Havant GBGW Diary

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ate and timeEventLocation Details and Contacts
17th Sept 10.30 to 12.00 Mayor of Havant’s Green Coffee morningSt Faith’s Church HavantZero waste, Fairtrade coffee morning.
Free but contributions welcome for the Mayor’s charity, the RNLI
All week 18th-26thDisplays showing the activities of local groups and how these relate to COP 26Meridian Centre
24th to 26thDisplay of artwork from trash, created for the Week at Making SpaceMeridian Centre
All week 18th-26th Exhibitions: Open Exhibition on Water and Art Forms in NatureThe Spring Arts Centre thespring.co.uk
All weekThe Spring will be transforming the green spaces outside into a mini bee garden The Spring Arts Centre Work, organised by Martin Hampton, will be taking place all week
All weekGreen Week at Park SchoolPark Community SchoolPark Community School will be organising a litter pick carried out by students in Leigh Park Gardens, managing without disposables for the week, using more locally sourced and seasonal food, providing a meat-free Monday for students and staff. They will also be hosting an evening Repair Café, and a Learn Fix, Ride afternoon for students at 2 p.m. on Tues 21st. On Thursday evening 5pm-6pm Munch will be operating and the community can come for a free evening meal. See https://pcs.hants.sch.uk/events.php for more information.
All WeekGreen WeekWarblington SchoolWarblington school will be providing a meat free Monday for all staff and students and reducing the school’s carbon footprint by taking a pledge to follow a low Carbon Diet. There will an Active travel to school day and Fairtrade food and Swop shop festival. For additional information, please see School website
Sat 18th 10:00Opening of HBGW by the Mayor of Havant Meridian Centre
Sat 18th and Sun 19th
10-5
Art work highlighting the Christian Aid Climate Crisis campaign48 Beacon Square, EmsworthPart of Emsworth Arts Trail
(emsworthartstrail.org.uk)
Sat 18th 10-12Plant saleGazebo Gardens, The Pallant, HavantHavant Borough Residents’ Association
Sat 18th
10-11.30
Family Wildlife Walk Newlands Community Hall
Berewood, PO7 3BX
A guided walk for families along the River Wallington with our Ecologist to spot and learn about the wildlife at Berewood
www.berewoodhampshire.co.uk
Sat 18th
9.30-12
Litter pick Southmoor Lane Bedhampton  PO9 1JWOrganised by Friends of Langstone Harbour
See their website here
Sat 18th
17.30 to 18.30
Day of Action on Corporate CourtsA nationwide day of actionCorporate courts are a serious threat to effective climate action. Find out more at a webinar organised by Global Justice Now and War on Want.
Sat 18/9 10.30 to 2.30High Tea and Harvest EventStaunton Country ParkCheck out their Facebook page
Sun 19th
11.00
Litter pick on land and paddle boardsMeet in the car park by the Ship Inn at LangstoneOrganised by FatFace
See their Facebook page
Sun 19th 10.00 to 11.00 Park Yoga
Booking essential
Waterlooville, PO7 5ST
A relaxing yoga session in Berewood Town Park. For all abilities. www.berewoodhampshire.co.uk
Sun 19thLitter pick in Waterlooville, organised by TrashbustersJubilee Park WaterloovilleMeet at 10 am in the Jubilee Park car park for a litter pick in the park.
This is a link to the Facebook page
Mon 20thGood news dayOnlineShare the stories of what you are doing on social media. #goodnewsday
Mon 20th
7pm
Climate Conversation with Havant Green PartyRegister: via Action Network
What is COP26 and how can I help as an individual?

Register via Action Network
https://actionnetwork.org/events/what-is-cop26-and-how-can-i-help-as-an-individual?
Tue 21st
10.00
Guided Flora and Fauna walk (part of Get up and Go Havant)Coach House, Staunton Country ParkBooking essential
023 9244 6223
info@getupandgohavant.com
Tue 21st From 10amPeace Day,
Meet the Solent Peace Group
Meridian Centre
Tue 21st
1.30 -3.00
Seed planting session in Hayling island
Booking essential.
Venue details once booked
Learn to identify hedge and tree berries and have a go at the various methods for growing from seed. 
Help to grow some native tree and hedge plants for us to plant out in the next few years.

