Tea, coffee, cake and displays 11am - 4pm each day.
Films, talks, workshops, music, poetry, shows and other events each afternoon and evening.
Keep and eye out for full details.
Join Trees for Wimborne this Thursday 27th April at Centaury Gardens, post code is BH21 4FQ at 6pm.
Find us by the big pile of woodchip and help us mulch our newly planted trees.
Have your say on proposed Planning Policy changes to address the climate and ecological emergency
Dorset Council has prepared three draft guidance documents to assist in addressing climate change through planning. The documents provide guidance on considering climate change when planning applications are being prepared and decided. The documents are:
8000 Disposable BBQs Dismantled!
On 20th April, 80 volunteers dismantled 8000 disposable BBQs in under 4 hours!
Friends of Wimborne Library invite you to find out about
Creating a Library of Things Why buy when you can borrow?
with Sarah Wise (Wimborne War on Waste)
Wimborne Library at 4 pm on Saturday April 22nd
Find out what a Library of Things is, with the example of Share Frome, and what plans there are for a Library of Things in Wimborne!
Refreshments. Families welcome. Free, donations to the Friends gratefully received.
During Sturminster Newton Literary Festival, Dorset-based wildlife and nature writer Brian Jackman talks about his observations of nature and his book Wild about Dorset.
Location: The Exchange Old Market Hill Sturminster Newton DT10 1FH
For further details. and to book tickets, see the Eventbrite link.
Save the date - still in the early stages of being organised.
Joint event being organised by Zero Carbon Dorset, Dorset Climate Action Network (DCAN) and Sustainable Dorset.
Dorset COP (Conference of the Parties) is Dorset’s very own opportunity for the community to have its say on the climate and ecological crises. By bringing together a wide cross section of community-based groups from across the county we hope to raise awareness of the need and desire to act locally, in a way that puts people at the heart of decisions and is socially just.
National Tree Week is the UK’s largest annual tree celebration. Each year, the country’s conservation sector, volunteer groups and tree-lovers come together to plant thousands of trees to mark the start of the tree planting season.
Looks at the problem of growing inequality and challenges in cities and human settlements.