats for autumn lovers who travel by train and bus.

Saturday October 19, 2013

Event Description

Polka Theatre and Tonic Theatre present The Planet and Stuff, by Simon Daw, Joel Horwood and Lucy Kerbel

One simple question: ‘How can we solve climate change?’

Start: 13/10/2013
End: 19/10/2013

Event Description

National Ethical Investment Week (NEIW) running from 13th to 19th October 2013, will demonstrate the value of smart sustainable investment, showing how people can make money by investing in companies that benefit society and will caution that their savings may be at risk in businesses pursuing unsustainable activities.

Event Description

The South Downs will reach a stunning autumnal climax this weekend (19/20 Oct), and the South Downs National Park Authority has announced a range of discounts and treats for autumn lovers who travel by train and bus.

Start: 19/10/2013 09:00

Event Description

Brogdale Farm is home to the Largest Collection of Fruit Varieties in the World! The Apple collection boasts over 2000 varieties; making the Apple Festival the BIGGEST & BEST around!

TASTE & BUY: Over 200 varieties of apple will be available to taste and buy throughout the Festival weekend and hundreds of varieties will also be on display.

BE ENTERTAINED: You can spend your time at the festival enjoying LIVE MUSIC, LOCAL FOOD, FORAGING, KIDS CRAFT and MORE...

Sunday October 20, 2013

Event Description

Polka Theatre and Tonic Theatre present The Planet and Stuff, by Simon Daw, Joel Horwood and Lucy Kerbel

One simple question: ‘How can we solve climate change?’

Start: 18/10/2013
End: 20/10/2013

Event Description

The South Downs will reach a stunning autumnal climax this weekend (19/20 Oct), and the South Downs National Park Authority has announced a range of discounts and treats for autumn lovers who travel by train and bus.

Start: 19/10/2013 09:00
End: 20/10/2013 17:00

Event Description

Brogdale Farm is home to the Largest Collection of Fruit Varieties in the World! The Apple collection boasts over 2000 varieties; making the Apple Festival the BIGGEST & BEST around!

TASTE & BUY: Over 200 varieties of apple will be available to taste and buy throughout the Festival weekend and hundreds of varieties will also be on display.

BE ENTERTAINED: You can spend your time at the festival enjoying LIVE MUSIC, LOCAL FOOD, FORAGING, KIDS CRAFT and MORE...

Monday October 21, 2013

Event Description

Polka Theatre and Tonic Theatre present The Planet and Stuff, by Simon Daw, Joel Horwood and Lucy Kerbel

One simple question: ‘How can we solve climate change?’

Tuesday October 22, 2013

Event Description

Polka Theatre and Tonic Theatre present The Planet and Stuff, by Simon Daw, Joel Horwood and Lucy Kerbel

One simple question: ‘How can we solve climate change?’

Wednesday October 23, 2013

Event Description

Polka Theatre and Tonic Theatre present The Planet and Stuff, by Simon Daw, Joel Horwood and Lucy Kerbel

One simple question: ‘How can we solve climate change?’

Start: 23/10/2013 09:00
End: 23/10/2013 17:00

Event Description

An enlightened investigation comparing energy assessment methodologies...

  • Is SAP fit for purpose?
  • Is Part L missing the point?
  • Is passivhaus a viable methodology/standard?

This one day seminar takes a good hard look at passivhaus standards and assesses them against other more commonly used standards such as SAP, Part L of the Building Regulations and the Code for Sustainable Homes.

Start: 23/10/2013 10:00
End: 23/10/2013 16:00

Event Description

Helping volunteers love you – your organisation and the role they play.

“Really interesting training day as we were kept active. Great to have time to reflect on this aspect of my job.”
Jo Carter (Natural England)

“Very useful and affirming – I feel as if I am on the right track!”
Lesley Tulitt (Buckinghamshire County Council)

“Very mind opening”
Roy Peterson (Stonewall)

“I'm now able to deal with difficult issues in useful and informative ways” -
Janice Atkinson (East Lancashire NHS Trust)

Thursday October 24, 2013

Event Description

Polka Theatre and Tonic Theatre present The Planet and Stuff, by Simon Daw, Joel Horwood and Lucy Kerbel

One simple question: ‘How can we solve climate change?’

Friday October 25, 2013

Event Description

Polka Theatre and Tonic Theatre present The Planet and Stuff, by Simon Daw, Joel Horwood and Lucy Kerbel

One simple question: ‘How can we solve climate change?’

Saturday October 26, 2013
Start: 27/09/2013
End: 26/10/2013

Event Description

Polka Theatre and Tonic Theatre present The Planet and Stuff, by Simon Daw, Joel Horwood and Lucy Kerbel

One simple question: ‘How can we solve climate change?’

Thursday October 31, 2013

Event Description

Watch business and financial leaders as they assess the strategic importance and investment benefits of effective corporate water stewardship.

Speakers from both sides of the Atlantic, including Abby Cohen of Goldman Sachs, Deb Frodl of GE Ecomagination, James Cameron of Climate Change Capital and senior executives from Citi Group, NBIM and Rockefeller & Co, will be brought together via meetmii videoconference technology for this live event.

The Forum’s panel discussion will be moderated by Eric Roston, Senior Editor at Bloomberg.

Saturday November 02, 2013
Start: 02/11/2013 09:30
End: 02/11/2013 16:00

Event Description

Explore 73 hectares that forms Greenwich Park and appreciate the natural wildlife, history and heritage one of London's largest parks has to offer. The park overflows with wildlife. So if you're quiet and keep your eyes open who knows what else you might be lucky enough to see.

Start: 02/11/2013 14:00
End: 02/11/2013 16:00

Event Description

The award winning Mum2mummarket pop up children's sales have arrived in Kingston!

We bring together mums with lightly used baby and children's goods and mums looking for preloved quality brands at a fraction of the high street price.

BUY top quality preloved baby and children’s goods at a fraction of the high street price- all great brands in top condition. At a mum2mum market you can find a huge variety of baby and children’s goods- just about everything imaginable for babies and children aged 0 to 6.

Monday November 04, 2013
Start: 04/11/2013

Event Description

Collaboration, Co-creation & New Business Models

Part of the ‘Towards Sustainable Product Design’ series of conferences - 18th International Conference

Background

Tuesday November 05, 2013
Start: 04/11/2013
End: 05/11/2013

Event Description

Collaboration, Co-creation & New Business Models

Part of the ‘Towards Sustainable Product Design’ series of conferences - 18th International Conference

Background

Wednesday November 06, 2013
Start: 06/11/2013 17:00
End: 06/11/2013 19:00

Event Description

Within the UK, BREEAM has become a common element of planning policy and has enabled the development of useful sustainability benchmarks for commercial buildings. Despite this, many clients with an international presence are now investigating the US Green Building Council's equivalent, LEED, as this in many cases forms a part of their corporate social responsibility strategy and allows all their buildings worldwide to be assessed under the same methodology.

Thursday November 07, 2013
Start: 07/11/2013 09:00
End: 07/11/2013 17:00

Event Description

Do you want to learn:

  • how to achieve stringent airtight standards in retrofits?
  • which is the best way of insulating an external wall - inside, outside or the bit in between?
  • how the design team and builders can effectively communicate to achieve best practice detailing?
  • what happens to moisture movement when adding wall or roof insulation?

Architects and builders sometimes have an uneasy relationship on site - both think they know best when it comes to detailing!

Start: 07/11/2013 10:00
End: 07/11/2013 16:00

Event Description

Develop your skills and a deepen your understanding of the facilitation process.

The course looks at the type of the work that a facilitator may take on. This includes designing events, getting ‘buy-in’ from those attending, and ensuring inclusiveness, with a special focus on dealing with problems and conflicts. You will be encouraged to develop your own strengths and facilitation style.

Learn how to:

  • Design and plan short and long events
  • Engage people at the start of an event using appropriate techniques
  • Encourage creative thinking

Thursday November 14, 2013
Start: 14/11/2013 09:00
End: 14/11/2013 17:00

Event Description

A new one-day seminar from The Green Register...

Start: 14/11/2013

Event Description

How successful is Europe in fighting climate change? Can it live up to its role as an international pioneer? What challenges will Europe and its member states face in the future?

On 14 and 15 November 2013 in parallel with the international climate conference in Warsaw leading experts from academia, politics, and industry will meet for the Dahrendorf Symposium 2013 to add fresh impetus to the European climate debate.

Speakers, among others, include:

  • EU Commissioners Connie Hedegaard and Gunther Oettinger;

Friday November 15, 2013
Start: 14/11/2013
End: 15/11/2013

Event Description

How successful is Europe in fighting climate change? Can it live up to its role as an international pioneer? What challenges will Europe and its member states face in the future?

On 14 and 15 November 2013 in parallel with the international climate conference in Warsaw leading experts from academia, politics, and industry will meet for the Dahrendorf Symposium 2013 to add fresh impetus to the European climate debate.

Speakers, among others, include:

  • EU Commissioners Connie Hedegaard and Gunther Oettinger;

Tuesday November 19, 2013
Start: 19/11/2013

Event Description

The world's largest offshore conference and exhibition comes to Frankfurt in 2013

Wednesday November 20, 2013

Event Description

The world's largest offshore conference and exhibition comes to Frankfurt in 2013

Thursday November 21, 2013
Start: 19/11/2013
End: 21/11/2013

Event Description

The world's largest offshore conference and exhibition comes to Frankfurt in 2013

Saturday November 23, 2013
Start: 23/11/2013

Event Description

This year, at the time of year when many life forms are thinking about hibernating or shutting down for a rest, The Tree Council wants everyone to wake up to the importance of trees and take action. The Tree Council’s National Tree Week is a celebration of trees and a call to arms for the bare-root tree planting season.

