Forthcoming events: (Don’t forget our regular monthly events listed below too)
Sunday 21 May 2017, 14.00-17.00pm: Food Forage in Wilmslow! The Carrs Car Park, Cliff Road, Wilmslow, SK9 4AA
Join Transition Wilmslow on a Food Foraging afternoon in Wilmslow! Led by James Wood, from totallywilduk.co.uk, expert forager and cook, we will take a walk through the wilder parts of Wilmslow and look for plants we can make tea with, flavour drinks with and cook with. All welcome, dress for the weather, and bring a basket or bag for what you collect. Adults £20, accompanied children free, pre booking essential through Eventbrite: here
Saturday 24 June 2017, 10.00-13.00: The Other Side of Lindow Moss. Car Park, Plough and Flail, WA16 7DB.
A repeat of last year’s successful walk! The walk will involve discussion as we go, about the history, archeology and flora and fauna of this unique landscape. It will include a visit to the historic and very evocative Quaker graveyard. Please dress for the weather (it may be muddy and you will definitely need boots) and bring water, suncream (ever optimistic) and any refreshments you may need. No charge, but a donation of £2 or so to cover our expenses would be much appreciated. Please register with Eventbrite here (no fee)
Saturday 24 June 2017, 9.30-17.00. Community Energy Conference 2017. Reynold Building, Manchester University, Altrincham Street, M1 7JA
The Community Energy Conference, sponsored by Co-op Energy and jointly hosted with CEE is now in its fifth year. The conference has been titled ‘Powering Together – taking control of the energy revolution‘ and will be the largest gathering of community energy practitioners this year.
To attend, please register for your free ticket here. Refreshments and lunch will be provided.
Saturday 4 November 2017: A mushroom day with James Wood: save the date!