Climate change is one of the most pressing issues facing our world today. Into Film will lead a short workshop for primary students (KS2), giving them the opportunity to: engage with climate-themed archive footage; see how attitudes towards climate change have shifted over the years; and learn how to tell their own climate stories through film.
Following the workshop we will screen Damon Gameau’s 2019 environmental film 2040 (rated PG). A thought-provoking and ultimately hopeful film about how we can all make a positive difference to the world in big and small ways.
Free for local Primary Schools – Advance booking required: call 01278 433187 or email email@example.com
Friday 30 September9:30 am
St John's Church, Church Fields, Wellington, Somerset, UK
Our Green Week comprises of 8 events throughout the week; community gardening sessions working on creating free food forests in public green spaces, two film events, a children’s workshop, an introduction to permaculture and a waste free market! Wellington is a thriving community with plenty of folks who care about the environment, if you’ve not met others of like mind yet, then do come along- it’ll be educational as well as fun!
Check out the individual listings for more info.
Transition Town Wellington’s Community Gardening Sessions
Saturday 24th September 10am Location; Fox’s Field
Wednesday 28th September 10am Location; Longacre
Friday 30th September 10am Location; Fox’s Field
For directions to each site use this link http://ttw.org.uk/directions
Saturday 24th September 10am-12pm
Botanical Kids Workshop- Into the Wild
Price:£15 (the link is right, as the date was postponed.)
Sunday 25th September 10am – 4pm- Permaculture for Beginners
Friday 30th September 9.30am 2040 and Archive Film Workshop
Location; St John’s Church.
This workshop and screening are available to KS2 schoolchildren, schools who would like to book seats should contact us directly by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 01278 433187.
Saturday 1st October 10am-3pm Waste-Free Living Market
Saturday 1st October 7-9.30pm. Green Film Night
Hosted by Transition Town Wellington
Venue: Alan Rogers Centre, Wellington School
Film: This Good Earth will be preceded by two short films also about food and sustainability:
Flying Over Fox’s Field by Jem McCluskey, Reflexeye Films
Eat up! Better living, less waste by Dan Edelstyn, Rapid Transition Alliance