What's On? 2016 calendar .
- This page (Whatson) is still updated fortnightly, -though the rest of this website-CEL's Old Site has not been changed since July 2012.
- It has the same material as the Whats-on page on the New website.
- If you have a link, please link it to the New Whats-on Page.
- Past event calendars: 2016; 2015; 2014; 2013; 2012; 2011; 2010; 2009; 2008; 2007
First, a brief list of GC/CEL's own events:
Events highlighted in yellow are ones recently added.
2016: UN International Year of Pulses
||Politics, Power and ProtestAlan Storkey, Cat Thatcher, Gareth Jones, Alex Jones. Please book.
||10:00am -4:30pm in Holy Trinity and St George Parish Centre Kendal
Faith in the New Economics? with David Midgley and Jonathon Dawson from Schumacher College. The meeting will be chaired by Sr Margaret Atkins. booking form
||Christian Aid Week
||The Quiet Garden Movement’s Annual Gathering- Seeds Sown: the Quiet Garden Journey – at Totley Rise Methodist Church, 1 Grove Rd, Sheffield S17 4DJ – 10am for 10.30 start – 4pm There’ll be an opportunity to hear about, and visit, Totley Rise Quiet Garden. Workshops will be offered on Teilhard de Cardin’s journey in Christ (Revd Philip Roderick) and Finding our Quiet Spaces in Daily Life (Matt Freer). There will also be stories from Quiet Gardens and a chance to meet others interested in Quiet Gardens.All are welcome but pre-booking is essential please book online or download a flyer 01494 569057 email@example.com
||Visit to Ryton Organic Gardens, near Coventry -organised by Milton Keynes Christian Environment Group: Guided tour of the gardens, lunch in the vegetarian café, plus free time to look at the displays and visit the shop. Cost of tour and entry approx £10.00. We plan to travel in cars, leaving MK at 10.00am and arriving back by 4.00pm
Contact David Miller for further details and to book.
||Keasden, N Yorks
||Ecumenical Lambing Service, Wenningside Farm 7pm
||Illustrated talk: Flowers of MalhamTarn by Dr Judith Allinson,
Former tutor at Malham Tarn Field Centre - St John’s Methodist,
Church Hall, Settle BD24 9JH 7.30-9pm Adults £5 /child/stu £3 In Aid of Rainforest Fund
||30 Days Wild: Can you do something wild every day for 30 days in June?
|2 Jun 2016
||9.00am - 4.30pm Planning for Climate Change Conference
|4,5 June 2016
||Belper Goes Green event to be held on Sat 4th and Sun 5th June 2016. It would be great to have some Christian input at the event. This is the third event Transition Belper has hosted but would be the first with Christian input. I hope to be linking in with Hope for Belper and local churches and having a stall and/or activity. Hope you can join in too – please see website for details: http://transitionbelper.org
||Noddfa, Penmaen -mawr, N Wales
||Green Christian 2016 Retreat
||Wychling Church Kent
||The Community of St Margaret (COSM)
in the grounds adjacent to Wychling Church Kent, of:
Further details from Paula 01795 886165 or firstname.lastname@example.org
- building community
- exploring contemplative spirituality
- living together in an intentional Christian community
- sharing tasks
- supporting each other
- worshipping creatively and
- living lightly on Gods Earth.
||World Population Day
||Hayes Conf Centre, Derbyshire
||Justice, Power and Responsibility - How can democracy work for the common good? NJPN organised in partnership with NJPN Environment Group, Ekklesia, Together for the Common Good
|24-27 July 2016
||Third Annual Oxford Animal Ethics Summer School -
The Ethics of Eating Animals - at St Stephen’s House, OxfordThe Summer School is being organised by the Oxford Centre for Animal Ethics in partnership with the French animal society, One Voice.Papers are invited in English and French from academics world-wide on any aspect relating to the ethics of eating animals, including philosophical and religious ethics, historical, legal, psychological, scientific, and sociological perspectives. Potential topics include the morality of killing, the suffering of animals in food production, the portrayal of animals as meat, meat eating and climate change, the environmental impact of industrial farming, the utilisation of meat substitutes, in vitro meat and strategies for change.Abstracts of proposed contributions (no more than 300 words) should be sent (in English) to Clair Linzey via email: email@example.com and (in French) to Muriel Arnal via email: firstname.lastname@example.org. The deadline for abstracts is 1 January 2016. Accepted papers will be considered for publication in a subsequent book volume or in the Journal of Animal Ethics.The Oxford Centre for Animal Ethics was founded in 2006 and pioneers ethical perspectives on animals through academic research, teaching, and publication.St Stephen’s House is an Anglican Theological College and a Hall of the University of Oxford.Further information about the Oxford Centre for Animal Ethics and the Summer School can be found at www.oxfordanimalethics.com. And more information about One Voice can be found at http://www.one-voice.fr/
||Ecumenical Animal Welfare Retreat, Charney Manor, Oxfordshire
Other Events Calendars:
projectbritain.com/specialdays/apr.htm - awareness raising days
www.projectbritain.com/calendar/april.html -pictorial fact of the day
www.tfw.org.uk transport event links
www.educationscotland.gov.uk/resources/r/resourcecalendar/may.asp good links