Saturday 17th September 2022, 10.30am – 4pm

Do you worry about the climate emergency and the impact of climate change?

Then come along to Hardwick Eco Event and learn about practical steps you can take in your daily life that will help reduce climate change!

The aim of the event is to highlight what can and must be done to help the environment and to show how each of us can do our bit to bring about meaningful reductions in carbon emissions through our own actions, locally, nationally and globally.


Thanks to everyone who attended our very popular event in 2021. If you would like to look into the topics more, please take a look at our Resources page, which contains links to, or provided by, some of the contributors. Information about the September 2022 event will be updated below as it becomes available. You can see the range of activities we had in 2021 here.


Where: The Cabin, St Mary’s Church, Hardwick, CB23 7QS

When: Saturday 17th September 2022, 10.30am – 4pm

Transport and parking:

Citi 4 bus from Cambridge and Cambourne; bikes can be chained under cover behind the Cabin; free car parking available at “Geo“, St. Mary’s Court, CB23 7QS (across the road from St Mary’s Church)

The day will include (provisionally):

Seminars (in the church building)

11:00am – 12:00pm

  • Four 15-minute talks

12:05 – 12:35pm

  • Short pitches from anyone with services to offer or products to sell or groups to promote

2:00 – 3:00pm

  • Projects for Hardwick. Short presentations and discussion.

Exhibitors / Stalls

The Cabin, main hall:

  • Hardwick Primary School

Outside the Cabin:

  • Many various stalls

Food

The Cabin, main hall – hatch from kitchen (available throughout the day):

  • Tea, coffee and cake

Near the camp fire:

  • Hot food is available between 12 and 2pm.

Entrance free, donations towards refreshments and the cost of the day are welcome.

The Eco Event is a joint project between Hardwick Climate Action Group, St Mary’s Church Hardwick, and Hardwick Evangelical Church.

We hope that our pledges and changes in behaviour will make a difference

THE FUTURE DEPENDS ON US

Thanks to Postcode Places Trust, a grant-giving charity funded entirely by players of People’s Postcode Lottery, for supporting this event.

Sunday, 18th September, 10am

Outdoor Church Service with an Eco theme, organised jointly by the congregations of St Mary’s Church and Hardwick Evangelical Church

Everyone welcome