Climate change week

As a start to try to bridge the gap between rural and urban environments we are taking Woollenline, or at least some of the components of it to Bristol as part of a Climate change week event, come and join us to create

Climate Change Conversations @ Create Centre
Saturday 8th March 2014 12.00 – 4.00 pm

Explore climate questions, viewpoints & ideas with related  activities  for all the family.

Work alongside artists, architects, inventors, scientists and friends to build a cardboard city whilst exploring ideas to embrace climate change. Add your voice to those of the ‘gods’, people we hear everyday with their own particular take on the subject.

• Create woollen sausages to help repair a fire damaged peat bog in mountains of the Brecon  Beacons one place where water and carbon are naturally stored(see https://woollenline.wordpress.com/) ;
• explore ‘good bog , bad bog’ bags and hear what is happening on the devon moors from the Exmoor Mires Project ( see http://www.exmoor-nationalpark.gov.uk/environment/moorland/mire-project
• Meet Heulwen and Mr. Chips the sunshine electric van and biodiesel cars from  Talybont on Usk Car Club and explore low carbon transport with the Eco Travel Network www.ecotravelnetwork.co.uk

How to find us: The Create Centre is in one of the three large red brick warehouses in Cumberland Basin, halfway between Clifton Suspension Bridge and the SS Great Britain. Click here for map and travel info.

Arrive in a sustainable manner and enjoy a slice of cake! All donations for refreshments will go to current flood relief

For further information email artistseekingattention@hotmail.com

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