Bolton Friends of the Earth
We are a long established group of 6-8 members working mainly on national Friends of the Earth campaigns. We have stalls, lobby our MPs, hold fund raising events and occasional social events. We meet on the fourth Wednesday in the month (but not December) at 8.00pm, at the Friends Meeting House, Silverwell St, Bolton. Meeting dates may change please check (contact details below).
Please contact: Elizabeth Shepherd, 21 Anfield Road, Bolton, BL3 3DA. Tel: 01204 650586. Email: email@example.com for more information.
Listed below are environment-related actions, events and news for the Bolton area.
We’re looking to plant, stake and mulch 16 fruit trees and add to those planted last winter. The remaining fruit trees will be planted with primary school children shortly afterwards.
Bolton are coming to PNR, with speakers, music, food, banners, drums and more. to be part of it – get in touch and also to find out about lift sharing – pm us or post in the event or our … Continue reading
Next meeting Tuesday 25th September. We will again be joined by a colleague from Fossil Free GM. Our main Agenda Items will be:
Join us to find out the latest news on the anti-fracking campaign and how you can help stop fracking in Greater Manchester, Lancashire, and across the UK.
The University of Salford and British Cycling invite you to take part in an online survey on cycling and bike share in Greater Manchester.
Week Eleven, 11th – 15th June: Green Party Week… like conference but with free camping in a field with music, food and solidarity that will take us to the gates of the fracking site each day for events and actions … Continue reading
Starts at 10.30, be there earlier…Cuadrilla are seeking to extend their injunction at the Preston New Road site – to include the supply chain, roadside, outside the gates, for example prohibiting lock ons and any disruption for suppliers.
This month’s open meeting has a sustainable energy theme, with information on where our energy comes from, tips on how to save energy and switch to a green supplier, and a chance to find out what you can do to … Continue reading