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The Forum organises regular meetings which are open to all. Future meetings are shown below. The list should be updated at least every three months. Other meetings of interest are sometimes included.

CANCELLED Tuesday 17th March Geographical Association of Guildford. Sam Lee-Gammage, of Waitrose: Sustainable Food Supply. 1730. The Great Hall, Royal Grammar School, High Street, Guildford GU1 3BB. CANCELLED

Thursday 23rd April Guildford Environmental Forum AGM. Dr Kate Basley, Citizen Science Coordinator, Surrey Wildlife Trust: "Bees, Bugs, Butterflies and Pollinators". 1830 to 2100. The Council Chamber, GBC Millmead Offices, Guildford GU2 4BE.

Wednesday 29th April “What Can Guildford do about The Climate Emergency?” What are the facts? What can we do? Guildford Environmental Forum, in collaboration with The Guildford Society and Holy Trinity Amenity Group (HTAG), bring the series of public meetings on this issue to a climax in the town centre. Henrietta Stock (GEF and Al Gore's Climate Reality Project) will present the facts, and we will discuss what the people of Guildford can do about climate change. 1900 to 2100. The Council Chamber, GBC Millmead Offices, Guildford GU2 4BE.

Thursday 14th May Talk by Dr Barbara Hammond MBE, CEO of The Low Carbon Hub IPS & CIC, introduced by Dr Nina Alphey. “Developing Local Community Energy” Barbara brings experience of a 25-year career in sustainable development and energy. She is a pioneer in developing local, collective responses to climate change. 1900 to 2100. The Council Chamber, GBC Millmead Offices, Guildford GU2 4BE.

Sunday 24th May Farnham Community Farm's Sustainability Fayre Hot food, wildlife talks, children's events, games, delicious fresh produce. Our stall will showcase various GEF projects including our Swifts Project. Please come and support us. 1100 to 1600. Gostrey Meadow, Farnham GU9 7RT.

Saturday 30th May Scything Course for Beginners and Improvers Mark Allery is back again to teach us. Learn or improve your scything skills while managing our grass at the Rosamund Community Garden. Everything is provided, including refreshments, but please bring a packed lunch and wear suitable clothing. Cost £35 per head, discounts available. 1000 to 1600. Meet at Rosamund Garden, top of Longdown Road, GU4 8PP. Park along grass verge. Please register with John Bannister on 01483 570468 or 07443 914347 to discuss arrangements.