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The Chooseday Cafe

This café will draw people together from across the city to explore how Chooseday  might catch the public imagination. We need your ideas! Come and let’s build the biggest partnership that Bristol has ever seen.


Where: The Southville Centre, Beauley Road, Southville BS3 1QG


When: Thursday October 4th at 6.45pm for a buffet meal (multicultural, great food, vegan and other diets) 7.30pm for the conversation


Cost: £10 if you would like the meal, £3 if you are just coming to the conversation


Book:  by Sept 26th by going to make a booking (click on the tab right) or simply send an email to [email protected] saying whether or not you would like the meal and any special diets.

Or phone 0117 9574652 with the same information.


Pay:  on the night at the door.


More info: Explore the website www.chooseday.org or phone Chris Sunderland on 0117 9574652 or email  [email protected]


Delighting in the Care of Creation: Oct 13th 2007, The City Academy, Lawrence Hill, Bristol featuring Ann Pettifor, formerly of Jubilee 2000, now chief exec of Operation Noah, plus workshops by A Rocha, Esther de Waal and others covering lifestyle, buildings, local sustainability groups, deliberately engaging with Christian spirituality and big picture visions concerning climate change and the environment.This event has been designed by an interchurch group and is open to all. For more details including booking click on the tab to the right of this page entitled 'Delighting'.

Climate Change - a Global Injustice
Thursday, Oct 18th 6-9pm,
Broadmead Baptist Church, Union Street, Bristol BS1 3HY (near to Tesco Metro)

Rich countries are most responsible for climate change It is poor countries who will suffer the worst effects.

George Monbiot (journalist, campaigner and author of Heat - How to stop the planet burning) Andrew Simms of the New Economics Foundation Kate Raworth. - Senior Researcher, Oxfam Chaired by Vala Ragnarsdottir, Professor of Environmental Sustainability, Bristol University

A whole range campaigning organisations will be present and will take part in an action marketplace from 6-7pm followed by speakers, Q & A and debate between 7-9pm.

Tickets £2 (£1concessions) available from Oxfam Shop, Park Street, or click on 'Make a Booking' (tab right) or phone 0117 9574652 or [email protected] 0117 916 6473

This event is part of the Agora/COIN speaker series and is in partnership with Oxfam

This event takes place as the UK Climate Bill begins its passage through Parliament and in the run up to crucial International Climate talks in Bali in December - action now is vital!

A living democracy
Renewed corporate life
Transformed Education
Beliefs, values & commitments

More Information
 The Chooseday Cafe - poster
 Make a Booking

Climate change proverb - Live close to those you love

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