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Come and join us for GreenTEA’s Annual Festival at the Village Hall on Saturday 29 September from 12-4pm.
Despite a difficult growing year we hope to have lots of apples to juice and give away, and do bring your own apples for expert identification. New themes include repair/recycle and electric vehicles. Everything is for all ages, and all free!
We’ll start with a vegetarian bring and share sit down meal at 12 noon, so we can enjoy each other’s food and share ideas and recipes – all welcome! Bring your favourite low carbon food and maybe a bottle…
The theme of The Future of Eynsham reflects our desire to engage with the challenges and opportunities for our much loved village. Let’s ensure that whatever development happens in Eynsham we fight for the highest possible eco standards in new housing, for locally owned renewable energy and opportunities to grow, harvest and enjoy the green spaces. Do come and share your ideas with us at the Festival.
Collaborate events are opportunities for Community Action Groups (CAGs) working on similar projects or across a common theme to meet up, share and find ways of working together.
The meetings are open to members of the CAG network, as well as other associated, like-minded groups and organisations. We also moderate theme mailing lists for CAGs to communicate with each other between meetings.
As a large network spread across the county, the meetings are an important chance for CAGs to:
- Discover more about other groups’ activities and achievements
- Share knowledge and skills
- Explore opportunities for collaborative projects and funding bids
- Gain advice and support from The CAG Project staff and other members
- Network and socialise with other members
We have volunteer fixers ready to help you repair household and electrical items. As well as welcoming anyone popping in with things for fixing
We’ll be collecting broken / unwanted electrical items to repair and
sell on second-hand to reduce the amount of electrical waste.
If you have items to donate please contact Jo:
07768 767787 / firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please bring items before 12 noon
Bring along items small enough for one person to carry and please back up your data!
An introductory course covering all the basic skills: casting on and off, the knit stitch, the purl stitch, how to create stitch patterns using knit and purl, working in rows and rounds, and increasing and decreasing techniques for simple shaping.
By the end of the course we will be following a simple knitting pattern.
5 Sessions: 10th Oct, 17th Oct, 24th Oct, 7th Nov, 14th Nov
6 sessions (15th Oct, 19th Nov, 3rd Dec, 21st Jan, 4th Feb, 18th Mar)Mondays 9.30am -2.30pm
starting 15th Oct
Learn upholstery techniques while working on your own project
with tutor Kate Powell.
We are able to offer this course for £150 thanks to support from various sponsors
For more info or to book contact Jo
email@example.com / 07768 767787