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Bexley Eco Festival Announced for September 7th and 8th 2024



We're thrilled to announce the dates for the next Bexley Eco Festival — September 7th and 8th, 2024! As we continue our mission to spread eco-awareness and foster sustainable practices, we invite everyone to join us in this celebration of Mother Earth! The 2024 festival promises to be as exciting and impactful as last year's event, where we all enjoyed a fantastic blend of learning, networking, and fun.


Announcing the New Festival!

We are delighted to confirm that our festival will take place on Saturday, September 7th, and Sunday, September 8th, 2024, at the historical Lesnes Abbey in Abbey Wood.


We are looking for people who are passionate about the environment to get involved in making this event a success. If you are interested in participating or lending a hand, please feel free to contact us. For those of you who are interested in volunteering, we would greatly appreciate your help! To join our dedicated team of volunteers, simply complete the form and we will be in touch with you soon.


What Happened Last Year?

Last year, one of the focus areas was on reducing waste - a theme that aligned with various facets of environmental consciousness. We encouraged attendees to consume less and creatively reuse their food scraps, old clothes, and household items. This not only benefits our environment but also has positive implications for personal finance.


By throwing less away and opting for reuse, recycling, or upcycling, each of us can decrease our carbon footprint and contribute to global wellness. The less waste we produce, the fewer items end up in landfill or littering the local environment.


It was heartening to see numerous charities and community groups at the festival, all committed to enhancing this cause.


You can read more about last year here.


Saving Water

As we navigate the close of the summer, the need to preserve water becomes increasingly obvious. Although UK's rainfall seems abundant, this year's precipitation is significantly below the typical average, resulting in depleted reservoirs. By being thoughtful about our water consumption, we not only contribute to the ecosystem but also potentially save on our bills.


Saving Money and Energy

With energy prices soaring, we all should reflect on ways to reduce energy consumption in our households. The first step towards this is understanding our energy usage patterns. For those equipped with a smart meter, this could be a valuable tool for monitoring energy consumption.

For others, helpful advice can be found from renowned sources such as Which? and The Energy Saving Trust. Even if you aren't a homeowner or currently in a position to replace energy-consuming appliances, there are numerous free and easy-to-implement energy-saving tips available.


Join the Eco Festival

Join us in making a difference at the Bexley Eco Festival on September 7th and 8th, 2024! This is your chance to contribute to promoting sustainable living and eco-awareness. Last year, we focused on waste reduction and energy conservation, and this year we're set to cover even more ground.


If you're passionate about the environment and want to be part of an empowering community event, we need you. Sign up as a volunteer, lend a hand in planning, or simply come to learn, network, and have fun. Mark your calendars, spread the word, and together let's make this festival a beacon for change.


Get involved today, because every action counts towards a greener future.

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