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Annual Compassionate Derby event. Vegans and organizations connected with animal welfare

Ann R Parker reflects after a meeting organised by Compassionate Derby

St Peter’s Church in the centre of Derby, has had the space to expand into modern community facilities as well as replacing its pews with chairs. On Saturday November 28th these chairs were all stacked up to leave room for stalls for Compassionate Derby.

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PRESS RELEASE : Nisa supermarket makes surprise donation to Green Christian

North East London-based charity Green Christian has been offered a significant donation by the NISA supermarket in Highams Park under their “Making a Difference Locally” scheme, which earmarks a proportion of sales for good causes. Green Christian is an educational charity helping to bring people of faith together to work on environmental projects,

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A Forest Church Workshop

Judith Allinson attended a Forest Church workshop in October, held in Skipton, run by Bruce Stanley,  for people interested in either running a Forest Chuforest-church-small-21rch event or finding out more. She writes: 

Maybe you, like me, have done some “Forest Church type activities”

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More than enough : Phil Kingston : One World Week 2013

This is the text of a talk given by member Phil Kingston at Llanishen, Cardiff churches in One World Week 2013.

More than enough

Many of you will remember the Rich World/Poor World meals which we had some 15 years ago. The focus then was upon the enormous inequality between rich and poor.

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Top Tips for Green Lent Resources

Here are ideas sent in of Green resources useful for Lent.

1. Seven Weeks for Water
The Ecumenical Water Network invites you to use this season of Lent to reflect on how we can be better stewards of God’s Creation and live out God’s love in how we relate to others.

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Just Food – Local Food – Session 1

The group offered examples of local food projects they were involved in

  • A Community Orchard in Bognor
  • An Urban Farm, with young people’s involvement in Milton Keynes.
  • Edible Landscapes London, growing plants to give to local growing projects, running Permaculture and Forest Gardening courses,

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Just Food – Organic Food – Session 1

The following notes were written up by Clare Redfern based on the first Organic Food breakout session at the ecocell “Just Food” workshop held on Saturday 18th January 2014 at St George’s Church, Bloomsbury

The group was facilitated by Diane Harrison.

Growing food organically

We mainly helped each other with some of the practical aspects of growing food organically such as:

SLUGS and how to deal with them:


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Just Food – Animal-Friendly and Fairly Traded Food – Session 1

This is a summary of the first session on Animal-Friendly and Fairly Traded Food at the CEL ecocell workshop “Just Food”, held on 18th January 2014 at St George’s Church, Bloomsbury.

[ The note taker was Peter Grimwood. ]

The key concept is “commodification”;

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