There’s lots going on for LA21 in November – we really hope you’ll join us!
AGM and Surrey’s rivers
On Thursday 17 November, we’re holding the LA21 annual general meeting (AGM). Our guest speaker this year is Glen Skelton, RiverSearch Coordinator at Surrey Wildlife Trust. He will discuss the key challenges facing Surrey’s river network and how communities are working together to monitor and restore these important wildlife habitats.
It starts at 7pm, in the WWF-UK Living Planet Centre on Brewery Road (GU21 4LL). To find out more or to book a place, please email email@example.com or call 01483 755 855. Download the flyer here or join the Facebook event.
Film night: This Changes Everything
On Monday 21 November, we are delighted to present a showing of the film ‘This Changes Everything’.
Inspired by Naomi Klein’s international bestseller, ‘This Changes Everything’ was filmed over four years in five continents. The internationally acclaimed film is an epic attempt to re-imagine the vast challenge of climate change.
It starts at 7pm, in Woking Borough Council’s Chamber, Gloucester Square (GU21 6YL). To find out more or to book a place, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01483 755 855. Download the flyer here or join the Facebook event.
Millmoor Common project meeting
Are you interested in volunteering at Millmoor Common, helping to enhance natural habitats, biodiversity, and improve access for visitors? Come along to learn how you can get involved!
We’re meeting on Thursday 24 November at 7.30pm in Old Woking Community Centre, Sundridge Road (GU22 9AT). Download the flyer here.
Woking Biodiversity Project conservation days
The conservation volunteering at St John’s Lye continues with two more dates this month. Join us on Sunday 20 November and/or Wednesday 30 November. We’ll meet at 10am at the Memorial Hall. For more information please contact Woking.email@example.com.
In other news
Over at Woking Local Food (WoLF), we’ve been hearing about an initiative from local people to raise money for Woking and Sam Beare Hospice by donating surplus produce. Read more about it on the WoLF blog.