Celia Kerslake

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  • rsvped for Green Gathering 2018 2018-07-16 12:32:13 +0100

    The Green Gathering 2018

    Come to the 2018 Oxfordshire Green Gathering! 

    Oxfordshire Green Party’s annual get-together this year is on Saturday September 29th from 10.30am to 3.45pm at the Scout Hall, Back Lane, Eynsham, OX29 4QP.

    It is an excellent chance to meet fellow party members in a relaxing and social environment!

    The day’s programme includes:

    • Short talks on interesting  subjects:
      • Addressing UK Food Poverty: Witney and West Oxfordshire Food Bank”, by Erik Nielson, WWOFB
      • Challenging housing growth in Oxfordshire: the situation in Eynsham”, by Angie Titchen, Eynsham Planning Improvement Campaign
      • Sewage Pollution of rivers: the case of the River Windrush”, by Ashley Smith, Windrush against Sewage Pollution
      • "The Green Party's Holistic Review" by Liz Reason, Chair of the Green Party of England and Wales
    • 5 Minute “Did you know” slots 
    • World Cafe discussion on topics that you choose
    • Opportunities to meet and chat with like-minded people!
    • Celebration of activities and deeds

    Click here for the full agenda with directions on how to get to the venue.

    Please RSVP if you are interested in coming, so we know you are coming!

    Celebration of activities and deeds

    Do you think someone or a team has done something that’s worth shouting about? If yes, please do make a nomination so we can praise their efforts and achievements!  It’s easy to nominate - just fill in this form.

    The categories are:

    • People’s choice (you get to suggest a category and a winner - as funny or as serious as you like)
    • Canvassing effort – by a group or individual
    • Leafleting effort - by a group or individual.
    • Outstanding contribution in the past 12 months (for a party or individual)
    • Innovation (any idea or strategy that everyone needs to steal from you...)
    • Working together (best example of team work by a group of individuals)
    • Best local issue campaign

    If you know of someone worthy, please do take the time to make a nomination.  Everyone always appreciated being noticed by someone, and receive credit for the effort put in!  Let's celebrate the actions and work that we do to try and make our world a better place.

    WHEN
    September 29, 2018 at 10:30am
    WHERE
    Scout Hall
    Back Lane
    Eynsham, Oxfordshire OX29 4QP
    United Kingdom
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  • donated 2018-09-07 13:43:15 +0100

    Regular donation

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    Thanks for coming to the donations page for our Greener Growth for Oxfordshire campaign! Please think about giving something on a regular basis; this will help us to achieve our aim of running an office as well as paying staff to help our local groups, and supporting our target campaigns.

    We know what a difference it makes to have a place where people can call in and find out what’s going on and how to help. Thanks to a one-off national donation, we were able to hire a campaign manager and volunteer co-ordinator for the general election campaign in Oxford East. This made a great difference to the organisation of the campaign. It was the best general election campaign we had ever had, getting 11.6% of the vote, five times what we did in 2010!

    We now need to get more people donating each month, so we can build on our surge of new members and activists. Please chip in whatever you can.

    You can donate via paypal using the link below or by standing order.

    If your monthly donation is:

    • £50  -  it pays a month’s office rent
    • £10  -  it pays for 1 hour per month of staff time
    • £5  -  it pays for 100 people a month to hear from us directly, in areas where it counts the most

    You can read full details of our fundraising campaign at Greener Growth for Oxfordshire.

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Retired university teacher in Turkish studies, Oxford University