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Party without Pollution July 11, 2007

Filed under: News of a party — bridgetmck @ 10:15 pm

Come to the Party Without Pollution!

The ‘Party Without Pollution’ community festival is taking place on Saturday 14th July
from 12pm-6pm in Kirkup Gardens opposite Parklands School on Simonsway,
Wythenshawe, Manchester. It is free, suitable for all ages and everyone is welcome.
The Party Without Pollution is part of the Wythenshawe Forever project which is
raising awareness of climate change issues in Wythenshawe.

The ‘Party Without Pollution’ will be powered by clean green energy and the energy
saved and generated during the Wythenshawe Forever project and will feature:

* A live music and dance stage showing some of Wythenshawe’s best talent
compared by Mrs Barbara Nice (aka Holy Mary from Peter Kay’s Phoenix Nights)
* Solar and pedal powered karaoke
* Children’s craft area making kites and musical instruments from scrap
* Live street art
* Bike rickshaw rides
* Local food and tea party
* Generator X’s solar powered cinema
* The climate change security blanket knit in- bring knitting needles to join in!
* Bike polo game
* Games in the PowerStation
* Stalls, giveaways and a whole lot more!

Come along and bring your friends!

see www.w4e.org.uk

The project is organised by a community radio station; Wythenshawe FM, an ethical
artists collective; UHC and an environmental resource centre; MERCI and it is
funded by DEFRA’s Climate Challenge Fund

For more information contact Eleanor Hoad on 0161 436 4165 or 07974 934 917 or
eleanor@wfmradio.org

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Organise This July 1, 2007

Filed under: Uncategorized — bridgetmck @ 10:03 pm

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