9th September, Parliament Hill, 2-5pm. Join us to stretch out summer and share dreams & bright ideas for cleaning up the air in our back-to-school lives in Camden.
We’ll be spreading our picnic blankets alongside the Stone of Free speech on the grassy east facing slopes of Parliament Hill. (If you’re coming from Highgate Road, head up the hill on the paved path that runs up behind the Café, and you’ll find us on the right. If you are coming from the south, just keep going over the shoulder of the hill beyond the bandstand.)
Everyone welcome at this family friendly information sharing social event. Bring a picnic blanket and food and drink to share. Maybe skipping ropes and frizbees to entertain the kids? Get the latest updates on local and London wide action to end air pollution – especially to improve conditions around our local schools. Share stories of summer travels and local events. Catch up with friends and make new contacts for cleaning up the air we breathe.
Bring friends & family, or just yourself, to indulge in some Blue Skies Thinking on ways we can work together to co-create clean air communities in Camden.
Saturday 17th June, 11am to 5pm, Kentish Town Road
Come and join us for an inspiring tour of our new green spaces off Kentish Town Road.
The ‘Well Beeing Garden‘ at the James Wigg practice will open from 11am-12:30 for a FREE LAUGHTER YOGA session.
Stop for live music at the Platform 1 Cottage Garden at KT overground station between 1:00-2:30pm.
Stop off at our pop up Camden Air Action stall and find out how green spaces help counter pollution.
The day will finish at ‘The Listening Space’ at The Caversham Group Practice between 3 – 5pm where FREE TEA AND HERB SCONES will be served!
For more info: firstname.lastname@example.org
Monday 30th January 2017
7-9.30 pm upstairs at Grafton (corner Grafton and Prince of Wales Roads, NW5
At the start of 2017, the Camden Air Action network invites you to a café style event on developing practical local clean air solutions. Concerned individuals, TRAs, Neighbourhood Forums, campaigning groups. health professionals and local councillors: all welcome.
Come along and join the café style discussion table that most reflects your interests for exchanging clean air action information and ideas. And help generate the buzz of energy and ideas we need to build creative clean air solutions. Table topics include creating clean air routes to school; clean fuel transport; organising awareness raising clean air community events; green fuel home energy; developing Camden’s air activist network for stronger mutual support, and maximum effectiveness. Followed by free networking/ social time.
Come along to share your vision of the communities and streets you want to live in, and to raise a glass to a greener, cleaner air Camden.
Part two of Sadiq’s ‘consultation’ which Simon Birkett said didn’t go far enough. How can we stand by when our children are being exposed to dangerously polluted air, putting them at greater risk of serious health conditions.
For more details, see www.london.gov.uk