In particular, it is an opportunity to remind everyone of the strength that comes from diversity in both the trees they plant and the communities they plant alongside.

Sunday November 24, 2013

Event Description

This year, at the time of year when many life forms are thinking about hibernating or shutting down for a rest, The Tree Council wants everyone to wake up to the importance of trees and take action. The Tree Council’s National Tree Week is a celebration of trees and a call to arms for the bare-root tree planting season.

In particular, it is an opportunity to remind everyone of the strength that comes from diversity in both the trees they plant and the communities they plant alongside.

Monday November 25, 2013

Event Description

This year, at the time of year when many life forms are thinking about hibernating or shutting down for a rest, The Tree Council wants everyone to wake up to the importance of trees and take action. The Tree Council’s National Tree Week is a celebration of trees and a call to arms for the bare-root tree planting season.

In particular, it is an opportunity to remind everyone of the strength that comes from diversity in both the trees they plant and the communities they plant alongside.

Start: 25/11/2013 09:00

Event Description

Ecosystem Services Come to Town is a practical forum that draws together the leading practitioners who understand that true collaboration is about learning to think and act differently in the interests of better environment, economic and social conditions.

Taking place in London 25-28 November, Ecosystem Services Come to Town will be attended by over 200 of Europe’s leading policy makers, urban planners, developers, contractors, city architects, builders, manufacturers, community groups, utility companies and NGOs.

Tuesday November 26, 2013

Event Description

This year, at the time of year when many life forms are thinking about hibernating or shutting down for a rest, The Tree Council wants everyone to wake up to the importance of trees and take action. The Tree Council’s National Tree Week is a celebration of trees and a call to arms for the bare-root tree planting season.

In particular, it is an opportunity to remind everyone of the strength that comes from diversity in both the trees they plant and the communities they plant alongside.

Event Description

Ecosystem Services Come to Town is a practical forum that draws together the leading practitioners who understand that true collaboration is about learning to think and act differently in the interests of better environment, economic and social conditions.

Taking place in London 25-28 November, Ecosystem Services Come to Town will be attended by over 200 of Europe’s leading policy makers, urban planners, developers, contractors, city architects, builders, manufacturers, community groups, utility companies and NGOs.

Wednesday November 27, 2013

Event Description

This year, at the time of year when many life forms are thinking about hibernating or shutting down for a rest, The Tree Council wants everyone to wake up to the importance of trees and take action. The Tree Council’s National Tree Week is a celebration of trees and a call to arms for the bare-root tree planting season.

In particular, it is an opportunity to remind everyone of the strength that comes from diversity in both the trees they plant and the communities they plant alongside.

Event Description

Ecosystem Services Come to Town is a practical forum that draws together the leading practitioners who understand that true collaboration is about learning to think and act differently in the interests of better environment, economic and social conditions.

Taking place in London 25-28 November, Ecosystem Services Come to Town will be attended by over 200 of Europe’s leading policy makers, urban planners, developers, contractors, city architects, builders, manufacturers, community groups, utility companies and NGOs.

Thursday November 28, 2013

Event Description

This year, at the time of year when many life forms are thinking about hibernating or shutting down for a rest, The Tree Council wants everyone to wake up to the importance of trees and take action. The Tree Council’s National Tree Week is a celebration of trees and a call to arms for the bare-root tree planting season.

In particular, it is an opportunity to remind everyone of the strength that comes from diversity in both the trees they plant and the communities they plant alongside.

Start: 25/11/2013 09:00
End: 28/11/2013 18:00

Event Description

Ecosystem Services Come to Town is a practical forum that draws together the leading practitioners who understand that true collaboration is about learning to think and act differently in the interests of better environment, economic and social conditions.

Taking place in London 25-28 November, Ecosystem Services Come to Town will be attended by over 200 of Europe’s leading policy makers, urban planners, developers, contractors, city architects, builders, manufacturers, community groups, utility companies and NGOs.

Friday November 29, 2013

Event Description

This year, at the time of year when many life forms are thinking about hibernating or shutting down for a rest, The Tree Council wants everyone to wake up to the importance of trees and take action. The Tree Council’s National Tree Week is a celebration of trees and a call to arms for the bare-root tree planting season.

In particular, it is an opportunity to remind everyone of the strength that comes from diversity in both the trees they plant and the communities they plant alongside.

Saturday November 30, 2013

Event Description

This year, at the time of year when many life forms are thinking about hibernating or shutting down for a rest, The Tree Council wants everyone to wake up to the importance of trees and take action. The Tree Council’s National Tree Week is a celebration of trees and a call to arms for the bare-root tree planting season.

In particular, it is an opportunity to remind everyone of the strength that comes from diversity in both the trees they plant and the communities they plant alongside.

Sunday December 01, 2013
Start: 23/11/2013
End: 01/12/2013

Event Description

This year, at the time of year when many life forms are thinking about hibernating or shutting down for a rest, The Tree Council wants everyone to wake up to the importance of trees and take action. The Tree Council’s National Tree Week is a celebration of trees and a call to arms for the bare-root tree planting season.

In particular, it is an opportunity to remind everyone of the strength that comes from diversity in both the trees they plant and the communities they plant alongside.

Saturday December 14, 2013
Start: 14/12/2013 10:00
End: 14/12/2013 15:00

Event Description

Join Santa for some holiday crafts, mince pies, live music and more! Santa will be around the Centre between 11am-12 noon, and 1pm-2.30pm, speaking to our visitors and giving out gifts. Laura Young, local artist, will be creating a winter collage with visitors and the museum will have some toys and games from Christmases gone-by for families to play with.

Friday January 10, 2014

Event Description

New year, new resolution. If you’ve decided to learn to make your own sourdough bread this year then this is the right course. There is nothing that makes a house a home more then the smell of fresh baked bread. Most commercial bread offering doesn’t even come close to being as good as a loaf you bake at home.

We want real bread. Bread that tastes amazing, fresh from the oven, half the price of shop bought and twice as nice.

Start: 10/01/2014

Event Description

Are you snowed under with waste..?

Beauty can be found in unexpected places – for example, something that's been rejected. By reinventing unwanted ephemera from our lives we can give the things we throw away a new lease of life.

Saturday January 11, 2014

Event Description

Are you snowed under with waste..?

Beauty can be found in unexpected places – for example, something that's been rejected. By reinventing unwanted ephemera from our lives we can give the things we throw away a new lease of life.

Sunday January 12, 2014

Event Description

Are you snowed under with waste..?

Beauty can be found in unexpected places – for example, something that's been rejected. By reinventing unwanted ephemera from our lives we can give the things we throw away a new lease of life.

Monday January 13, 2014

Event Description

Are you snowed under with waste..?

Beauty can be found in unexpected places – for example, something that's been rejected. By reinventing unwanted ephemera from our lives we can give the things we throw away a new lease of life.

Tuesday January 14, 2014

Event Description

Are you snowed under with waste..?

Beauty can be found in unexpected places – for example, something that's been rejected. By reinventing unwanted ephemera from our lives we can give the things we throw away a new lease of life.

Wednesday January 15, 2014

Event Description

Are you snowed under with waste..?

Beauty can be found in unexpected places – for example, something that's been rejected. By reinventing unwanted ephemera from our lives we can give the things we throw away a new lease of life.

Start: 15/01/2014 10:00
End: 15/01/2014 16:00

Event Description

Organisations and individuals need to take energy and climate change issues into account when planning their work. Delivering climate goals will require the engagement of a wide range of stakeholders, including community organisations.

This course will teach you the skills and information needed to develop long-term engagement of civil society organisations, groups and individuals in work on climate change and low-carbon living.

Thursday January 16, 2014

Event Description

Are you snowed under with waste..?

Beauty can be found in unexpected places – for example, something that's been rejected. By reinventing unwanted ephemera from our lives we can give the things we throw away a new lease of life.

Friday January 17, 2014

Event Description

Are you snowed under with waste..?

Beauty can be found in unexpected places – for example, something that's been rejected. By reinventing unwanted ephemera from our lives we can give the things we throw away a new lease of life.

Saturday January 18, 2014

Event Description

Are you snowed under with waste..?

Beauty can be found in unexpected places – for example, something that's been rejected. By reinventing unwanted ephemera from our lives we can give the things we throw away a new lease of life.

Sunday January 19, 2014

Event Description

Are you snowed under with waste..?

Beauty can be found in unexpected places – for example, something that's been rejected. By reinventing unwanted ephemera from our lives we can give the things we throw away a new lease of life.

Monday January 20, 2014

Event Description

Are you snowed under with waste..?

Beauty can be found in unexpected places – for example, something that's been rejected. By reinventing unwanted ephemera from our lives we can give the things we throw away a new lease of life.

Tuesday January 21, 2014

Event Description

Are you snowed under with waste..?

Beauty can be found in unexpected places – for example, something that's been rejected. By reinventing unwanted ephemera from our lives we can give the things we throw away a new lease of life.

Start: 21/01/2014 09:00
End: 21/01/2014 23:59

Event Description

CDP global supply chain report launch

More suppliers and purchasers than ever before now use CDP’s program to achieve sustainable supply chain management. Watch participating companies such as Walmart, BT and Philips discuss the blueprint for embedding climate change action and water stewardship across their supply chains.

