A green poster with white and orange text reading
A green poster with white and orange text reading "We're taking part in the great big green week"

The Great Big Green Week

25 Sept – 02 Oct, St Anne’s and Broomhill

We are excited to be taking part of the Big Green Week this September 2022!

This is the first ever GBGW to happen in St Anne’s and it’s been kick-started by Friends of Eastwood Farm.

The Great Big Green Week is an opportunity to celebrate local action to create a cleaner, greener world and show Government and local decision makers that we want them to deliver on their promises to protect the planet for now and future generations.

What’s on?

  • Sunday 25 Sept: Story Circle, St Anne’s Park, 10.30 – 11.30am
  • Wednesday 28 Sept: Shared Reading, St Anne’s House, 10.30am – 12pm
  • Thursday 29 Sept: Green Morning Meet-up with Andy Hamilton, St Anne’s House, 10am – 12pm
  • Sat 01 Oct: Community Picnic, Eastwood Farm, 11am – 2pm
  • Sat 01 Oct: Big Green Week Lovely Landscape Tour through Arnos Vale, read more and book here.
  • Sun 02 Oct: Litter Pick, St Anne’s Park (plus, School Assembly: Infant’s school and Stall in the Coop)
  • Sun 02 Oct: Natural Grids Workshop, St Anne’s House, 1pm – 3pm
  • Throughout the week: Take yourself on a self-guided Green Trail created by Greater Brislington Together and explore the Out and About Brislington Map to explore green spaces, community projects and add any wildlife you spot in the local area.

What is The Great Big Green Week?

The Great Big Green Week is the UK’s biggest call for action on climate change, and will take place from 24 September to 2 October 2022. 

Together we will show decision makers that people from all walks of life are stepping up to take action on climate change – and we need them to step up too.

Last year over 5000 events took place, with more than 200,000 people showing up for the planet in their community and online. This year we want to make it even greater, bigger and greener!