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Climate Action Lewisham

Thursday 28th July from 8pm

London City Airport have launched a consultation on extending flying hours. This needs a large number of robust responses. With the Elizabeth line making access to Heathrow a whole lot easier and the climate emergency, their reason for being there, and flying over our heads late at night and early in the morning, is weakening. Join their online meeting with Tim Walker, of HACAN East. Tim has campaigned for rights to health and peace for SE London for many years, and he's been successful in raising the issue of illegal noise and inconvenience. Join us on 28 July, at 8pm to learn more about it, and learn how to make the most effective submission to LCA about their plans.


Greenwich Climate Network - Open Meeting

Join us on Google meet to find out more about the network, ask about upcoming local events, get involved in Greenwich projects of find local volunteering opportunities. There are lots of consultations from Woolwich town centre to City Airport and we need to let the new leadership team know that we want more from the Net Zero plan.

Next date in August - TBC

Silvertown Tunnel event at City Hall: Hosted by Green Assembly members.

Children, parents and guardians event: Thursday 11 Aug 2022 09:30-11.30

What would you put in a giant tunnel under the Thames? Use your creativity and join us for a breakfast session to reimagine the Silvertown Road Tunnel as a space for good, green, clean transport. (Or something else entirely!)

 The Mayor of London has refused to cancel the Silvertown Road Tunnel, and now the digging machines are starting to dig.


 You can’t reverse a giant tunnel boring machine – they have to go all the way through to the other side, so whatever happens next, we’re getting at least one new tunnel under the Thames.

BUT, there are many better ways to use a tunnel like this than for a big, polluting road!

Green Assembly Member, Sian Berry, is hosting a day of workshops on 11 August 2022 to reimagine London's biggest infrastructure project and come up with better ideas, starting with a session exclusively for children and families.

Parents and guardians are invited to register for our practical and interactive morning workshop at the brand new City Hall. With your children, you’ll be able to use our scale model and materials to design better uses for the long, 12-metre wide space under the river.


Could it hold a new train or tram, become a vast cycling and walking space, or could it host the world's longest swimming lane, bat sanctuary, ice rink or adventure playground?


Let your imaginations run wild, with juice and breakfast snacks provided, plus coffee and tea for parents and guardians.

Register your interest here and a link to sign up to the event will follow - places are very limited.


City Hall is a fully accessible building near the ExCeL Centre, you can reach it from the DLR station Royal Victoria (has lifts), Elizabeth Line Custom House (lifts and 15 minute walk), or the cable car (bikes free before 9.30am).

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Clothes Swap Event

Friday 12th Aug from 6:30pm

Donate good condition clothes and

accessories, pick up new to you items

for £1. Drop off Terracycle packaging

and support Mamma Kind.

Bar will be open till 8pm.

Shrewsbury House Community Centre, Bushmoor Crescent, Shooters Hill, SE18.


Rumble in the Jumble

Saturday 13th Aug from 10-4pm 

Pre loved, recycled, up cycled and sustainable crafts and workshops. Come and support local businesses.

Bar will be open till 8pm.

Shrewsbury House Community Centre, Bushmoor Crescent, Shooters Hill, SE18.

XR Greenwich 

Talk: Look Up, Step Up

In Woolwich/Greenwich

Part of project 3.5, this talk looks at why we're in big trouble with the climate and ecology, why traditional methods are not helping, and how with 3.5% of the population, we could turn things around. 

Date TBC

6:30 for 7pm - Tramshed, in Woolwich

We are also looking for volunteers to help us canvas the area to inform residents about this talk and any follow-up. 

There's a role for everyone, so please join us and share the info with neighbours and friends.


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