Also discover which suppliers are leading this climate change action with the release of CDP’s new Supplier Climate Performance Leadership Index.

Wednesday January 22, 2014

Event Description

Are you snowed under with waste..?

Beauty can be found in unexpected places – for example, something that's been rejected. By reinventing unwanted ephemera from our lives we can give the things we throw away a new lease of life.

Thursday January 23, 2014

Event Description

Are you snowed under with waste..?

Beauty can be found in unexpected places – for example, something that's been rejected. By reinventing unwanted ephemera from our lives we can give the things we throw away a new lease of life.

Friday January 24, 2014

Event Description

Are you snowed under with waste..?

Beauty can be found in unexpected places – for example, something that's been rejected. By reinventing unwanted ephemera from our lives we can give the things we throw away a new lease of life.

Saturday January 25, 2014

Event Description

Are you snowed under with waste..?

Beauty can be found in unexpected places – for example, something that's been rejected. By reinventing unwanted ephemera from our lives we can give the things we throw away a new lease of life.

Sunday January 26, 2014

Event Description

Are you snowed under with waste..?

Beauty can be found in unexpected places – for example, something that's been rejected. By reinventing unwanted ephemera from our lives we can give the things we throw away a new lease of life.

Monday January 27, 2014

Event Description

Are you snowed under with waste..?

Beauty can be found in unexpected places – for example, something that's been rejected. By reinventing unwanted ephemera from our lives we can give the things we throw away a new lease of life.

Start: 27/01/2014

Event Description

Big Energy Saving Week takes place 27-31 January as a collaboration between Citizens Advice, Energy Saving Trust, Government, energy suppliers and other voluntary and charitable organisations. The main aim of the week is bring together consumers with all the advice and assistance that is out there in relation to their fuel bills.

Big Energy Saving Week is a national campaign to help you cut your fuel bills and get all the financial support you are entitled to.

Tuesday January 28, 2014

Event Description

Are you snowed under with waste..?

Beauty can be found in unexpected places – for example, something that's been rejected. By reinventing unwanted ephemera from our lives we can give the things we throw away a new lease of life.

Event Description

Big Energy Saving Week takes place 27-31 January as a collaboration between Citizens Advice, Energy Saving Trust, Government, energy suppliers and other voluntary and charitable organisations. The main aim of the week is bring together consumers with all the advice and assistance that is out there in relation to their fuel bills.

Big Energy Saving Week is a national campaign to help you cut your fuel bills and get all the financial support you are entitled to.

Wednesday January 29, 2014

Event Description

Are you snowed under with waste..?

Beauty can be found in unexpected places – for example, something that's been rejected. By reinventing unwanted ephemera from our lives we can give the things we throw away a new lease of life.

Event Description

Big Energy Saving Week takes place 27-31 January as a collaboration between Citizens Advice, Energy Saving Trust, Government, energy suppliers and other voluntary and charitable organisations. The main aim of the week is bring together consumers with all the advice and assistance that is out there in relation to their fuel bills.

Big Energy Saving Week is a national campaign to help you cut your fuel bills and get all the financial support you are entitled to.

Thursday January 30, 2014

Event Description

Are you snowed under with waste..?

Beauty can be found in unexpected places – for example, something that's been rejected. By reinventing unwanted ephemera from our lives we can give the things we throw away a new lease of life.

Event Description

Big Energy Saving Week takes place 27-31 January as a collaboration between Citizens Advice, Energy Saving Trust, Government, energy suppliers and other voluntary and charitable organisations. The main aim of the week is bring together consumers with all the advice and assistance that is out there in relation to their fuel bills.

Big Energy Saving Week is a national campaign to help you cut your fuel bills and get all the financial support you are entitled to.

Friday January 31, 2014

Event Description

Are you snowed under with waste..?

Beauty can be found in unexpected places – for example, something that's been rejected. By reinventing unwanted ephemera from our lives we can give the things we throw away a new lease of life.

Start: 27/01/2014
End: 31/01/2014

Event Description

Big Energy Saving Week takes place 27-31 January as a collaboration between Citizens Advice, Energy Saving Trust, Government, energy suppliers and other voluntary and charitable organisations. The main aim of the week is bring together consumers with all the advice and assistance that is out there in relation to their fuel bills.

Big Energy Saving Week is a national campaign to help you cut your fuel bills and get all the financial support you are entitled to.

Saturday February 01, 2014

Event Description

Are you snowed under with waste..?

Beauty can be found in unexpected places – for example, something that's been rejected. By reinventing unwanted ephemera from our lives we can give the things we throw away a new lease of life.

Start: 01/02/2014 18:24

Event Description

The Great Wall of China is one of mankind’s greatest achievements and one of the most enduring symbols of the ancient world.

The Peace Hospice is looking for 50 people to join us for the challenge of a lifetime by walking 80km along the Great Wall of China in October 2014.

This is an adventurous trip that will take you to areas where few other visitors go and show you both rural and small town life in China as we follow the wall in the areas north of Beijing. The sections you visit are some of the most spectacular in China.

Sunday February 02, 2014

Event Description

Are you snowed under with waste..?

Beauty can be found in unexpected places – for example, something that's been rejected. By reinventing unwanted ephemera from our lives we can give the things we throw away a new lease of life.

Monday February 03, 2014

Event Description

Are you snowed under with waste..?

Beauty can be found in unexpected places – for example, something that's been rejected. By reinventing unwanted ephemera from our lives we can give the things we throw away a new lease of life.

Tuesday February 04, 2014

Event Description

Are you snowed under with waste..?

Beauty can be found in unexpected places – for example, something that's been rejected. By reinventing unwanted ephemera from our lives we can give the things we throw away a new lease of life.

Wednesday February 05, 2014

Event Description

Are you snowed under with waste..?

Beauty can be found in unexpected places – for example, something that's been rejected. By reinventing unwanted ephemera from our lives we can give the things we throw away a new lease of life.

Thursday February 06, 2014

Event Description

Are you snowed under with waste..?

Beauty can be found in unexpected places – for example, something that's been rejected. By reinventing unwanted ephemera from our lives we can give the things we throw away a new lease of life.

Friday February 07, 2014

Event Description

Are you snowed under with waste..?

Beauty can be found in unexpected places – for example, something that's been rejected. By reinventing unwanted ephemera from our lives we can give the things we throw away a new lease of life.

Start: 07/02/2014 09:00
End: 07/02/2014 17:00

Event Description

Waste Smart is a one-day course designed to offer accessible, practical and sustainable waste and resource management skills. It is essential for anyone new to the sector, anyone who has an interest in reducing the environmental and financial impacts of waste and anyone who has to deal with waste and recycling on a day-to-day basis.

Conceived and assessed by CIWM, Waste Smart is a Defra- and ESA-supported certificate which provides a concise introduction to waste and resource management for those not directly involved with the industry.

Saturday February 08, 2014

Event Description

Are you snowed under with waste..?

Beauty can be found in unexpected places – for example, something that's been rejected. By reinventing unwanted ephemera from our lives we can give the things we throw away a new lease of life.

Start: 08/02/2014 14:00
End: 08/02/2014 16:00

Event Description

Are you drowning under a sea of outgrown baby and children’s goods after Christmas?

Why not book a stall at our SURBITON nearly new sale on the 8th February at Grand Avenue School, Surbiton, KT5 9HU and keep 100% of the proceeds.

Looking to buy goods we have thousands of top quality, nearly new baby and children's items at bargain prices! 30 sellers all under one roof indoors in the dry.

Doors open at 2pm queuing begins early!!!

Last few stalls remaining Book now at
www.mum2mummarket.co.uk/book-a-stall.html or just turn up on the day to buy.

Start: 08/02/2014 14:00
End: 08/02/2014 16:00

Event Description

Buy top quality secondhand baby and children’s clothes, toys books and equipment at our award winning pop up market.

We have moved to a NEW VENUE and our sales are now even bigger and better than before….. we are just a short walk from Wimbledon town centre public transport and there is loads of FREE parking on site.

We have 35 sellers under one roof giving you a huge choice of the best bargains. All goods for sale are great quality brands in top condition and sold at a fraction of the high street price.

Sunday February 09, 2014
Start: 10/01/2014
End: 09/02/2014

Event Description

Are you snowed under with waste..?

Beauty can be found in unexpected places – for example, something that's been rejected. By reinventing unwanted ephemera from our lives we can give the things we throw away a new lease of life.

Start: 09/02/2014 14:00
End: 09/02/2014 16:00

Event Description

Event Title: Mum2mum market baby & children's nearly new sale - Esher
Event Type: Kids & Family
Organiser: Mum2mum market
Location: King George's Hall (next to the Civic Centre), Hight St, Esher,
KT10 9RA
Date & Time: Sunday 9th February 2014 2-4pm
Costs:
Event Description:
BUY top quality secondhand baby and children’s clothes, toys books and equipment at our award winning pop up market. You'll find everything for maternity babies and children aged 0-6.

Wednesday February 12, 2014
Start: 12/02/2014 10:00
End: 12/02/2014 16:00

Event Description

You will learn core media processes to help you with communication skills, campaigning and community outreach publications.

Participants will learn how to prepare and package media stories and examine any issues that might arise. You will learn how to communicate your story in a way that sets the media agenda, positively promotes your organization and improves public relations using national, local, specialist & social media to gain public support for your cause.

