Green Living – Tip of the Month “March”
Sow a Poppy Patch for nature this Spring – even on a balcony.
Fast-growing annual plants grow from seed to a mass of flowers in a few months, providing a buffet for bees, food for birds, and dense cover for other creatures. Pollinating insects, birds and bats are having a tough time finding food to eat, as many of their natural habitats are being wiped out.
By sowing a poppy field for nature, even on a balcony, you’ll create a lively and colourful feeding ground that is bound to prove popular with wildlife near you.
Fast-growing annual plants grow from seed to a mass of flowers in just a few months.
It’s really easy. How to do it! (Scroll down for the guide)
We are currently arranging a meeting with Wycombe District Council, in order discuss air pollution in the Wycombe area, and the way in which it is measured.
As part of our clean air campaign we have produced a Quick Guide Flyer.
Revive the Wye
During our June meeting we had a superb presentation from a member of Revive the Wye, We were truly impressed by the amount of great work that has been achieved. Find out more here. If you have time please try to support this local cause.
On March the 23rd March WFoE screened a public viewing of the Naomi Kline film “This changes everything”
The evening was deemed a great success, with the venue being almost full to capacity.
People’s March for Climate
A number of members of Wycombe Friends of the Earth travelled by train to join thousands of marchers at this London event on the 29th of November 2015. This was ahead of the Climate Change Talks in Paris which we hope will produce a positive outcome for our beautiful planet.
London Climate Mass Lobby – 17th June 2015
Members of Wycombe Friends of the Earth, along with others from Wycombe and Beaconsfield, attended the Climate Mass Lobby on 17th June in London. Approaching 10,000 constituents took part in the event to meet MPs outside Westminster in what is
|The event was organised by the Climate Coalition, a group of charities, unions and faith groups. The whole day was well planned and managed. It maintained a very happy atmosphere and was well attended. Most importantly over 300 MPs were lobbied!|
Pan Mill Open Day May 2015
To help promote our Bee Campaign, Wycombe Friends of the Earth ran a stall at the Pann Mill Open Day in High Wycombe on 10th May 2015.
It was a pleasant day in the beautiful Pann Mill garden with the water mill turning and grinding wheat. We talked to people about the importance of bees and encouraged bee friendly garden planting or, even easier, leaving a patch of garden to ‘run to weed’!
We sold some plants, had ‘bee biscuits’ available, and also distributed copies of our updated, beautifully illustrated, 2015 bee leaflet that gives information about bees and local walks, as well as craft activities for primary aged children. If you would like a leaflet, you can view and download the leaflet below.
Alternatively, there are leaflets available at Arts4every1 in Desborough Road, High Wycombe, Wycombe Environment Centre and also at High Wycombe library.
Let us all bee friendly!
The Bee Cause
Part of our support for the Friends of the Earth “Bee Cause” campaign.
Bee related facts & activities in the Wycombe area.
|Why not make a “Bee Hotel” to help our little friends.
Instructions written by one of our Wycombe FOE members
Bee Friendly Plants
More Than Honey