Spring update from Woking Local Action 21

Incredible Edible Woking

Incredible Edible Knaphill is now Incredible Edible Woking! We’ve had interest and action in other parts of Woking, including Old Woking and York Road so we’ve brought them all together under one banner.

A site meet up is planned for a brand new plot of land at Rydens Way, Old Woking on Saturday 15 April 2017, between 10.30am and 11.30am. The group will begin to construct flower beds. Woking Borough Council has kindly issued a press release on the project – do please share it with anyone you think might be interested and please come and join us!

Thank you to Woking News and Mail for this lovely article on the Incredible Edible Woking project. The open evening mentioned in the article is ‘Green Drinks Woking’, which is held at the Nags Head Inn in Guildford Road, Knaphill, on the first Thursday of each month, to share members’ interest in sustainability and to discuss new projects. To find out more visit the Green Drinks Woking Facebook page or email ed.incred.knaphill@gmx.com.

Woking Biodiversity Partnership

The great active conservation work being done by volunteers as part of the Woking Biodiversity Partnership (WBP) continues throughout the year. The next phase of the work is summarised in this post on the WBP blog, St Johns Lye Work Programme April – Sept 2017.

There are regular volunteer work days, both during the week and at weekends. If you would like to get involved, please email woking.biodiversity@outlook.com.

Active Hope workshop

Ever feel a bit overwhelmed by the task of creating thriving communities and protecting our beautiful planet? Joanna Al-Zuhairi is running a workshop entitled, ‘Active Hope: How to face the mess we’re in without going crazy’, based on the work of eco-philosopher Joanna Macy and we are all invited.

The workshop is running on Saturday 8 April 2017 in Compton, near Guildford. Download the invitation (PDF) for more information or contact Joanna (joanna@naturelax.co.uk or 07867 803 871).

Beautiful blossom in Horsell, Woking.

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