In partnership with New Vic Borderlines, Climate Matters Staffordshire is holding an event to celebrate local activity taking place to support the environment on Friday 14th October 2022.

We hope that this event will be a real opportunity for councils, businesses, community organisations, and individuals to let people know what they are doing about the environment and particularly the climate and ecological emergencies.

If you wish to make a presentation, have a display, or provide an activity please let the New Vic know, contact details are on the invitation here: New Vic 14 oct 01

We hope that many people will drop in during the day to see what is happening across Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent and take part in some of the activities.

Climate Matters Staffordshire will be showing the award-winning film “ Do Something”  and asking people to contribute their views on what the Government should be doing to a book to be sent to the Prime Minister. We will also be asking people to share concerns and tell local councils what they want them to do about the climate and ecological emergencies.

We will also be doing these activities at the Staffordshire Climate Expo at Uttoxeter Race Course this Friday.

As the New Vic is also sending out invitations, there may be some duplication for which we apologise.

If you have not yet done so, you may like to watch our film ‘ DO SOMETHING’  showing how people in Staffordshire, young and old, urban and rural care about the climate crisis and how they are involved with action to protect our planet.  It was the best documentary and overall winner at the 2022 Staffordshire Film Festival.

A further short video was made by the same filmmaker at a recent mini assembly held in Newcastle: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OgqQY4FYmTc