Thursday February 13, 2014
Start: 13/02/2014 09:00
End: 13/02/2014 13:00

Event Description

Guest of Honour: Norman Baker MP, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Transport, Department of Transport

Friday February 14, 2014
Start: 14/02/2014 10:00

Event Description

Welcome to the Inclusion, Independence and Choice Show. The IIC Show is a SUPER SIZE mixed ability / disability exhibition for the general public, professionals and trade visitors and for anyone with an interest in mixed abilities.

The show is being held in a world class venue: Manchester Central (GMEX), 14th – 15th February 2014 and aims to be the largest exhibition in the North of the UK committed to presenting the most complete and comprehensive resource, educational and shopping event on every aspect concerning mixed abilities / disabilities.

Saturday February 15, 2014
Start: 14/02/2014 10:00
End: 15/02/2014 17:00

Event Description

Welcome to the Inclusion, Independence and Choice Show. The IIC Show is a SUPER SIZE mixed ability / disability exhibition for the general public, professionals and trade visitors and for anyone with an interest in mixed abilities.

The show is being held in a world class venue: Manchester Central (GMEX), 14th – 15th February 2014 and aims to be the largest exhibition in the North of the UK committed to presenting the most complete and comprehensive resource, educational and shopping event on every aspect concerning mixed abilities / disabilities.

Start: 15/02/2014 10:00
End: 15/02/2014 12:00

Event Description

SELL quality second hand baby, children's and maternity clothes, preloved baby equipment or used pram at our nearly new baby and children's market and keep 100% of the proceeds.

If you're a mum with gently used maternity or kids stuff to sell, just book a stall at our nearly new sale and turn up ready to sell and make some cash.

Don't worry if you haven't sold before. We give you lots of sellers tips to help you get the pricing and presentation right to maximise your sales on the
day.

STALL BOOKING at www.mum2mummarket.co.uk/book-a-stall.html

Monday February 17, 2014
Start: 17/02/2014 18:00
End: 17/02/2014 20:00

Event Description

Join us for illustrated presentations on the subject of the Stars, Nebulae and Galaxies.

There will be audience participation with practical activities and time for questions afterwards. Given clear skies, there will be the chance for everyone to observe some notable objects with a 15cm Newtonian reflecting telescope.

Suitable for children aged 5 and over, but must be accompanied by an adult.

Tuesday February 18, 2014
Start: 18/02/2014 14:00
End: 18/02/2014 16:00

Event Description

Are you a Forest Family? Whether you know the Forest inside out or have never visited before, you’re sure to learn something new on our family days.

Join us for this activity and find out how to find your way in the Forest using a map, compass or journey stick!

Please note that while younger siblings are welcome to join us, the activities are aimed at children aged 5-11.

Start: 18/02/2014 19:00
End: 18/02/2014 21:30

Event Description

People everywhere are waking up and long for change, convinced that a better world is possible. Awaited by people of all faiths and none, Maitreya, the World Teacher, is here to inspire us to re-build our world. He says: "Sharing and Justice, Brotherhood and Freedom are not new concepts. From the dawn of time mankind has linked his aspiration to these beckoning stars. Now, My friends, shall we anchor them in the world."

Wednesday February 19, 2014
Start: 19/02/2014 10:00
End: 19/02/2014 12:00

Event Description

Are you a Forest Family? Whether you know the Forest inside out or have never visited before, you’re sure to learn something new on our family days.

Join us for this activity and discover all the amazing animals that live in our ponds. Investigate what lives where, watch how they move and find out what they eat.

Please note that while younger siblings are welcome to join us, the activities are aimed at children aged 5-11. Booking required, call 020 8502 8500 or email enquiries.ef@field-studies-council.org to find out more.

Start: 19/02/2014 10:00
End: 19/02/2014 16:00

Event Description

This short course looks at the type of the work that a facilitator may take on. This includes designing events, getting ‘buy-in’ from those attending, and ensuring inclusiveness, with a special focus on dealing with problems and conflicts.

We will look closely at what facilitation is, the role facilitators may play and how facilitating can encourage long term community development. It will build the confidence of anyone keen to be a good facilitator and give them a solid basis on which to develop their own skills.

Monday February 24, 2014
Start: 24/02/2014

Event Description

Thousands of Fairtrade supporters around the country are gearing up to launch an extra special Fairtrade Fortnight campaign in 2014, aiming to bring about landmark change in the banana industry.

Since the first Fairtrade bananas appeared on our shelves 13 years ago, the Fairtrade Foundation has achieved a huge amount – now 1 in 3 bananas in the UK are Fairtrade. They’re our favourite and most popular fruit in the UK – we love them! But despite the achievements there remains a serious problem at the heart of the banana business.

Tuesday February 25, 2014

Event Description

Thousands of Fairtrade supporters around the country are gearing up to launch an extra special Fairtrade Fortnight campaign in 2014, aiming to bring about landmark change in the banana industry.

Since the first Fairtrade bananas appeared on our shelves 13 years ago, the Fairtrade Foundation has achieved a huge amount – now 1 in 3 bananas in the UK are Fairtrade. They’re our favourite and most popular fruit in the UK – we love them! But despite the achievements there remains a serious problem at the heart of the banana business.

Wednesday February 26, 2014

Event Description

Thousands of Fairtrade supporters around the country are gearing up to launch an extra special Fairtrade Fortnight campaign in 2014, aiming to bring about landmark change in the banana industry.

Since the first Fairtrade bananas appeared on our shelves 13 years ago, the Fairtrade Foundation has achieved a huge amount – now 1 in 3 bananas in the UK are Fairtrade. They’re our favourite and most popular fruit in the UK – we love them! But despite the achievements there remains a serious problem at the heart of the banana business.

Thursday February 27, 2014

Event Description

Thousands of Fairtrade supporters around the country are gearing up to launch an extra special Fairtrade Fortnight campaign in 2014, aiming to bring about landmark change in the banana industry.

Since the first Fairtrade bananas appeared on our shelves 13 years ago, the Fairtrade Foundation has achieved a huge amount – now 1 in 3 bananas in the UK are Fairtrade. They’re our favourite and most popular fruit in the UK – we love them! But despite the achievements there remains a serious problem at the heart of the banana business.

Start: 27/02/2014 19:00
End: 27/02/2014 21:00

Event Description

Transmission Meditation is a simple, group meditation providing both a dynamic service to the world, and powerful, personal spiritual development.

The meditation is for the purpose of stepping down (transforming) spiritual energies, which creates a vortex or pool of higher energy for the benefit of humanity.

Introduced to the world in 1974 by Benjamin Creme, there are now hundreds of Transmission Meditation groups active around the world.

Friday February 28, 2014

Event Description

Thousands of Fairtrade supporters around the country are gearing up to launch an extra special Fairtrade Fortnight campaign in 2014, aiming to bring about landmark change in the banana industry.

Since the first Fairtrade bananas appeared on our shelves 13 years ago, the Fairtrade Foundation has achieved a huge amount – now 1 in 3 bananas in the UK are Fairtrade. They’re our favourite and most popular fruit in the UK – we love them! But despite the achievements there remains a serious problem at the heart of the banana business.

Saturday March 01, 2014

Event Description

Thousands of Fairtrade supporters around the country are gearing up to launch an extra special Fairtrade Fortnight campaign in 2014, aiming to bring about landmark change in the banana industry.

Since the first Fairtrade bananas appeared on our shelves 13 years ago, the Fairtrade Foundation has achieved a huge amount – now 1 in 3 bananas in the UK are Fairtrade. They’re our favourite and most popular fruit in the UK – we love them! But despite the achievements there remains a serious problem at the heart of the banana business.

Event Description

Saturday 1st March is World Food Night. And for this popular fundraising event we’re asking people like you, who care about human rights, to get together with friends, cook food from around the world and ask your guests to make a donation for their dinner.

It all boils down to raising money for people who have been forced to flee their homes in search of safety.

Sign up for your fundraising pack at www.worldfoodnight.org.uk/#signup

Sunday March 02, 2014

Event Description

Thousands of Fairtrade supporters around the country are gearing up to launch an extra special Fairtrade Fortnight campaign in 2014, aiming to bring about landmark change in the banana industry.

Since the first Fairtrade bananas appeared on our shelves 13 years ago, the Fairtrade Foundation has achieved a huge amount – now 1 in 3 bananas in the UK are Fairtrade. They’re our favourite and most popular fruit in the UK – we love them! But despite the achievements there remains a serious problem at the heart of the banana business.

Monday March 03, 2014

Event Description

Thousands of Fairtrade supporters around the country are gearing up to launch an extra special Fairtrade Fortnight campaign in 2014, aiming to bring about landmark change in the banana industry.

Since the first Fairtrade bananas appeared on our shelves 13 years ago, the Fairtrade Foundation has achieved a huge amount – now 1 in 3 bananas in the UK are Fairtrade. They’re our favourite and most popular fruit in the UK – we love them! But despite the achievements there remains a serious problem at the heart of the banana business.

Start: 03/03/2014

Event Description

Britain’s biggest climate change campaign
Climate Week is a supercharged national occasion that offers an annual renewal of our ambition and confidence to combat climate change. It is for everyone wanting to do their bit to protect our planet and create a secure future.

Climate Week will shine a spotlight on the many positive steps already being taken in workplaces and communities across Britain. The power of these real, practical examples – the small improvements and the big innovations – will then inspire millions more people.

