Monthly Archives: August 2019

What’s your story?

Research into people’s motivation to take action on climate change. Hilary Topp has helped us create a survey to find out what action people of faith in Birmingham are taking to tackle climate change. Please help us by completing the survey: The survey enables you to share your story of actions (big or small) to […]

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Footsteps Visit to Tyseley Energy Park

Footsteps 2019 summer interfaith walk brought together 45 people from local communities and  different faiths to learn about developing renewable power, building community and restoring the natural environment in the derelict Cole River Valley. The event started with speeches from Footsteps Chair Ruth Tetlow, who described the interfaith interest in this initiative and in exploring […]

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Interfaith Walk & Study Visit: useful info

18/08/2019, 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm at Tyseley Energy Park, Birmingham Taking in Tyseley Energy Park, St Cyprian’s church and the Cole Valley, our walk is a unique opportunity to visit a little known corner of Birmingham and see how it is developing renewable power, building community and preserving the natural environment. Here’s some helpful […]

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