… IN HEREFORD CITY
Power To Change – The Energy Rebellion (15)
Monday 9th October, 8.15pm
An entertaining, fascinating and faith-restoring film for future-thinkers.
Following the film, join a discussion with Herefordshire Green Network to find out about actions & projects already going on in Herefordshire and to look ahead to the future.
£7, Concession £6.50, Child Under 16 £5
12 – 16 October, 11am – 7pm
Old Market, Newmarket Street, HR4 9HR
Vacuum Arts a touring exhibition of Fine Art graduates from Chelsea, Manchester, Hereford, Derby, Lincoln, Leeds, Loughborough. Vacuum can be found in Old Market – the entrance is at the back of Wagamuma.
… AROUND THE COUNTY
Out of Nature
1 – 22 October, 10.30am to 5.30pm, Newport House, HR3 6LL
More than 40 sculptors create a visual feast set against the stunning autumnal colours of Newport House gardens. More information at: www.outofnature.org.uk
Admission £5, Children & students free.
Learning the Language of Systems and Patterns,
12 – 15 October, Applewood Permaculture Centre
An experiential journey into the world of systems and patterns with Looby Macnamara & Aranya. Booking is essential.
For more information see: www.designedvisions.co.uk
‘Tomorrow’ (‘Demain’) (PG)
13 October 7.30pm, Knighton Community Centre
An inspiring film that investigates concrete solutions to environmental and social challenges. Shown as part of Flicks in the Sticks autumn programme. Tickets £4.
For more info see: www.artsalive.co.uk/Projects/MidPowys-Flicks.aspx
Routemap to a Low Carbon Future
14th October 9.30 – 3.45, Baskerville Hall, Clyro
‘What shall we do about transport’. A Transition Powys event with keynote speakers Paul Allen of CAT’s Zero Carbon Britain and Mike Woolacott of the National Low Carbon Centre.
For more details see: www.powystransition.org