Tuesday March 04, 2014

Event Description

Thousands of Fairtrade supporters around the country are gearing up to launch an extra special Fairtrade Fortnight campaign in 2014, aiming to bring about landmark change in the banana industry.

Since the first Fairtrade bananas appeared on our shelves 13 years ago, the Fairtrade Foundation has achieved a huge amount – now 1 in 3 bananas in the UK are Fairtrade. They’re our favourite and most popular fruit in the UK – we love them! But despite the achievements there remains a serious problem at the heart of the banana business.

Event Description

Britain’s biggest climate change campaign
Climate Week is a supercharged national occasion that offers an annual renewal of our ambition and confidence to combat climate change. It is for everyone wanting to do their bit to protect our planet and create a secure future.

Climate Week will shine a spotlight on the many positive steps already being taken in workplaces and communities across Britain. The power of these real, practical examples – the small improvements and the big innovations – will then inspire millions more people.

Start: 04/03/2014

Event Description

The first major event for the Circular Economy

Resource is the first conference and exhibition that connects the whole supply chain – extraction, design, recycling, manufacturing, retail and resource recovery - to capitalise on the commercial opportunities of a circular economy. A resource constrained world demands new thinking and new business models, this event allows senior business leaders to network throughout the supply chain and discover forward thinking solutions for closed loop business strategies.

Start: 04/03/2014

Event Description

Ecobuild is the world’s leading event for sustainable design, construction, energy and the built environment.

Ecobuild offers:

1000s of sustainable construction products for new build, refurbishment, residential, commercial and industrial projects

A free conference programme bringing renowned speakers including:
• Rt Hon John Gummer, the Lord Deben, Chairman, Climate Change Committee
• Kevin McCloud, Channel 4 Presenter, Writer, Designer and Founder of Hab Housing
• Rt Hon Owen Paterson MP, Secretary of State for the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs

Wednesday March 05, 2014

Event Description

Thousands of Fairtrade supporters around the country are gearing up to launch an extra special Fairtrade Fortnight campaign in 2014, aiming to bring about landmark change in the banana industry.

Since the first Fairtrade bananas appeared on our shelves 13 years ago, the Fairtrade Foundation has achieved a huge amount – now 1 in 3 bananas in the UK are Fairtrade. They’re our favourite and most popular fruit in the UK – we love them! But despite the achievements there remains a serious problem at the heart of the banana business.

Event Description

Britain’s biggest climate change campaign
Climate Week is a supercharged national occasion that offers an annual renewal of our ambition and confidence to combat climate change. It is for everyone wanting to do their bit to protect our planet and create a secure future.

Climate Week will shine a spotlight on the many positive steps already being taken in workplaces and communities across Britain. The power of these real, practical examples – the small improvements and the big innovations – will then inspire millions more people.

Event Description

The first major event for the Circular Economy

Resource is the first conference and exhibition that connects the whole supply chain – extraction, design, recycling, manufacturing, retail and resource recovery - to capitalise on the commercial opportunities of a circular economy. A resource constrained world demands new thinking and new business models, this event allows senior business leaders to network throughout the supply chain and discover forward thinking solutions for closed loop business strategies.

Event Description

Ecobuild is the world’s leading event for sustainable design, construction, energy and the built environment.

Ecobuild offers:

1000s of sustainable construction products for new build, refurbishment, residential, commercial and industrial projects

A free conference programme bringing renowned speakers including:
• Rt Hon John Gummer, the Lord Deben, Chairman, Climate Change Committee
• Kevin McCloud, Channel 4 Presenter, Writer, Designer and Founder of Hab Housing
• Rt Hon Owen Paterson MP, Secretary of State for the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs

Start: 05/03/2014 10:00

Event Description

Making Sense of the New Reality
A day of presentations and discussion about Dowsing/Philosophy

What is the relationship between dowsing and science; dowsing and consciousness; dowsing and reality; dowsing and spirituality?

An initial day of presentations and discussions to see if we
can at least start to make some sense of these questions.

Thursday March 06, 2014

Event Description

Thousands of Fairtrade supporters around the country are gearing up to launch an extra special Fairtrade Fortnight campaign in 2014, aiming to bring about landmark change in the banana industry.

Since the first Fairtrade bananas appeared on our shelves 13 years ago, the Fairtrade Foundation has achieved a huge amount – now 1 in 3 bananas in the UK are Fairtrade. They’re our favourite and most popular fruit in the UK – we love them! But despite the achievements there remains a serious problem at the heart of the banana business.

Event Description

Britain’s biggest climate change campaign
Climate Week is a supercharged national occasion that offers an annual renewal of our ambition and confidence to combat climate change. It is for everyone wanting to do their bit to protect our planet and create a secure future.

Climate Week will shine a spotlight on the many positive steps already being taken in workplaces and communities across Britain. The power of these real, practical examples – the small improvements and the big innovations – will then inspire millions more people.

Start: 04/03/2014
End: 06/03/2014

Event Description

The first major event for the Circular Economy

Resource is the first conference and exhibition that connects the whole supply chain – extraction, design, recycling, manufacturing, retail and resource recovery - to capitalise on the commercial opportunities of a circular economy. A resource constrained world demands new thinking and new business models, this event allows senior business leaders to network throughout the supply chain and discover forward thinking solutions for closed loop business strategies.

Start: 04/03/2014
End: 06/03/2014

Event Description

Ecobuild is the world’s leading event for sustainable design, construction, energy and the built environment.

Ecobuild offers:

1000s of sustainable construction products for new build, refurbishment, residential, commercial and industrial projects

A free conference programme bringing renowned speakers including:
• Rt Hon John Gummer, the Lord Deben, Chairman, Climate Change Committee
• Kevin McCloud, Channel 4 Presenter, Writer, Designer and Founder of Hab Housing
• Rt Hon Owen Paterson MP, Secretary of State for the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs

Friday March 07, 2014

Event Description

Thousands of Fairtrade supporters around the country are gearing up to launch an extra special Fairtrade Fortnight campaign in 2014, aiming to bring about landmark change in the banana industry.

Since the first Fairtrade bananas appeared on our shelves 13 years ago, the Fairtrade Foundation has achieved a huge amount – now 1 in 3 bananas in the UK are Fairtrade. They’re our favourite and most popular fruit in the UK – we love them! But despite the achievements there remains a serious problem at the heart of the banana business.

Event Description

Britain’s biggest climate change campaign
Climate Week is a supercharged national occasion that offers an annual renewal of our ambition and confidence to combat climate change. It is for everyone wanting to do their bit to protect our planet and create a secure future.

Climate Week will shine a spotlight on the many positive steps already being taken in workplaces and communities across Britain. The power of these real, practical examples – the small improvements and the big innovations – will then inspire millions more people.

Saturday March 08, 2014

Event Description

Thousands of Fairtrade supporters around the country are gearing up to launch an extra special Fairtrade Fortnight campaign in 2014, aiming to bring about landmark change in the banana industry.

Since the first Fairtrade bananas appeared on our shelves 13 years ago, the Fairtrade Foundation has achieved a huge amount – now 1 in 3 bananas in the UK are Fairtrade. They’re our favourite and most popular fruit in the UK – we love them! But despite the achievements there remains a serious problem at the heart of the banana business.

Event Description

Britain’s biggest climate change campaign
Climate Week is a supercharged national occasion that offers an annual renewal of our ambition and confidence to combat climate change. It is for everyone wanting to do their bit to protect our planet and create a secure future.

Climate Week will shine a spotlight on the many positive steps already being taken in workplaces and communities across Britain. The power of these real, practical examples – the small improvements and the big innovations – will then inspire millions more people.

Start: 08/03/2014 11:00
End: 08/03/2014 13:00

Event Description

Mum2mum market is a pop up market of nearly new baby, kids and maternity goods in various locations within the Reigate and Banstead Borough, where mums sell to mums.

We bring together mums with lightly used baby and children's goods and mums looking for preloved quality brands at a fraction of the high street price.

We have regular monthly sales- see website for details or join us on Facebook at mum2mum market Surrey

Event Description

International Women’s Day is annually held on March 8 to celebrate women’s achievements throughout history and across nations. It is also known as the United Nations (UN) Day for Women’s Rights and International Peace.

Sunday March 09, 2014
Start: 24/02/2014
End: 09/03/2014

Event Description

Thousands of Fairtrade supporters around the country are gearing up to launch an extra special Fairtrade Fortnight campaign in 2014, aiming to bring about landmark change in the banana industry.

Since the first Fairtrade bananas appeared on our shelves 13 years ago, the Fairtrade Foundation has achieved a huge amount – now 1 in 3 bananas in the UK are Fairtrade. They’re our favourite and most popular fruit in the UK – we love them! But despite the achievements there remains a serious problem at the heart of the banana business.

Start: 03/03/2014
End: 09/03/2014

Event Description

Britain’s biggest climate change campaign
Climate Week is a supercharged national occasion that offers an annual renewal of our ambition and confidence to combat climate change. It is for everyone wanting to do their bit to protect our planet and create a secure future.

Climate Week will shine a spotlight on the many positive steps already being taken in workplaces and communities across Britain. The power of these real, practical examples – the small improvements and the big innovations – will then inspire millions more people.

Tuesday March 11, 2014
Start: 11/03/2014 18:30

Event Description

Douglas Adams Memorial Lecture 2014:
The Science of Harry Potter and the Mathematics of The Simpsons, by Roger Highfield and Simon Singh.

