2-5pm, Sunday 18th November 2018
Guru Nanak Gurdwara, 128-130 High St, Smethwick, B66 3AP
Exploring the topic of ‘Low Carbon Food’ from different faith perspectives as part of National Interfaith Week. As in previous years, there will be speakers from faith & environmental groups sharing initiatives that have worked for them. Alongside the speakers, there will space to reflect & discuss with other people, considering ideas that you might take back to your own faith community.
The programme will include faith teachings on food, the environmental impact of food production and issues of waste and packaging, with full details to be released soon.
If you are part of a West Midlands faith and/or environmental group who are interested in the topic of low carbon food, please get in touch to see how you might get involved at [email protected].
Low carbon travel to the venue from Birmingham city centre
- 2 minutes walk from Smethwick Rolfe St train station (a short journey from Birmingham New St)
- 15 minutes walk from Smethwick Galton Bridge station (on the train line from Moor St & Snow Hill towards Stourbridge).
- 20 minutes cycle from Sherbourne Wharf along the Birmingham – Wolverhampton Canal.