Are you worried or frightened about climate change but not sure what to do to help, or who to share your feelings with? Come along to the Preston Climate Emergency Centre, 32 Cheapside (on the Flagmarket) between 11am and 3pm on Saturday 17th June where we will be holding an event for Great Big Green Week and writing “Letters to Tomorrow”.
Letters to Tomorrow is a project run by The Climate Coalition, encouraging people to write down their feelings about the future in the form of a letter. It could be a letter to a friend, or child or loved one, or even your future self, and should enable you to express your fears about the impacts of climate change if the planet continues to warm up at the current rate, but also your hopes for the governments of the world act quickly and decisively to soften these impacts. Letters can be typed, hand-written or be drawings; or you can help CAP with our group Letter to Tomorrow. For more information about the Letters to Tomorrow project, and to learn what happens after you write your letter, see their website https://www.letterstotomorrow.com/
This event will form part of our regular CAP members’ meeting but everyone, including non-members, is very welcome to join in! Look for the event in our Diary of events for further details.