|16 July 2015|
|7:30 pm||to||9:30 pm|
The Centre at St Paul’s (lower Hall)
Hills Rd, CB2 1JP
All welcome to come and hear CCF’s inside story, ask questions and give us your feedback.
Do come along for:
- a brief formal AGM, with a chance to vote on CCF Trustees and other resolutions*
- an update on CCF’s 2014 work and finances and future plans and new directions
- participation in further improving our plans and ways of working
* to vote at the AGM you need to be a Member of CCF Ltd: Applications welcome.
The formal Agenda will be circulated to Members and posted here in advance.
With your help, we want to accelerate the low-carbon society in the Cambridge area.
|25 July 2015|
|1:00 pm||to||3:00 pm|
St Andrews Street Baptist Church,
43 St Andrew’s Street, CB2 3AR
CCF are partnering with Cambridge BID to bring Cambridge its very own Clothes Swap Party. Bring your unloved garments and swap them for some pre-loved treasures on Saturday 25th July. Bring your items in at 1pm and enjoy tea and cake whilst a team organises a swapping bonanza that kicks off at 1.30pm.
1.00pm: Drop off your clothes, shoes, accessories
1.30pm: The swap shop opens and ends at 3pm
Entry is free – though donations are very welcome. This event is a fundraiser for Cambridge Carbon Footprint. All excess goods will be donated to charity.
No booking required.
|19 September 2015 9:00 am||to||27 September 2015 5:00 pm|
On Saturday 19th and Sunday 27th September 2015 up to 18 exciting low-energy homes, both new-build and retro-fit, will be open to the public for Open Eco Homes. Householders will show and explain the energy-saving features of their homes – the pros and cons and how to get the best out of them to save on energy bills and carbon emissions. Continue reading
|27 October 2015|
|7:30 pm||to||9:30 pm|
Friends Meeting House
Jesus Lane, CB4 8BA
Many of us are aware of climate change and the need to act on it, but are confused about what that might involve. Discussing these issues with others can be enlightening and empowering. What choices are high- and low-carbon? What power do we as individuals have to make them in our own lives and what resistances may we meet? Would a low-carbon future be off-putting or might it be rich and rewarding? This workshop with Cambridge Carbon Footprint offers a chance to consider these intriguing questions.
Free event. To book email email@example.com.