Issue 15 – 27 October 2021
COP26, Glasgow 31 October – 12 November: Uniting the World to Tackle Climate Change – How Will Kent Respond?
COP26 opens in Glasgow on 31 October, if you have something that you’d like to say about the Climate Crisis, we’d love to hear from you.
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CANTERBURY CLIMATE ACTION WEEK
Thursday 28 October: Education and Schools Day (Canterbury College, University of Kent, Canterbury Christ Church University; venues tbc)
Friday 29 October: Public Rally & Closing Ceremony: (Westgate Hall; 9.30am)
For more updated information/venues see www.ccap.org.uk
Bonfire Night Special: KENT Rises To CLIMATE Challenge to Call for Climate Justice from COP26
Friday 5 November, 3.30 pm – 5.30 pm: 3 Family-Friendly Climate Gatherings
- Dover – at Pencester Gardens
- Deal – outside the Railway Station
- Sandwich – outside the Railway Station
- Medway: Friday 5 November, 4.00 pm early gathering at points for a rally in Chatham Town Centre
- Gillingham: at the War Memorial next to Medway Park Leisure Centre Car Park
- and Rochester: in the High Street by the Blue Boar Car Park
- Canterbury: Friday 5 November, 4.30 pm at Whitefriars to walk to Beacon at Toddlers Cove, lit by electric torches.