Chailey Commons Society 50th anniversary celebration… Displays etc. Would be great to see you at Chailey Village Hall this Saturday (27th) if you are able to make it. I’ll be there with the Sussex Pony Grazing and Conservation Trust display.
Drop by any time from 11am to 4pm….
I am assured there will be an amazing array of cakes to choose from!
Played my part in the Peoples Climate March in London on Sunday – one of the 40,000 other like-minded people who gave up their time for the Earth.
Yes, a good day had – so pleased I supported it. Arr in London early – 10-15 and eventually wandered into Temple Place and thought ‘oh dear, very few people!’ But during the final hour of assembly, where did they all appear from!!!
Join in on the next on March 7 2015!
Though not a reader of environmental campaigner George Monbiot, honorary president of the ‘Campaign against Climate Change,’ I thought these two quotes attributed to him sum up the current position and what the ‘man on the street’ can do to get politicians collectively to pull their fingers out and take serious action to save Earth from catastrophe… Join the march in London this Sunday, September 21st!!
“Climate change is perhaps the gravest calamity our species has ever encountered. Its impact dwarfs that of any war, any plague, any famine we have confronted so far. It makes genocide and ethnic cleansing look like sideshows at the circus of human suffering.”
“We need to put climate change right at the top of the political agenda — it is by far the biggest threat to humanity. We have to turn this into the primary political campaign. That means keeping on the streets, keeping up the demonstrations and putting an enormous amount of pressure on our politicians.”