Sustainable Bowes Park

Sustainable Bowes Park seeks to help householders, local community groups, schools and businesses to act more sustainably.

A series of events and activities have been organised - following a succesful local  Envronment Fair. You are invited to get involved in the events, planning future activity and encouraging others to get involved too.

As well as an extensive events programme we have provided information and resources to assist local people live more sustainably. Have a look at our information on Waste Prevention and Re-use of resources 

The next events are: A social evening at The Step on Tuesday Feb 26th.

Our Sustainable Food discussion is on Tuesday 26th March at the TaB Cente in Palmerston Road. Come along and and learn about growing and sourcing sustainable food in Bowes Park. Local experts will help you to:

  • Learn how you can get started growing simple herbs and veg in your kitchen and garden
  • Find out more about community food growing projects in our area, and how you can get involved
  • Discover opportunities to support and source local and sustainable food in Bowes Park and the surrounding area

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Comment by Mary Blake on October 22, 2019 at 13:19

Dear Neighbours

Sustainable Bowes Park has been resting of late, but interested Bowes Parkers are warmly invited to take a short trip to Muswell Hill Sustainability Group's Green Open Homes 2019 event. 

On Sunday 3 and Saturday 9 November you can make free visits to energy efficient homes just a bus ride away.  Meet householders who've increased comfort while cutting energy bills and carbon emissions, and pick up ideas for your own home.

Hosts in Muswell Hill, Crouch End, Alexandra Park, Highgate and Tottenham are offering free one hour tours to share their experience of creating a more sustainable home.

Choose from an Edwardian villa, a 1920s former London County Council house, a 1980s timber-framed house, a top floor flat in a terraced house and Meadow Orchard's cob and straw Ecobuilding. Find out about solar panels, air source heat pumps, wall insulation, green roofs, rainwater harvesting - see details here.   Numbers on each tour are limited so please book now!

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