Tags: CK Futures
Visit the Repair Cafe in Cheltenham on the 1st Saturday of the month if you have household items which need to be repaired!
Gloucestershire Recycles are running a campaign in March to promote how and where you can repair in Gloucestershire. The campaign will focus on furniture, household items, bicycles, electricals and clothing.
If everyone in Gloucestershire repairs one item we could save 600,000 items from being wasted, that's 125 lorries worth of recycling!
Posted: Tue, 01 Mar 2022 08:00 by Community Development Officer
Would you like to know more about Cheltenham Borough Council's plan to achieve Net Zero by 2030?Book your free ticket https://bit.ly/3sbeMauCouncillor Max Wilkinson, Cabinet Member for the Climate Emergency will be joining us on Wednesday 23rd February (7pm) in the Stanton Hall, Charlton Kings, to talk us through the council's new Climate Emergency Action Plan.In the FREE talk, he will summarise the... Read More »
Posted: Wed, 16 Feb 2022 15:37 by Community Development Officer
Growing your own food can reduce #foodwaste.
If you don't have the space to grow food at home or have limited time, why not get involved with the #CharltonKings #Community #Allotment
Growing fruit and vegetables at home is a great way of reducing the environmental impact of the food we eat. It eliminates the need for transport and packaging... Read More »
Posted: Wed, 16 Feb 2022 15:20 by Community Development Officer
Posted on behalf of the team behind "From the Ground Up"
CK Futures will be participating alongside community groups but this is not a Charlton Kings Parish Council event.
- Entirely Free event from 10.00 am - 4.00pm
- Community led
- 18 unique talks
- Diverse participation from community groups to national organisations and pioneering businesses
- Inspiring Community Hub
- Mouth watering vegan food
- Children's art exhibition... Read More »
Posted: Mon, 07 Feb 2022 10:17 by Community Development Officer
Free Sustainable Living Workshops in Charlton Kings starting Wednesday 2nd February - limited places remaining
CK Futures is sponsoring the Sustainable Living Workshop which is running at Community Hub at FRONT, 197 London Road, Charlton Kings.
The first session is on Wednesday 2nd February and the workshops will run on the first Wednesday of the month for 6 months.
There will be a different topic discussed at each session; from eating more environmentally friendly food and gardening in a sustainable way, to... Read More »
Posted: Thu, 27 Jan 2022 17:00 by Community Development Officer
On Saturday 27th November at 2.00pm, please meet by the car parking area on Newcourt Road for a tree walk around Newcourt Green. We will launch our new self-guided tree trail leaflet that shows the wonderful variety of trees to be found there and how to identify them. The leaflet has been produced in partnership with Cheltenham Borough Council's Senior Trees Officer (who will lead the walk) and with... Read More »
Posted: Fri, 26 Nov 2021 11:00 by Community Development Officer
On Saturday 13th November eleven volunteers from Charlton Kings in Bloom worked tirelessly to clear and replant the borders of the precinct behind the rill. John Coates and Michelle Kirby led the project, John having designed the planting and bought the plants beforehand.
This was a significant project and required tremendous effort from all the volunteers. The first task was to clear the site and prune... Read More »
Posted: Thu, 25 Nov 2021 17:44 by Community Development Officer
From Gloucestershire to Glasgow and back again. Three local residents who attended COP26 returned from the world's "greatest climate conference" last week to share their experiences at a special behind-the-scenes event in Charlton Kings last night.
CK Futures wants to thank Patricia Thornley - Director of EBRI (Energy & Bioproducts Research Institute) at Aston University, Isabella Kaminski - freelance... Read More »
Posted: Thu, 18 Nov 2021 18:00 by Community Development Officer
COP26 is the biggest summit the UK has ever hosted, and has been described as the most significant climate event since the 2015 Paris Agreement.
But beyond the big announcements, press coverage and world leader photo opportunities, what is it like to be at COP26? And how does what happens there help us to take action in our community?
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Posted: Wed, 03 Nov 2021 14:39 by Helen Johnston
Join us for our next CK Futures talk on Wednesday 27th October at 7pm at the Stanton Hall in Charlton Kings.
Our guest speaker this time will be Eoin McQuone, the Founder and Chief Climate Coach of "Go Climate Positive", a carbon certification programme for SMEs based in Cheltenham.
Eoin will explain how smaller businesses can get a grip on their carbon footprint, and communicate that in an open and... Read More »
Posted: Tue, 12 Oct 2021 12:17 by Joanna Noles