Saturday March 15, 2014
Start: 15/03/2014 11:00
End: 15/03/2014 13:00

Event Description

BUY top quality secondhand baby and children’s clothes, toys books and equipment at our award winning pop up markets in Sutton

We have 30 sellers under one roof giving you a huge choice of the best bargains. All goods for sale are great quality brands in top condition and sold at a fraction of the high street price…… and we are just a short walk from Sutton town centre public transport.

Admission £2 on the door (kids free) and everyone is welcome

Thursday March 20, 2014
Start: 20/03/2014 10:00
End: 20/03/2014 16:00

Event Description

Renewable energy is a vital part of our future energy strategy. Despite widespread public support, opposition and misinformation continues to exist in the UK.

This course looks at the background to these issues, offers core information about key renewable energy technologies, and focuses on how to make the case for renewables both in terms of general publicity, and site-specific discussions.

People attending this course will learn how to:

  • Discuss the role and importance of renewable energy systems in a low carbon future.

Start: 20/03/2014 19:00
End: 20/03/2014 21:30

Event Description

People everywhere are waking up and long for change, convinced that a better world is possible. Awaited by people of all faiths and none, Maitreya, the World Teacher, is here to inspire us to re-build our world. He says: "Sharing and Justice, Brotherhood and Freedom are not new concepts. From the dawn of time mankind has linked his aspiration to these beckoning stars. Now, My friends, shall we anchor them in the world."

Saturday March 22, 2014
Start: 22/03/2014 14:00
End: 22/03/2014 16:00

Event Description

BUY top quality secondhand baby and children’s clothes, toys books and equipment at our award winning pop up market.

We have moved to a NEW VENUE and our sales are now even bigger and better than before….. we are just a short walk from Wimbledon town centre public transport and there is loads of FREE parking on site

We have 35 sellers under one roof giving you a huge choice of the best bargains. All goods for sale are great quality brands in top condition and sold at a fraction of the high street price.

Thursday March 27, 2014
Start: 27/03/2014 09:00
End: 27/03/2014 13:00

Event Description

Guests of Honour: Peter Davies, Wales' Commissioner for Sustainable Futures and Jane Davidson, Director, INSPIRE, University of Wales Trinity Saint David

Delegates at this seminar will consider a range of policies affecting sustainability in Wales. It is scheduled to precede the introduction of the Future Generations Bill to the National Assembly for Wales - expected in summer 2014 - and as the Welsh Government is expected to put forward its planned Environment (Wales) Bill - designed to provide a more integrated management of the environment in Wales.

Saturday March 29, 2014
Start: 29/03/2014 11:00

Event Description

VegfestUK - Europe's biggest and best veggie lifestyle shows - are back in the nation's veggie capital Brighton this year, on March 29th 30th at the Hove Centre. With over 135 stalls full of mouthwatering food alongside fashion, cosmetics and bodycare, plus inspiring dietary tips from talks, cookery demos, workshops, films and kids' cookery classes on top of a speed-dating session, a bodybuilders competition as well as great live comedy and music, this show is certain to attract not only veggies but all food and festival lovers.

Start: 29/03/2014 20:30
n/a
Sunday March 30, 2014
Start: 29/03/2014 11:00
End: 30/03/2014 18:00

Event Description

VegfestUK - Europe's biggest and best veggie lifestyle shows - are back in the nation's veggie capital Brighton this year, on March 29th 30th at the Hove Centre. With over 135 stalls full of mouthwatering food alongside fashion, cosmetics and bodycare, plus inspiring dietary tips from talks, cookery demos, workshops, films and kids' cookery classes on top of a speed-dating session, a bodybuilders competition as well as great live comedy and music, this show is certain to attract not only veggies but all food and festival lovers.

Thursday April 03, 2014
Start: 03/04/2014 10:00
End: 03/04/2014 17:00

Event Description

Trends in shared transport: recent successes and future growth

The event will be an opportunity to hear the latest news from the sector and discuss some of the developing trends. It will focus on the future of shared mobility and explore how we are preparing for it; the opportunities that lie ahead and what may need to be done to adapt.

Key themes:

  • Evidence based successes of car clubs – announcing the Carplus Annual Survey of car club members – results 2013/14

Saturday April 05, 2014
Start: 05/04/2014

Event Description

Our Permaculture weekend (5 & 6 April) will introduce you to the ethics, philosophy and the basics of Permaculture.

For those unfamilar with 'permaculture', it comes from 'permanent agriculture' and 'permanent culture' and is about living lightly on the planet, making sure that we can sustain human activities in harmony with nature.

This weekend introductory course by the fantastic Bristol-based tutor, Sarah Pugh, is sure to give you some great inspiration and knowledge to start applying permaculture in your own life.

Start: 05/04/2014 09:30
End: 05/04/2014 11:30

Event Description

BUY top quality secondhand baby and children’s clothes, toys books and equipment at our award winning pop up market.

We have 19 sellers under one roof giving you a huge choice of the best bargains. All goods for sale are great quality brands in top condition and sold at a fraction of the high street price. You'll find everything imaginable for maternity and children aged 0-6.

Need to declutter? Why not SELL at a mum2mum market and keep 100% of the proceeds.

Sunday April 06, 2014
Start: 05/04/2014
End: 06/04/2014

Event Description

Our Permaculture weekend (5 & 6 April) will introduce you to the ethics, philosophy and the basics of Permaculture.

For those unfamilar with 'permaculture', it comes from 'permanent agriculture' and 'permanent culture' and is about living lightly on the planet, making sure that we can sustain human activities in harmony with nature.

This weekend introductory course by the fantastic Bristol-based tutor, Sarah Pugh, is sure to give you some great inspiration and knowledge to start applying permaculture in your own life.

Wednesday April 09, 2014
Start: 09/04/2014

Event Description

The 4th International Hemp Building Symposium will feature presentations from international leading experts and builders; Steve Allin, Monika Brummer, Ian Pritchett, Ranyl Rhydwen, Paolo Ronchetti and more.

The Symposium will include a screening of the documentary film Bringing it Home and a tour of the Catwise centre.

Thursday April 10, 2014
Start: 09/04/2014
End: 10/04/2014

Event Description

The 4th International Hemp Building Symposium will feature presentations from international leading experts and builders; Steve Allin, Monika Brummer, Ian Pritchett, Ranyl Rhydwen, Paolo Ronchetti and more.

The Symposium will include a screening of the documentary film Bringing it Home and a tour of the Catwise centre.

Start: 10/04/2014 10:00
End: 10/04/2014 12:00

Event Description

Are you a Forest Family? Whether you know the Forest inside out or have never visited before, you’re sure to learn something new on our family days.

Join us for two hours of arty crafty Forest fun, learn to look at the Forest from a different perspective and create art using natural materials.

Please note that while younger siblings are welcome to join us, the activities are aimed at children aged 5-11.

Friday April 11, 2014

Event Description

The Guardian, Humanity United and the Institute for Human Rights and Business are co-organising a one-day summit designed to build the business case for effective management of risks related to human trafficking and forced labour throughout multinational supply chains.

Tuesday April 15, 2014
Start: 15/04/2014 14:00
End: 15/04/2014 16:00

Event Description

Are you a Forest Family? Whether you know the Forest inside out or have never visited before, you’re sure to learn something new on our family days.

Join us for this activity and discover more about the plants and trees that grow in the Forest. How old are they? What can they tell us? Why are they useful?

Please note that while younger siblings are welcome to join us, the activities are aimed at children aged 5-11.

Wednesday April 16, 2014
Start: 16/04/2014 10:00
End: 16/04/2014 12:00

Event Description

Are you a Forest Family? Whether you know the Forest inside out or have never visited before, you’re sure to learn something new on our family days.

Join us for this activity and discover all the amazing animals that live in our ponds. Investigate what lives where, watch how they move and find out what they eat.

Please note that while younger siblings are welcome to join us, the activities are aimed at children aged 5-11.

Friday April 18, 2014
Start: 18/04/2014 10:00

Event Description

Pet lambs & other animals in the Easter Barn, explore the beautiful orchards for the hidden eggs on the Easter Trail, learn about amazing and unusual chickens with the Kent Poultry Club, get creative with Easter Crafts and­ have your photo taken with our fantastic Easter
Characters.

Saturday April 19, 2014

Event Description

Pet lambs & other animals in the Easter Barn, explore the beautiful orchards for the hidden eggs on the Easter Trail, learn about amazing and unusual chickens with the Kent Poultry Club, get creative with Easter Crafts and­ have your photo taken with our fantastic Easter
Characters.

Start: 19/04/2014 14:00
End: 19/04/2014 16:00

Event Description

Are you a Forest Family? Whether you know the Forest inside out or have never visited before, you’re sure to learn something new on our family days.

Join us for this activity and learn how to look more closely for the creepy crawlies all around us in trees, grasses and under logs and stones.

Please note that while younger siblings are welcome to join us, the activities are aimed at children aged 5-11.

Sunday April 20, 2014
Start: 18/04/2014 10:00
End: 20/04/2014 15:00

Event Description

Pet lambs & other animals in the Easter Barn, explore the beautiful orchards for the hidden eggs on the Easter Trail, learn about amazing and unusual chickens with the Kent Poultry Club, get creative with Easter Crafts and­ have your photo taken with our fantastic Easter
Characters.

