THURSDAY 02 JULY, 6PM
ST HILDA’S EAST COMMUNITY CENTRE, SHOREDITCH (map)
Fancy making your own vanilla chai sugar body scrub? How about grapefruit moisturiser? Or lemon and eucalyptus deodorant? Join Women’s Environmental Network to learn how to make these gorgeous organic products and more, and find out why it’s so important for your [...]
There’s nothing more satisfying that eating something delicious that you’ve grown yourself. At WEN, that’s basically our mantra! We believe that growing your own food is a guaranteed way to improve your diet, health and happiness, as well as reducing your expose to harmful chemicals found in pesticides. Eating seasonal, locally grown food also has [...]
EDCs are a huge problem, kind of like the climate change of chemicals. They’re everywhere and they’re dangerous, but most people have never heard of them. So what are they, what do they do, and why do I need to know? Here’s a very quick run down of the basic facts about EDCs.
Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals, [...]
Join us on Thursday July 23 from 10:30-3:00 for a celebration of food growing!
The Summer Gathering will be held at Tarling East Community Centre in Shadwell.
Watch this space for more info…
Join us for two evenings to discuss the harmful effects of endocrine disrupting chemicals (EDCs).
The first evening (25 June) will feature a screening of award-winning documentary Endocrination (2014) from journalist and filmmaker Stephanie Horel. It follows the adventures of an unborn child from the future who is sent back to 2009 to learn about the [...]