St Werburghs Green Feast

Thanks for coming to Green Feast July 2023

Thank you to everyone who came along to our second Green Feast and Positive Climate Action event in July 2023. We loved hearing everyone’s ideas for individual and community climate actions. There was so much passion and enthusiasm in the room!

We enjoyed hosting We the Curious and Centre for Sustainable Energy who shared resources that engaged adults and kids in climate action in a fun, approachable way. And a huge thank you to Quartet Community Foundation and Bristol City Council for supporting our Green Feast events this year.

Last but not least, big thanks to Neck of the Woods Cafe for cooking up a healthy, tasty vegan feast for our guests.

You can find out more in our latest blog:

Thanks for coming to our first Green Feast!

On Friday 3rd March 2023 we welcomed the local community to the Centre for our Green Feast & Positive Climate Action event. The afternoon included a free vegetarian meal and family activities.

It was a pleasure to bring such a diverse group together to share knowledge and talk about how we as a community can focus on solutions, pledges, small goals and behavioural changes we can all make.

We are grateful to our event contributors and partners: St Werburghs Primary school, Green Families Group, St Werburghs City Farm, Bristol Energy Network, Bristol Waste, UWE College of Arts, Technology & Environment, Mary-Rose Clark Counselling, Three Birds One Stone – what a wonderful collaboration – Thank You!

We the Curious ran activities to engage children while adults had an opportunity to chat with stallholders about transport, waste, food, goods and services, money and eco anxiety.

Local residents talked the issue of bus services being cut (e.g. the 47), leaving residents in St Werburgh’s without access to public transport, concerns around road safety during school drop off and pick up times, successes of pupils talking to the Bristol Mayor and ideas for overcoming eco anxiety through Climate Cafe and community places to talk. There was a lot of passion, enthusiasm and appetite to do more!

“It was a lovely event and the food was delicious!”

“Loved Ella’s cooking yesterday.”

Green Pledges from our community

Our first Green Feast, kindly funded by Quartet Community Foundation and Bristol City Council took place in March 2023. It was an opportunity to bring together people in our local community to think about environmental action at a local level. We asked the visitors to make small eco pledges which we then projected up onto a huge screen whilst we all enjoyed a delicious vegan meal. The pledges made for a great prompt when discussing what the future could look like. We were particularly thrilled that so many children got involved with making pledges and we’re looking forward to finding out how they got on at our next Green Feast event later this year.

You can see all the guest’s pledges here on our Green Feast 2023 Pledges page.

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Green Feast, Summer 2023

We would love to invite you to our next Green Feast and Positive Climate Action event on Friday 14th July 2023 from 3.30pm to 7 pm.

The link to the tickets is below. The event is FREE to all but places are limited.

We The Curious will provide activities for kids, after which a film and pizzas will keep them happy in the main hall (parental/adult supervision is required at all times.) Another room will be set up with tables and themes for discussion, and Neck of the Woods Café will serve an tasty vegan buffet. Themes we will be looking at are:

  • Travel – Transport – Walkability
  • Food – Diet
  • Goods – Services
  • Waste – Recycling
  • Eco Anxiety – Climate Cafe
  • Money – advice, debt, saving & investing

The Centre for Sustainable Energy will have a stand all about energy with information, resources and games all to help you reduce your energy use to save you money off your bills and cut down on carbon emissions. They will also have an activity to start conversations about community energy initiative ideas for St Werburghs.

If you have any queries, please email We look forward to seeing at the event!

Green Feast & Positive Climate Action event.

Join us for a Green Feast and positive climate action event on Friday 3rd March 2023 from 3.30pm to 8 pm. The event includes a FREE low carbon meal and family fun!

Enjoy a delicious vegetarian meal with your community and learn about small steps we can take to tackle climate change in a fun, engaging way where everyone is welcomed. Plus you can help us celebrate the launch of our crowdfund campaign!

The event is free but booking is required via TicketTailor.

The aim is to enable the community to come together:

  • to share knowledge and small steps everyone can take to tackle climate change, focusing on low carbon food, peer learning in a fun, engaging way where everyone is welcomed.
  • to offer activities for all ages making climate action playful and stepping away from anxiety inducing seriousness.
  • to start on investigating our neighbourhood’s ‘walkability’ which impacts transport modes and choices.

There is a noticeable climate action anxiety in our community and we are aiming to host the event in fun and relaxed way. We will be focusing on small goals and behavioural changes, combining advice on costs of living crisis and discussing solutions.

We the Curious will be hosting fun activities to occupy kids and inspire learning. Plus there will be stalls and other activities from 3.30pm to 5.30pm,  followed up by sit down meal around 5.30pm with themed tables with table hosts for the following:

  • Housing/Energy
  • Transport/Commuting/Travel
  • Waste
  • Food/Diet
  • Goods & services
  • Money
  • Eco Anxiety

6.30pm – 8pm: a film screening / quiz after the meal to allow children to play and be together and grown-ups to map out our next steps and share pledges .

Click here to book your free tickets.

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