Green goods and climate advice on offer at Spring Fair

By on 07/03/2012 in News

National ‘Climate Week’ is Britain's biggest climate change campaign, inspiring a new wave of action to create a sustainable future. To celebrate this event Birmingham will be holding a Sustainability Spring Fair event, between 10am-5pm in Victoria Square.

Shoppers in Birmingham are being invited to buy 'green' goods and learn more about what they can do to help save the planet at a special Spring Fair.

The free event in Victoria and Chamberlain Squares, will see visitors able to buy a wide range of ethical, green and fair-trade goods.

Special music, entertainment performed on a biodiesel stage sponsored by the Co-op and children's workshops in the ‘Aladdin’s Cave’ will also be held throughout the day, including a performance from the Riverside Theatrical Company of 'Blood, Sweat and Chocolate'. While local residents will be able to get free energy advice and make individual pledges to their bit to cut carbon the Birmingham Energy Savers tent sponsored by Eon/Amey plc.

Visit the ethical market hosted by Fairtrade Association Birmingham and receive information on tree planting and vegenatble growing will be available, while a special exhibition of photographer by Jir Rezac, hosted by The Co-operative Membership , will explore the impact of tar sands on North America's boreal forest.

For more information see the flyer below or call 0121 464 9166


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