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MEETINGS

FRIENDS OF THE EARTH CHELTENHAM group holds meeting always twice a month.

1st Monday of each month @ 7:30pm at The Swan - 1 h of general meeting followed by a pub quiz.

Last Thursday of each month @ 7pm at The Swan's Garden Function Room - a film night.

 

You are always very welcome to join us and we are happy to see new faces.

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BUSY BEE KIDS' FANCY DRESS - 28TH NOVEMBER 2015, 1pm-4pm @ THE SWAN

We are so excited to invite all the little ones out there to our next Friends of the Earth event, this time in partnership with Global Footsteps.

We are planning a fun-filled afternoon bringing the story of our bees to life through wondrous tales from the very entertaining and talented John Row, creative arts and crafts events and then a special guest appearance by Beatrice the Bee.

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31 OCTOBER 2015 VEGAN FAIR

CHELTENHAM FRIENDS OF THE EARTH is going to be present at:

Cheltenham Vegan Fair @

St. Andrews Church, Montpellier Street

GL50 1 Cheltenham, Gloucestershire

This event will be family friendly, with stalls, talks, food and a children's corner :)

HOPE TO SEE YOU THERE!

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Volunteer role: Local Group Coordinator

Do you live in Gloucestershire?

Are you passionate about environmental issues and do you like to work closely with a team of like-minded people?

Are you looking for a challenging, interesting and fun voluntary role and do you have some spare time each week?

Then you’re just what we’re looking for!

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Social Meet-Up and Flooding Update - 13 Aug 2014

Join us for an informal Social Meet-Up at 7.30pm on Wednesday 13th August at Copa of Cheltenham. This month we have a Flooding Update from Guy Shrubsole, Climate and Energy campaigner at Friends of the Earth.

We will be meeting upstairs at Copa, which is at 66 Regent Street, Cheltenham, GL50 1HA.

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Cake Competition - March 2014

Friends of the Earth Cheltenham, Transition Town Cheltenham, and Global Footsteps joined forces to mark Climate Week and Fairtrade fortnight, with a cake competition.

Three classes of cake could be entered, the least travelled cake, the most fairtrade cake and the best cake decoration depicting climate change.

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