I’ll be taking a pop-up mending workshop to the Green Living Fair in Bath tomorrow, Sunday 24th March, 10am to 4pm. If you’re within striking distance and fancy trying your hand at Swiss darning or adding some really beautiful patches to your favourite jacket or cardi, drop by the Big Mend stall any time between 10am and 4pm. You’re very welcome to bring items that need mending to get free advice on how best to repair them.
You’ll also find 40 other green community organisations, local businesses and installers running activities, selling their produce and products, and sharing their expertise.
You can make your own pedal powered fruit smoothie, pet the pygmy goat (12pm-2pm), bring your bike and get it checked out for free at the Dr Bike clinic, have a go at eco arts and crafts, and much more.
There will be a marquee of topical talks running throughout the day covering home, energy and environmental themes.
You can book a 30 minute appointment to talk to an architect in the Ask the Architect Zone to discuss plans, schemes and dreams for large or small projects and The Royal Institute of British Architects’ 21st Century Living Exhibition, featuring images of fantastic local architectural achievements, will also be on show.
It’s all under cover so no need to worry about the weather!
The Green Living Fair is part of the Bath Green Homes project which features over 20 events throughout March & April including talks, activities and workshops which aim to help people make their homes warmer, greener and cheaper to run. There will be an Open Homes Weekend on 13th & 14th April showcasing inspiring examples of energy efficient homes across Bath.
To find out more you can:
- Visit the website www.bathgreenhomes.co.uk/greenliving
- Join the mailing list,
- Pick up or download a leaflet,
- Follow on Twitter @BathGreenHomes #GreenLivingFair
- Get in contact: 01225 477528 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Hope to see you there!