Monday 18th March, 2019 at 09.30 a.m.
at Crispins, East Street, Chichester PO19 1HX
This Week in The Conservatory at Crispins
Crispins, 46 East Street
Chichester PO19 1HX
Phone number 01243 533544
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Couple of Imminent Reminders:
Monday 18th March is the Third Evening Meeting of the Car(e)Free Group: 7:30 at the Park Tavern, Priory Road – a lot to report on – meeting with Stagecoach and feedback from the shops and businesses we have been reaching out to.
We are meeting Brendan from Kiwi Recruitment and Peter who used to work up in London for one of the London Boroughs and organised their Car Free Days – eg on Chancery Lane.
Do come along and find out how you can help make this day a reality in Chichester like it is in so many other places.
Tuesday, 19th March, 2019 at 7:30 p.m. Communicating Climate Change… to a skeptical audience
Dr Mark Hardiman (Portsmouth University)
Chichester Inn, 38 West Street, Chichester. PO19 1RP
This is going to be a full house, with many Eco Members adding to the numbers.
Additional info’ following near-instant feedback (thank you!):
Jacqui Taylor: is promoting this CPRE Campaign: PLEASE sign and share the Petition:
Support a deposit return system that collects every bottle, can and carton
CPRE Campaigns <email@example.com>
Jacqui also reminds us that Injunctions-Eating away at our right to protest
This too… [supported by our local Markwells Wood Watch].
Mary Iden: has clarified about the Brewery Field / Alder Buckthorn – sorry Mary.
( I have also toned down the Main Meeting Notes, and provide a revised, new PDF.)
Chichester City Council (in association with WSCC) wouldn’t allow a hedge to be planted along the boundary between Brewery Fields and the school playing field to the north – they didn’t say that they wouldn’t allow a few alder buckthorn, and in fact Paula and Bebette found space for a few there in odd corners.
Jenny Cole: Asks that the time of the Repair Cafes is amended to 2-5pm rather than 1 til 4 on April 13th May 11th and June 8th! Here’s the facebook link to the event; https://www.facebook.com/events/586801405166999/
Sorry, Jenny. We have shared around a lot of “Repair Cafe” Flyers with the correct times. Repair Cafe, second Saturday of Month at The Quaker Meeting House (Friends), Priory Road, Chichester PO19 1NX
Claire Wilton: Sunday 17th March: Tree Planting on the Manhood –
Philip Maber: (with thanks to Jonathan Brown, Adrian Moss, Sarah Sharp & Others). We need to raise the profile of the sustainable transport links between Chichester and Emsworth – a fast cycle commuter route along the A259 and a slower, safe, scenic route closer to the railway – with connection between the two. The Scenic Route (presumably incorporating The Emperor Way – Fishbourne) can also help provide the vital Nature Corridor Network – linking in with Centurion Way and Salterns Way, (SDNP and Chichester Harbour Etc.)
Currently, WSCC have a ChemRoute Feasibility Study underway (“ChemRoute” being the link between Chichester and Emsworth). Clearly, this needs more publicity and support.
A very significant way that our Community can feed into promoting safe, alternative transport options around our area is through the Chichester Cycle Forum (next Meeting Mon 25th March, at 6:00 p.m. at County Hall).
In reply to Richard Oliver: concerns over 5G here is the Lancet article (thank you Jacqui): https://www.thelancet.com/journals/lanplh/article/PIIS2542-5196(18)30221-3/fulltext?dgcid=raven_jbs_etoc_email&fbclid=IwAR1xw_s8iNLFxNJjKR8MGTJ_LaUYZdH375Yy-FcSnQ0FpczEWcr2YJ-bAdo
Valerie Briginshaw and Alice Halliday have reported 15th March was observed by young people in their current locations around World.
Google link to the Calendar etc: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1XeybkOYVMgeXL1wsdQYtXw7VvvNSYim76DVEg2I8em4/edit?usp=sharing