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National Picnic Week

June 21 @ 8:00 am - June 30 @ 5:00 pm
Liverpool City Region and Nationwide

1st-9th June 2019 Have a Picnic to remember this Summer! National Picnic Week takes place this June across the UK, Liverpool City Region has a wide range of parks and green spaces suitable for picnicking so grab your blankets and baskets out of the cupboards and get out to great outdoors for a good old … Continue reading National Picnic Week

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8:00 am

Childwall YOE Health Walk – June

June 26 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Childwall Neighbourhood Health Centre, Queens Drive
Liverpool, L15 6UR United Kingdom
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10:00 am

Taylor Park Conservation Group

June 26 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Taylor Park, Grosvenor Road
St.Helens, WA10 3HX United Kingdom
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Why not come along and volunteer alongside St Helens Council's Ranger Service to assist with with  a range of conservation works including; Himalayan Balsam removal, litter picking, woodland work, and  Rhododendron thinning. All tools are supplied, just bring your own gloves and wear sturdy footwear. Meeting Point: Taylor Park Visitor Centre This is a very … Continue reading Taylor Park Conservation Group

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11:00 am

Walking for Health: Halton

June 26 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Hive Premier Inn, Venture Fields, Ashley Way
Widnes, WA8 0GY United Kingdom
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Health Walks taking place on Wednesday mornings across the Borough of Halton. Walks begin at 11am and last approximately 1 hour. Please meet in the car park at the rear of Hive Premier Inn (WA8 0GY)

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12:00 pm

How to make a million and save the planet: Environmental Capitalism 001 – Dr. Michael Edesess by Low Carbon Eco-Innovatory

June 26 @ 12:00 pm - 2:30 pm
Liverpool John Moores University, James Parsons Building, 3 Byrom Street
Liverpool, L3 3AF United Kingdom
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A lot of business people as well as environmentalists mistakenly believe that what is good for business is bad for the environment, and what is good for the environment can only impose profit-reducing constraints on business. But business done properly can profit greatly by helping position the human economy within the larger ecology, in such … Continue reading How to make a million and save the planet: Environmental Capitalism 001 – Dr. Michael Edesess by Low Carbon Eco-Innovatory

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