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 –
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!
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.