h.Energy 2018: Let’s Do This!

The countdown has begun to another inspiring set of events to celebrate and inspire sustainability in Herefordshire. Full details now on the h.Energy website.

We have already had a huge amount of your positive energy thrown into the festival – open houses, donations, offers of talks… thank you for everything offered so far.

All the individual events will need a lot of people’s time to help them come off and we want everyone to feel supported and enjoy themselves –

so please be involved in the next couple of months – let us know what you’re interested in here.

If you’re not around on the weekend there are events happening either side, and lots of publicity and admin from right now… Averil, Wendy and I will be very happy to hear from you with anything you’re interested in – please be in touch.  We are also looking for plastic-free stalls, repair experts and HGN member organisations who’d like to showcase their work.

If you’ve volunteered before, and we already have your details – don’t worry about explaining who you are just please remind me of your contact details – thanks!

You can now download the h.Energy Poster and Leaflet containing the schedule of events. The schedule of h.Energy events & activities taking place at Queenswood on Sunday 14th October can be downloaded here.  Please feel free to circulate these documents far and wide!

CONFIRMED:

Friday 12th October: Eco-home open house in Hereford

Saturday 13th October: Repair Cafe, Clothes Swap, Family Cooking From Scratch, Electric Vehicle Displays, Talks and more at the Kindle Centre Hereford

Sunday 14th October: Fun Run, workshops, plastic-free events and a #plasticfreehere market at Queenswood Country Park.

Lead-up events include:

Kids Kitchen will be at the Fun Palace, Left Bank on 6th October cooking up a sustainable storm with a drop-in session making apple tarts from scratch with all ages.

Make Do and Mend at The Kindle Centre 15th September will feature repairs of all kinds – sewing, general household and bikes – plus family cooking and a clothes swap.

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