Tuesday April 29, 2014
Start: 29/04/2014

Event Description

“Have nothing in your houses that you do not know to be useful or believe to be beautiful.” William Morris

Design influences the look of our homes and how we live in them. This special exhibition at the Geffrye Museum showcases innovation and creativity in domestic design from London and beyond, highlighting how designers respond to issues such as efficiency, sustainability, durability, usefulness and beauty. It will give a glimpse of what's new and what we might expect to have in our homes in the future.

Wednesday April 30, 2014

Event Description

“Have nothing in your houses that you do not know to be useful or believe to be beautiful.” William Morris

Design influences the look of our homes and how we live in them. This special exhibition at the Geffrye Museum showcases innovation and creativity in domestic design from London and beyond, highlighting how designers respond to issues such as efficiency, sustainability, durability, usefulness and beauty. It will give a glimpse of what's new and what we might expect to have in our homes in the future.

Thursday May 01, 2014

Event Description

“Have nothing in your houses that you do not know to be useful or believe to be beautiful.” William Morris

Design influences the look of our homes and how we live in them. This special exhibition at the Geffrye Museum showcases innovation and creativity in domestic design from London and beyond, highlighting how designers respond to issues such as efficiency, sustainability, durability, usefulness and beauty. It will give a glimpse of what's new and what we might expect to have in our homes in the future.

Start: 01/05/2014

Event Description

Cycle City is a ground breaking conference and exhibition for all those working to encourage Dutch levels of utility cycling in Britain. It is a 'culture changing' event for all those working to create better cycling cities.

Cycle City includes a 2-day exhibition of the product and service suppliers to the sector, with plenary presentations by high-profile individuals throughout the UK and beyond with expertise and influence in cycle policy, promotion and infrastructure.

Friday May 02, 2014

Event Description

“Have nothing in your houses that you do not know to be useful or believe to be beautiful.” William Morris

Design influences the look of our homes and how we live in them. This special exhibition at the Geffrye Museum showcases innovation and creativity in domestic design from London and beyond, highlighting how designers respond to issues such as efficiency, sustainability, durability, usefulness and beauty. It will give a glimpse of what's new and what we might expect to have in our homes in the future.

Start: 01/05/2014
End: 02/05/2014

Event Description

Cycle City is a ground breaking conference and exhibition for all those working to encourage Dutch levels of utility cycling in Britain. It is a 'culture changing' event for all those working to create better cycling cities.

Cycle City includes a 2-day exhibition of the product and service suppliers to the sector, with plenary presentations by high-profile individuals throughout the UK and beyond with expertise and influence in cycle policy, promotion and infrastructure.

Saturday May 03, 2014

Event Description

“Have nothing in your houses that you do not know to be useful or believe to be beautiful.” William Morris

Design influences the look of our homes and how we live in them. This special exhibition at the Geffrye Museum showcases innovation and creativity in domestic design from London and beyond, highlighting how designers respond to issues such as efficiency, sustainability, durability, usefulness and beauty. It will give a glimpse of what's new and what we might expect to have in our homes in the future.

Start: 03/05/2014

Event Description

Now in its ninth year and bigger than ever before, the Ironbridge Gorge Walking Festival (Saturday 3rd – Sunday 11th May) is offering a choice of over 50 free, varied and rewarding walks in and around the stunning Ironbridge Gorge World Heritage Site, where the Industrial Revolution began over 300 years ago.

Start: 03/05/2014

Event Description

The Artisan Cheese Fair, which began in the Market Town of Melton Mowbray four years ago, is now the largest gathering of traditional cheese makers in the country. More than 200 regional specialities from over 25 counties across the British Isles and as far reaching as Fife in Scotland, County Carlow in the Republic of Ireland, Cornwall and Cardiganshire will offer cheese-lovers a feast of flavours.

Sunday May 04, 2014

Event Description

“Have nothing in your houses that you do not know to be useful or believe to be beautiful.” William Morris

Design influences the look of our homes and how we live in them. This special exhibition at the Geffrye Museum showcases innovation and creativity in domestic design from London and beyond, highlighting how designers respond to issues such as efficiency, sustainability, durability, usefulness and beauty. It will give a glimpse of what's new and what we might expect to have in our homes in the future.

Event Description

Now in its ninth year and bigger than ever before, the Ironbridge Gorge Walking Festival (Saturday 3rd – Sunday 11th May) is offering a choice of over 50 free, varied and rewarding walks in and around the stunning Ironbridge Gorge World Heritage Site, where the Industrial Revolution began over 300 years ago.

Start: 03/05/2014
End: 04/05/2014

Event Description

The Artisan Cheese Fair, which began in the Market Town of Melton Mowbray four years ago, is now the largest gathering of traditional cheese makers in the country. More than 200 regional specialities from over 25 counties across the British Isles and as far reaching as Fife in Scotland, County Carlow in the Republic of Ireland, Cornwall and Cardiganshire will offer cheese-lovers a feast of flavours.

Monday May 05, 2014

Event Description

“Have nothing in your houses that you do not know to be useful or believe to be beautiful.” William Morris

Design influences the look of our homes and how we live in them. This special exhibition at the Geffrye Museum showcases innovation and creativity in domestic design from London and beyond, highlighting how designers respond to issues such as efficiency, sustainability, durability, usefulness and beauty. It will give a glimpse of what's new and what we might expect to have in our homes in the future.

Event Description

Now in its ninth year and bigger than ever before, the Ironbridge Gorge Walking Festival (Saturday 3rd – Sunday 11th May) is offering a choice of over 50 free, varied and rewarding walks in and around the stunning Ironbridge Gorge World Heritage Site, where the Industrial Revolution began over 300 years ago.

Tuesday May 06, 2014

Event Description

“Have nothing in your houses that you do not know to be useful or believe to be beautiful.” William Morris

Design influences the look of our homes and how we live in them. This special exhibition at the Geffrye Museum showcases innovation and creativity in domestic design from London and beyond, highlighting how designers respond to issues such as efficiency, sustainability, durability, usefulness and beauty. It will give a glimpse of what's new and what we might expect to have in our homes in the future.

Event Description

Now in its ninth year and bigger than ever before, the Ironbridge Gorge Walking Festival (Saturday 3rd – Sunday 11th May) is offering a choice of over 50 free, varied and rewarding walks in and around the stunning Ironbridge Gorge World Heritage Site, where the Industrial Revolution began over 300 years ago.

Wednesday May 07, 2014

Event Description

“Have nothing in your houses that you do not know to be useful or believe to be beautiful.” William Morris

Design influences the look of our homes and how we live in them. This special exhibition at the Geffrye Museum showcases innovation and creativity in domestic design from London and beyond, highlighting how designers respond to issues such as efficiency, sustainability, durability, usefulness and beauty. It will give a glimpse of what's new and what we might expect to have in our homes in the future.

Event Description

Now in its ninth year and bigger than ever before, the Ironbridge Gorge Walking Festival (Saturday 3rd – Sunday 11th May) is offering a choice of over 50 free, varied and rewarding walks in and around the stunning Ironbridge Gorge World Heritage Site, where the Industrial Revolution began over 300 years ago.

Thursday May 08, 2014

Event Description

“Have nothing in your houses that you do not know to be useful or believe to be beautiful.” William Morris

Design influences the look of our homes and how we live in them. This special exhibition at the Geffrye Museum showcases innovation and creativity in domestic design from London and beyond, highlighting how designers respond to issues such as efficiency, sustainability, durability, usefulness and beauty. It will give a glimpse of what's new and what we might expect to have in our homes in the future.

Event Description

Now in its ninth year and bigger than ever before, the Ironbridge Gorge Walking Festival (Saturday 3rd – Sunday 11th May) is offering a choice of over 50 free, varied and rewarding walks in and around the stunning Ironbridge Gorge World Heritage Site, where the Industrial Revolution began over 300 years ago.

Friday May 09, 2014

Event Description

“Have nothing in your houses that you do not know to be useful or believe to be beautiful.” William Morris

Design influences the look of our homes and how we live in them. This special exhibition at the Geffrye Museum showcases innovation and creativity in domestic design from London and beyond, highlighting how designers respond to issues such as efficiency, sustainability, durability, usefulness and beauty. It will give a glimpse of what's new and what we might expect to have in our homes in the future.

Event Description

Now in its ninth year and bigger than ever before, the Ironbridge Gorge Walking Festival (Saturday 3rd – Sunday 11th May) is offering a choice of over 50 free, varied and rewarding walks in and around the stunning Ironbridge Gorge World Heritage Site, where the Industrial Revolution began over 300 years ago.

Saturday May 10, 2014

Event Description

“Have nothing in your houses that you do not know to be useful or believe to be beautiful.” William Morris

Design influences the look of our homes and how we live in them. This special exhibition at the Geffrye Museum showcases innovation and creativity in domestic design from London and beyond, highlighting how designers respond to issues such as efficiency, sustainability, durability, usefulness and beauty. It will give a glimpse of what's new and what we might expect to have in our homes in the future.

Event Description

Now in its ninth year and bigger than ever before, the Ironbridge Gorge Walking Festival (Saturday 3rd – Sunday 11th May) is offering a choice of over 50 free, varied and rewarding walks in and around the stunning Ironbridge Gorge World Heritage Site, where the Industrial Revolution began over 300 years ago.

