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Come along to this free thermal imaging refresher session, funded by the Low Carbon Hub for groups taking part in the East Oxford Themral Imaging project, but open to all interested in undertaking some thermography this winter. The session will be facilitated by Dale Hoyland (Treasurer of Sustainable Witney CAG and formally of National Energy Foundation) who has trained many community groups over the past decade.
The session will be friendly and informal, drawing out experience and expertise from those attending who have previously run such a project. We begin at 6pm, and the session will last around 2.5hours including going ‘hands on’ with the camera. Come along and leave with all the knowledge needed to run your own thermal imaging project this winter!
Oxford Permaculture Picturehouse presents:
What are we waiting for?
Discover Ungersheim, a village of 2100 people, who decided to make it ‘an island of shared happiness’. In the first five years: a solar farm makes most of the village’s electricity, the vet runs the community farm, and the school bus is now horse-drawn… and much more!
A 2016 Film by Marie-Monique Robin, in French with English subtitles.
Doors at 6.30pm for bar and snacks. Film starts 7.15pm and followed by discussion and conversations until 9.30pm.
A wonderful celebration of all things Green !
The biggest event of its kind in the country – now in its 37th year.
Three halls full of stalls – craft goods, campaigns, information, and of course, Green Father Christmas.
Find unique handmade gifts, learn more about important local issues, and enjoy a delicious vegetarian (or vegan) lunch and yummy cakes at our famous Green Cafe.
This year’s guest of honour is the acclaimed environmental author and journalist George Monbiot, who will make a short keynote speech at 11.00am.