Tuesday 21 June 2011

Kamanga Dance Ensemble

Discover How Young People in Africa Fight Climate Change

Join us for a talk about the Kamanga Dance Ensemble, a youth organisation in Zambia dedicated to health and environmental education using dance and drama.

Followed by Light refreshments.

7pm, 1st July 2011
Ring o’Bells, Disley

For more information ring 01663 747560

Kelvin Chifokolo, 23, and Emelda Sensha, 19,
Kamanga Dance Ensemble

Live Projects

Village Energy Project
We are developing a baseline energy assessment and energy efficiency roadmap for 8 key housing stocks in Hayfield. These will be rolled out through each housing stock community via local surgeries to enable these households to make best practice energy improvements to their own homes. The first 100 houses will be provided with £100 of free materials.

School Carbon Challenge
We are developing a carbon reduction plan with the school as the first phase in creating a carbon neutral school. This will involve making the building more energy efficient, changing energy usage behaviors, adopting renewable energy sources and even developing a school kitchen garden along side the orchard.  

Community CBS to Fund Community Renewables
We are soon to launch a Community Development Society to enable people in the community to invest in local renewable energy projects, starting with the village PV solar project. Please register your interest.

Forthcoming Events

  • Food – June & September
  • Waste and Recycling – July
  • Food – September
  • Energy – Autumn
  • Transport – Winter

Give & Take

Free community event at St John’s Church Hall, Hayfield

Bring what you don’t want and take what you do!
Give & Take day is the chance for you to pass on items you own, but no longer want, that are in good condition or good working order for others to reuse.
Give &Take days are also a great way to recycle and pick up something new. No money changes hands and lots of useful items are diverted from landfill.
Bring along something you don’t want

Friday 8th July 4-6pm,
Sat 9th July 10-11am, 4-5pm, 7-8pm

What can you give? Household items, sports gear, baby equipment, books, CDs DVDs, bric a brac, toys, children’s bikes, kitchenware, paint (reusable), plants, garden tools and equipment and even small electrical goods and furniture (side tables, shelves, cots etc).

Please do not give broken , hazardous or toxic items or second hand child car seats.

Take something you do want

Sunday July 10th 2011 11-4pm

What can you take? Anything you need. And you don’t have to give to take but please do try!
also Fun activities for children all ages, competitions, quizzes and displays.

Refreshments in Church in the afternoon and enjoy St John’s Flower Festival

For more information, please contact 01663 747560 or 07932117231

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