Saturday 17 September: Sustainable High Road will look at greening ideas and ways to improve sustainability in East Finchley. A mixture of stalls and activities will be sited next to Budgens and Amy’s, all devoted to the theme of the day – sustainability.
Alongside what is already being done by traders and locals such as recycling, re-use and repair plus reducing packaging and plastics, there will be a focus on renewable energy, pollution reduction and promoting green spaces.
- Barnet Cyclists
- Bee Conservation Trust
- Bin There Donate That – recycling project
- East Finchley Festival CIC – East Finchley-themed cotton shopping bags
- Friends of the Earth
- Junk modelling for kids with Ceci Mont
- Knitwear for Age UK
- Martin Primary School
- Miel de Lucie – N2 honey, sold in aid of Finchley Food Bank
- Mighteefit – gym
- Mills Power Architects
- Planet Pallet – upcycled pallet furniture
- Power for People – clean energy campaigners
- Rewild My Street
- Sebastien Durand – vegan chef
- Taiji – Tai Chi with James Drewe
- The People’s Pantry – zero waste mobile store
- The Pollinator Project – featuring Roger’s Apple Press
The Town Team will have an information point advising on a range of topics including possible improvements to the High Road.
A special screening of the film 2040 will be shown at The Phoenix Cinema at 4.30pm on Sunday 18th September.
To get involved with this and future events, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org