Come along to the first meeting of the year for a chat about what to do in the coming months.
We'll be discussing everything from the food co-op and allotment through to social change and cake so bring nibbles and all sorts of edible delights to get you through. (we'll be hanging around afterwards in the pub for a quick drink if you'd like stay longer).
Meet in the front venue room upstairs in the Packhorse Pub (it's on Woodhouse Lane opposite Leeds University).
Green Action will have a stall at Freshers Fair. If you can come along it is 9am-4pm. We will be signing people up for this year and explaining to everyone about Green Action and how it works. It would be nice if the co-op was also open.
Free womens only cycling training led by womem cycling instructors. This cycle training will give you the skills to tackle quiet roads safely. It includes signalling and observation, understanding and using road position, and passing obsticles safely. Its suitable for anyone who wants to improve their confidence to cycle safely on the road and who can already cycle and handle their bike proficiently.
Bicycles and helmets are available to borrow for the training
Free womens only cycle training at The University of Leeds, led by women cycle instructors. This is a beginners session teaching the essentials of Bike handling and control. You do need to be able to ride a bike. We have bike and helmets to lend for the training. To book email a [dot] r [dot] harperleeds [dot] ac [dot] uk
The Green Action AGM (annual general meeting) will be on Thursday 5th May at 6pm in Meeting Room 2 in the ARC (the upstairs bit in the union building). It's really important that as many people come as possible as we'll probably end up making some big old decisions! There'll be an agenda nearer the time, but email unigreenleeds [dot] ac [dot] uk if you want to suggest anything to chat about prior to that.
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