Our fabulous Green Fair is back this December! Everyone's favourite Winter Fair in Oxfordshire, where we meet friends, shop at festive and ethical stalls, eat delicious vegetarian and vegan food and meet local community & charity organisations. There will be interesting talks and varied music throughout the day too. Family friendly.
Volunteers & donations needed!
Food for the café: Vegetarian/vegan – home-made savoury quiches, salads or soups, or cakes/biscuits. Clearly labelled with a list of ingredients please.
Tombola prizes: small gifts – such as: pots of jam/pickle, nick-nacks, wine or chocolate, or anything else that would be a nice little prize.
Books: your unwanted books for our ‘Magic Book Stall’
Volunteers: if you could offer us an hour or two on the day, we have all sorts of jobs to do – from washing up, making drinks, serving food to being on the Green Party stall – it’s fun! If you would like to join in, please RSVP as above, or contact Jane Roberts firstname.lastname@example.org. If you’d like to contribute food for the café, it would be really helpful to know what you will bring.WHENDecember 01, 2019 at 10:30amWHEREOxford Town Hall
Oxford Town Hall
Oxford, Oxon OX1 1BX
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Mary Franklin donated 2015-04-06 07:54:23 +0100
Welcome to an Oxfordshire Green Party event. It costs us money to put on events. We have to pay for room hire, speakers' expenses and publicity.
- £3 pays for tea, coffee and biscuits for a day.
- £10 pays for an hour's room hire.
- £25 pays for hiring an IT suite for an hour.
- £50 pays for a return train ticket from Brighton to Oxford.
Please help us defray these costs by making a small donation, so that we can run more events.Donate
Mary Franklin, candidate for Bloxham and Bodicote
When my family was young, I was active in Oxford in a recycling group, low carbon scheme and community orchard. I joined the Green Party as the only political party with realistic solutions to our current challenges. The overriding challenge is climate change, which we have to tackle locally as well as globally. I strongly oppose fracking, for example, which would endanger our soil and water quality as well as pursuing fossil fuels rather than alternative energy sources. Instead, I would work to promote greater energy efficiency through better insulation, better bus services and boosting the local economy.