Email    hbctreewardens@gmail.com 
Tue 21st
7-8
Havant Thicket Reservoir – What Can We Save?Online. Zoom LinkA chat with members of Stop the Chop who fought to stop the reservoir
For more information
Meeting ID: 826 8452 9700
Passcode: 061328
Tue 21, Thurs 23 not Weds Sat 25
11-12
Join Martin Hampton for a coffee and a chat about UngardeningMarshall’s Glade,
Havant
Visit a site being preserved for biodiversity and learn about radical ideas for helping wildlife from Martin Hampton. It’s betwen Lymbourn Road and the Hayling Billy Line. Just turn up – no need to book.
Tue 21st 7.30pmFilm: The Biggest Little Farm The Spring Arts Centre This documentary has had rave reviews and is a blueprint for better living and a healthy planet
thespring.co.uk
Tue 21st 7pm
to 9 pm
Wreath-making
workshop
Berewood WaterloovilleMaking a wreath for your front door, using natural materials
www.berewoodhampshire.co.uk
Wed 22nd 1.45pm and 7.30pmFilm: Dark Waters The Spring Arts Centre An American lawyer takes a case aginst a chemical company after they contaminated a town’s water; based on a true story (thespring.co.uk)
Wed 22nd
4-6
Pop-up Trash Cafe + hampers to orderEco-freaks Emporium East St HavantHampers can be booked www.trashcafe.com but see their Facebook page for more details
Wed 22nd
4-6
Second hand clothes swap (or buy) and flower shop Eco-freaks Emporium East St Havant More details on their Facebook page
Wed 22nd
12-2 and
3-5
Drop-in workshopsThe SpringThe Spring has nvited the Astra aka Colour Rebel to re-wild the indoor space, she’ll be running free drop-in workshops where you can make your own wild creatures and add to our growing wild treasure hunt. Astra uses only recycled and upcycled materials so you’ll be taking care of the planet while you have fun.
Wed 22nd
7-9 pm
Positive environmental stories and poemsOnline. Book herePens of the Earth and T’Articulation celebrate local and national environmental initiatives with guest speaker Jenni Jones, Sustrans Liveable Cities & Towns Officer for Portsmouth
Wed 22ndNo Car Day. Could you leave your car at home?Find out more about the UN World Car Free day to reduce air pollution
Thurs 23rd
10-12
Clean up the Billy Trail down to LangstoneCar park outside The SpringOrganised by Final Straw
finalstrawfoundation.org
Thurs 23rd
11-12
Join Martin Hampton for a coffee and a chat about UngardeningMarshall’s Glade,
Havant
Visit a site being preserved for biodiversity and learn about radical ideas for helping wildlife from Martin Hampton. It’s betwen Lymbourn Road and the Hayling Billy Line. Just turn up – no need to book.
Thurs 23rd
4.30-7.30
Repair CafePark Community SchoolSee the Repair Cafe website for details
Thurs 23rd
12-2 and
3-5
Drop-in workshopsThe SpringThe Spring has nvited the Astra aka Colour Rebel to re-wild the indoor space, she’ll be running free drop-in workshops where you can make your own wild creatures and add to our growing wild treasure hunt. Astra uses only recycled and upcycled materials so you’ll be taking care of the planet while you have fun.
Thurs 23rd
7pm to 9
Candle-making workshopBerewood, WaterloovilleMaking candles from natural ingredients
www.berewoodhampshire.co.uk
Thurs 23rd
6.30 to 7.30
Evening talk on Supporting Wildlife in your GardenPallant Centre HavantA talk organised by Martin Hampton of Grove Conservation. Max 20 places. Book here
Thur 23rd
7-8.30
Online meeting about the latest climate reportEventbrite link for booking hereOrganised by the United Nations Association Climate and Oceans
Fri 24th,
Sat 25th Sun 26th
From 10 each day
Working party to help resurface paths and clear gladesPark Wood, WaterloovilleJoin our volunteers in Park Wood on any of our work party activities
http://park-wood.org
Fri 24th
10-3
Coffee morning, plant and seed swap and plant saleBedhampton Community CentreProceeds to MacMillan Cancer Support
http://bedhamptoncommunity.org
Sat 25th 10-12.30Wildlife Walk for adultsNewlands Community Hall
Berewood, PO7 3BX

A longer guided walk along the River Wallington and the site with our Ecologist to spot and learn about the wildlife at Berewood. Booking essential.
www.berewoodhampshire.co.uk
Sat 25th
10 to 1
Bug Hunt/Scavenger HuntHermitage Open Space
Hermitage Open Space is between Middle Park Way and Purbrook Way by the foot bridge
Friends of the Hermitage Stream
See their Facebook page
Sat 25th
10-2
The Little Green Van in WestbourneCar park, WOW Clinic (on bend, south end of village)Bring containers to refill with eco household and personal products
and organic dried foods
http://thelittlegreenvan.co.uk
Sat 25th
2pm

Introduction to Park Wood and woodland conservation walk.
London Rd entrance between Wallis Road and Queens Road, WaterloovilleJoin the Friends of Park Wood for an easy stroll around the wood learning about its history, wildlife and conservation management http://park-wood.org
Sat 25th 10 to 4 Green Fun DayChurch of the Good Shepherd, CrookhornGreen fun for all the family
www.cogs.org.uk
Sat 25th 10 to 12 Woodland walk led by Havant Borough Tree WardensHurstwoodBooking essental
See the Tree Warden website
Sat 25th
11-12
Join Martin Hampton for a coffee and a chat about UngardeningMarshall’s Glade,
Havant
Visit a site being preserved for biodiversity and learn about radical ideas for helping wildlife from Martin Hampton. It’s betwen Lymbourn Road and the Hayling Billy Line. Just turn up – no need to book.
Sunday 26th
4pm
Ecumenical Open Air ServiceSt James church garden, Emsworth Gather in thanksgiving for the wonders of creation and to pray for the change needed
Sun 26th 10.30 to 12 and
1 to 2.30
Meadow Sweep
Booking essential
Newlands Meadow, Waterlooville, PO7 5GFSessions with the Hampshire & IOW Wildlife Trust exploring Newlands Meadow with an expert and seeing close-up the insects that live there.
www.berewoodhampshire.co.uk
Links to the Wildlife Trust Meadow Sweep (plus pond dipping and crafts!) below:
10:30am – 12noon – https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/168113699601
1 – 2:30pm – https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/168114439815
Sun 26th Litter pick in Waterlooville, organised by Trashbusters Padnell Park CowplainMeet at 10 am near Padnell School, Cowplain for a litter pick in Padnell Park.
See the Trashbusters Facebook page
Sat 2nd October 10.30 to 4.00Green Harvest FairSt Wilfred’s Church Padnell RD Cowplain
PO8 8DZ
A free eco fun day for all ages and part of their Green Harvest Festival weekend
tbc= to be confirmed

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