City to sea - the Bristol response to marine litter
Natalie Fee, Ali Rowe, Livvy Drake and Mel Watson.
Bristol 2015 Lab Space, Units 5-6, 1 Canons Road, , BS1 5TX
Internal UoB members are invited to attend this workshop, run by Bristol-based campaigners, experts and creatives who are working towards reducing marine litter and in particular plastics.
Currently City to Sea is an informal collaboration including Natalie Fee (Made in Bristol TV/ City to Sea co-founder/ Campaigner), Ali Rowe (City to Sea co-founder/ Brisfest/ Campaigner), Livvy Drake (Green Livvy / Kambe Events) and Mel Watson (RAW Foundation). The core objective of City to Sea is to bring together the existing 'forces for change' in Bristol and see how we can support each other and have greater impact.
The first City to Sea event we have planned is on Wednesday 6th May Bristol 2015 Lab Space, on the Harbourside. This will take the format of an informal facilitated workshop and review, that will allow you to highlight your work, and explore various questions.
The outcome of this will feed into a panel discussion, litter- art installation and film event on World Ocean's Day (Monday June 8th at the Watershed- save the date!)
We welcome your involvement in both events. Feel free to bring a two minute introduction/performance to the May 6th event (No powerpoint required)! If you are unable to make the event please email any of your thoughts or ideas to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please arrive by 7pm, so presentations can begin at 7.20pm
The evening will be facilitated by Tom Bell, Director at ChangesUs, the campaigns agency supporting the third sector.
RSVP by Wednesday 29th using the online form.