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Welcome to another week at Tipping Point.

October 26, 2009

Daily opening: 12noon-2pm except Sundays and Tuesdays.

We will be doing recyced card making workshops for children and adults all this week during our daily opening hours, so pop by with any recycled packaging you can turn into a special card! (we’ve got lots of material here too)

Tuesday 27 Oct

What’s next for Tipping Point A meeting to look at the future of tipping point, possible future events and projects. All are welcome, whether you’re a regular at Tipping Point or have just visited once!

Wednesday 28 Oct

Parents coffee morning 9am-10:30am
This week’s theme: green activities to do with your children. Parents of children of all ages are welcome, this is a relaxed space for you to share tips and stories with other parents.

KCAM meeting 7.30pm-9:30pm
The informal fortnightly meeting of Kingsnorth Climate Action Medway. This will be a practical meeting, looking at making resources for the group.

Thursday 29 Oct

Film Night 7.00pm-9:00pm
This weeks theme is ‘Carbon Trading’ featuring ‘The Carbon Connection’, ‘Cheat Neutral’ and others. The Carbon Connection follows the story of two groups of people from each community who learned to use video cameras and made their own films about living with the impacts of the carbon market. From mental health issues in Scotland to the loss of medicinal plants in Brazil, the communities discover the connections they have with each other and the film follows them on this journey.

Saturday 31th Ocotber

Halloween Crafts 11am-1pm
Creative fun for all ages Press review & letter writing 1:30-3:30pm

Sunday 1 November

Bike Maintenance 11- 1pm
Come and learn how to maintain your own bike, how to fix a puncture, adjust your gears and much more!

Direct action intro/training 3-5pm
Are you interested in learning a bit more about Direct Action, have you been inspired by the actions that have taken place in the past few weeks; swoop on Ratcliffe on Soar 17/18 Nov, and 3 anti-coal protests today at Didcot, Mainshill and Shipley, come along and lean a bit more.

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