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I'm doing a move this Friday morning and I'm wondering if anyone has a trolley I could borrow? I would return it on the same day, an hour or two later.
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Imagine a Golden Lane Estate that was going to achieve Carbon Net Zero. Imagine a place that was green, resilient to climate change and really committed to recycling, waste reduction and conservation of energy. Imagine a place with lots of trees, new planting, and a real commitment to encouraging biodiversity.

In the middle of a climate emergency, it is important to imagine and then to act to bring about change.

The City of London launched its Climate Action Plan last year. This event which is organised by residents on Golden Lane Estate is designed to bring people together in a socially distanced conversation about how to make change happen right here.

Bring your ideas to create a better future for Golden Lane Estate. Join a conversation about how to reduce the carbon footprint on the Estate and how to make it a greener place to live.

Saturday 15th May
2-00pm to 4-00pm

  • A socially distanced open-air event
  • Under Crescent House by the tennis courts
  • Refreshments and stalls

Some ideas for change:

  • More trees
  • Recycling of more things
  • Repairing workshops
  • Better places to sit and talk
  • Local energy generation
  • Extra food growing places
  • Improvements to biodiversity
  • Less cutting of grass
  • Community laundries   
  • Gardening on balconies
  • The GAH roof is open with beehives
  • Drainage water collected for watering
  • Solar panels on the roofs
  • Better air quality
  • Bike maintenance workshops
  • Places for safe cycle storage
  • Workshops and clubs on climate emergency, recycling, and upcycling

 

Follow us on instagram #imaginegoldenlane or email: greengoldenlane@gmail.com

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