Great Green Bedwyn, a community climate action group, have teamed up with Great Bedwyn Primary School to organise a Green Fair, aiming to bring the community together around action on climate change and raise funds for the school. These funds will go towards an Eco-dome at the school – a new outdoor learning space for science.
An enjoyable and informative afternoon with something for all ages is planned, including:
- Green fun for children, with free art and science activities
- A talk about the plants and animals of the Bedwyn Brails*
- ‘Green Scene’ children’s drama workshop
- Children and staff sharing their plans for a greener school
- Information sharing from local green groups
- Green Homes and energy saving advice
- Local artist’s work for sale
- Pre-loved clothes, children’s books and toys
- Tasty food and drinks
Sylvia Wyatt from Great Green Bedwyn said ‘The Green Fair will be a great opportunity for children, families and everyone in the community to understand more about looking after the planet and get involved in doing something locally’.
* Bedwyn Brails: an area of ancient woodland – see earlier story in marlborough.news
About Great Green Bedwyn
Great Green Bedwyn is helping us understand what the climate emergency means for our community, share ideas about how to reduce our individual carbon footprints, and help us prioritise community actions to reduce carbon emissions. Great Green Bedwyn is funded by the National Lottery “Together for Our Planet” programme and supported by Great Bedwyn Parish Council.
Find out more about the Green Fair email email@example.com.
Click here to find out more and help fund the Eco-dome project at Great Bedwyn Primary School.