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King’s Lynn event to celebrate International Earth Day

PUBLISHED: 14:39 15 April 2018 | UPDATED: 08:26 19 April 2018

An event to celebrate International Earth Day is taking place at St Nicholas Chapel in King's Lynn on Saturday, April 21. Picture: Getty Images/iStockphoto

An event to celebrate International Earth Day is taking place at St Nicholas Chapel in King's Lynn on Saturday, April 21. Picture: Getty Images/iStockphoto

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An environmental campaign group in King’s Lynn are putting together a special event to celebrate International Earth Day.

On Saturday, April 21, from 4.30pm until 7pm, KLimate Concern will be holding an informal drop-in event at St Nicholas Chapel for the third year running.

There will be displays from a wide range of groups including Norfolk Wildlife Trust, Gaywood Valley Conservation Trust, the Civic Society among others.

The event will also include art and music following this year’s theme ‘end plastic pollution’, as well as free food, a bar and children’s activities.

In order to promote pedal power, visitors can have a go making their own smoothies by pedaling a bike.

Daphne Sampson, founding member of KLimate Concern, said:“Earth Day gives a wonderful opportunity for us to bring together lots of groups with environmental concerns, at the very time that the public’s response to the plastic pollution issue gives real encouragement that people power can make a difference.”

For further information, contact the KLimate Concern group by email at KLimateconcern@gmail.com or call Daphne Sampson on 07914454816.


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