Start: 10/05/2014 11:00
End: 10/05/2014 13:00

Event Description

BUY top quality secondhand baby and children’s clothes, toys books and equipment at our award winning pop up markets in Sutton

We have 30 sellers under one roof giving you a huge choice of the best bargains. All goods for sale are great quality brands in top condition and sold at a fraction of the high street price…… and we are just a short walk from Sutton town centre public transport.

Admission £2 on the door (kids free) and everyone is welcome

Sunday May 11, 2014

Event Description

“Have nothing in your houses that you do not know to be useful or believe to be beautiful.” William Morris

Design influences the look of our homes and how we live in them. This special exhibition at the Geffrye Museum showcases innovation and creativity in domestic design from London and beyond, highlighting how designers respond to issues such as efficiency, sustainability, durability, usefulness and beauty. It will give a glimpse of what's new and what we might expect to have in our homes in the future.

Start: 03/05/2014
End: 11/05/2014

Event Description

Now in its ninth year and bigger than ever before, the Ironbridge Gorge Walking Festival (Saturday 3rd – Sunday 11th May) is offering a choice of over 50 free, varied and rewarding walks in and around the stunning Ironbridge Gorge World Heritage Site, where the Industrial Revolution began over 300 years ago.

Start: 11/05/2014 14:00
End: 11/05/2014 16:00

Event Description

Mum2mum markets are fabulous nearly new sales where parents sell their outgrown baby and children's gear directly to other local mums and keep 100% of the profits!

BUY top quality secondhand baby and children’s clothes, toys books and equipment at our award winning pop up markets in Esher.

Monday May 12, 2014

Event Description

“Have nothing in your houses that you do not know to be useful or believe to be beautiful.” William Morris

Design influences the look of our homes and how we live in them. This special exhibition at the Geffrye Museum showcases innovation and creativity in domestic design from London and beyond, highlighting how designers respond to issues such as efficiency, sustainability, durability, usefulness and beauty. It will give a glimpse of what's new and what we might expect to have in our homes in the future.

Tuesday May 13, 2014

Event Description

“Have nothing in your houses that you do not know to be useful or believe to be beautiful.” William Morris

Design influences the look of our homes and how we live in them. This special exhibition at the Geffrye Museum showcases innovation and creativity in domestic design from London and beyond, highlighting how designers respond to issues such as efficiency, sustainability, durability, usefulness and beauty. It will give a glimpse of what's new and what we might expect to have in our homes in the future.

Wednesday May 14, 2014

Event Description

“Have nothing in your houses that you do not know to be useful or believe to be beautiful.” William Morris

Design influences the look of our homes and how we live in them. This special exhibition at the Geffrye Museum showcases innovation and creativity in domestic design from London and beyond, highlighting how designers respond to issues such as efficiency, sustainability, durability, usefulness and beauty. It will give a glimpse of what's new and what we might expect to have in our homes in the future.

Start: 14/05/2014 08:30

Event Description

Potential of insects as human food and animal feed in assuring food security. The overall objective of the conference is to promote the use of insects as human food and as animal feed in assuring food security.

Thursday May 15, 2014

Event Description

“Have nothing in your houses that you do not know to be useful or believe to be beautiful.” William Morris

Design influences the look of our homes and how we live in them. This special exhibition at the Geffrye Museum showcases innovation and creativity in domestic design from London and beyond, highlighting how designers respond to issues such as efficiency, sustainability, durability, usefulness and beauty. It will give a glimpse of what's new and what we might expect to have in our homes in the future.

Event Description

Potential of insects as human food and animal feed in assuring food security. The overall objective of the conference is to promote the use of insects as human food and as animal feed in assuring food security.

Start: 15/05/2014 10:00
End: 15/05/2014 16:00

Event Description

This dynamic course looks at the type of the work that a facilitator may take on. This includes designing events, getting ‘buy-in’ from those attending, and ensuring inclusiveness, with a special focus on dealing with problems and conflicts.

‘Lots of meaty content - very engaging!’ The Eden Project

‘Very interesting event - learnt a lot of great techniques.’ Helena Merriott Westminster Council

‘Extremely interesting and informative’ Stephen Miller Community Development Foundation

Friday May 16, 2014

Event Description

“Have nothing in your houses that you do not know to be useful or believe to be beautiful.” William Morris

Design influences the look of our homes and how we live in them. This special exhibition at the Geffrye Museum showcases innovation and creativity in domestic design from London and beyond, highlighting how designers respond to issues such as efficiency, sustainability, durability, usefulness and beauty. It will give a glimpse of what's new and what we might expect to have in our homes in the future.

Event Description

Potential of insects as human food and animal feed in assuring food security. The overall objective of the conference is to promote the use of insects as human food and as animal feed in assuring food security.

Saturday May 17, 2014

Event Description

“Have nothing in your houses that you do not know to be useful or believe to be beautiful.” William Morris

Design influences the look of our homes and how we live in them. This special exhibition at the Geffrye Museum showcases innovation and creativity in domestic design from London and beyond, highlighting how designers respond to issues such as efficiency, sustainability, durability, usefulness and beauty. It will give a glimpse of what's new and what we might expect to have in our homes in the future.

Start: 14/05/2014 08:30
End: 17/05/2014 17:30

Event Description

Potential of insects as human food and animal feed in assuring food security. The overall objective of the conference is to promote the use of insects as human food and as animal feed in assuring food security.

Sunday May 18, 2014

Event Description

“Have nothing in your houses that you do not know to be useful or believe to be beautiful.” William Morris

Design influences the look of our homes and how we live in them. This special exhibition at the Geffrye Museum showcases innovation and creativity in domestic design from London and beyond, highlighting how designers respond to issues such as efficiency, sustainability, durability, usefulness and beauty. It will give a glimpse of what's new and what we might expect to have in our homes in the future.

Monday May 19, 2014

Event Description

“Have nothing in your houses that you do not know to be useful or believe to be beautiful.” William Morris

Design influences the look of our homes and how we live in them. This special exhibition at the Geffrye Museum showcases innovation and creativity in domestic design from London and beyond, highlighting how designers respond to issues such as efficiency, sustainability, durability, usefulness and beauty. It will give a glimpse of what's new and what we might expect to have in our homes in the future.

Tuesday May 20, 2014

Event Description

“Have nothing in your houses that you do not know to be useful or believe to be beautiful.” William Morris

Design influences the look of our homes and how we live in them. This special exhibition at the Geffrye Museum showcases innovation and creativity in domestic design from London and beyond, highlighting how designers respond to issues such as efficiency, sustainability, durability, usefulness and beauty. It will give a glimpse of what's new and what we might expect to have in our homes in the future.

Wednesday May 21, 2014

Event Description

“Have nothing in your houses that you do not know to be useful or believe to be beautiful.” William Morris

Design influences the look of our homes and how we live in them. This special exhibition at the Geffrye Museum showcases innovation and creativity in domestic design from London and beyond, highlighting how designers respond to issues such as efficiency, sustainability, durability, usefulness and beauty. It will give a glimpse of what's new and what we might expect to have in our homes in the future.

Thursday May 22, 2014

Event Description

“Have nothing in your houses that you do not know to be useful or believe to be beautiful.” William Morris

Design influences the look of our homes and how we live in them. This special exhibition at the Geffrye Museum showcases innovation and creativity in domestic design from London and beyond, highlighting how designers respond to issues such as efficiency, sustainability, durability, usefulness and beauty. It will give a glimpse of what's new and what we might expect to have in our homes in the future.

Friday May 23, 2014

Event Description

“Have nothing in your houses that you do not know to be useful or believe to be beautiful.” William Morris

Design influences the look of our homes and how we live in them. This special exhibition at the Geffrye Museum showcases innovation and creativity in domestic design from London and beyond, highlighting how designers respond to issues such as efficiency, sustainability, durability, usefulness and beauty. It will give a glimpse of what's new and what we might expect to have in our homes in the future.

Saturday May 24, 2014

Event Description

“Have nothing in your houses that you do not know to be useful or believe to be beautiful.” William Morris

Design influences the look of our homes and how we live in them. This special exhibition at the Geffrye Museum showcases innovation and creativity in domestic design from London and beyond, highlighting how designers respond to issues such as efficiency, sustainability, durability, usefulness and beauty. It will give a glimpse of what's new and what we might expect to have in our homes in the future.

Sunday May 25, 2014

Event Description

“Have nothing in your houses that you do not know to be useful or believe to be beautiful.” William Morris

Design influences the look of our homes and how we live in them. This special exhibition at the Geffrye Museum showcases innovation and creativity in domestic design from London and beyond, highlighting how designers respond to issues such as efficiency, sustainability, durability, usefulness and beauty. It will give a glimpse of what's new and what we might expect to have in our homes in the future.

Monday May 26, 2014

Event Description

“Have nothing in your houses that you do not know to be useful or believe to be beautiful.” William Morris

Design influences the look of our homes and how we live in them. This special exhibition at the Geffrye Museum showcases innovation and creativity in domestic design from London and beyond, highlighting how designers respond to issues such as efficiency, sustainability, durability, usefulness and beauty. It will give a glimpse of what's new and what we might expect to have in our homes in the future.

Tuesday May 27, 2014

Event Description

“Have nothing in your houses that you do not know to be useful or believe to be beautiful.” William Morris

Design influences the look of our homes and how we live in them. This special exhibition at the Geffrye Museum showcases innovation and creativity in domestic design from London and beyond, highlighting how designers respond to issues such as efficiency, sustainability, durability, usefulness and beauty. It will give a glimpse of what's new and what we might expect to have in our homes in the future.

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