PACT organised a series of events during climate week reaching local residents of all ages!

Over a hundred people turned up to participate in the Get Warm Stay Warm Event which was a great success. The stalls provided a range of information which raised awareness of fuel poverty focusing on keeping warm,saving money,reducing bills and lots more to all.

National Energy Action, Age UKgroundwork, green&castleharingey council, hackney shine were just a few of the organisations that took part .

Members of Friends of Woodberry Down came along to be part of the event and to find out simple measures they could take in their homes to help combat Climate Change.

Little ones from the local Twinkle Stars Day Nursery came along with parents and carers to enjoy  interactive and fun ways to learn about climate change through craft activities, story telling in the library and a ‘meet the worm’ activity. eco-ACTIVE. gave them a chance to hold the little wiggly worms and find out about how they enhance the soil.
Older children from local primary schools came along to play eco-games and became eco-detectives in a game where they learnt how to become an active recycler.

A climate awareness talk by Ada from the local Castle Climing Centre on sustainable food was given to attendees which gave the listeners a chance to have an informative chat. All were inspired to continue all to continue to make food decisions based on sustainable principles which could be done cheaply and easily.

A Free PACT meal was provided by Well London and the community centre was buzzing with lots of people who really benefited from all the information, everyone really enjoyed the event.

This event was funded by Manor House PACT and green&castle.