This January, set yourself some New Year’s resolutions! Greeniversity, the community skills sharing network, is hosting a series of learning sessions to help you discover new skills.
Greeniversity gives people the opportunity to teach and learn everything from bee-keeping to bike maintenance, helping to create strong and sustainable communities for the future. Whether it's cooking, growing, making or mending – anything goes as long as it's green or helps build community spirit.
Upcoming FREE sessions held in Peterborough include:
Peterborough Vegetarian and Vegan Group Gathering
Tuesday 13 January, 7pm-9.30pm
This group is for local vegetarian and vegans and other like minded people to get together to share some good food, recipes and advice.
Ancient Woodland Conservation and Crafts
Thursday 15 January, 10am-4pm
Learn traditional skills associated with our ancient woodlands in Bretton such as green woodwork, woodland management, and foraging.
Chronos and Kairos
Tuesday 20 January, 8pm-10pm
What makes a moment momentous? This is something the Greeks knew and not only that, they knew how to use this knowledge to make everyday life more eventful. How is this done?
Tree Planting at Hollies Farm, Castor
Saturday 24 January, drop-in between 10am-4pm
Would you like to improve Peterborough and its surrounding areas’ natural environment? Come along to help plant part of the Forest for Peterborough!
Don’t miss out, discover the full range of Greeniversity sessions today by registering for FREE online with Greeniversity at www.greeniversity.org.uk. Interested in teaching a class yourself? Register your interest online or contact Ian Tennant on 01733 866437 or [email protected].