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Events for Barnet Climate Action Month

May 30, 2024

Barnet Council’s first ever Climate Action Month (BCAM) is coming soon. As part of this, the council is collaborating with community groups to organise a range of exciting events for residents of all ages across the borough.


Here’s a list of some of the events taking place across the borough as part of Climate Action Month (BCAM), starting from 6 June to 16 July. Most of the events are free, but some require a small fee and registration.

  • Waterfall of ‘We aRe Plastic’ – A creative workshop where you can turn single-use plastic into Art.
  • Run the Food Bank! Walk, run, cycle food Finchley Food Bank – GoodGym Barnet, Finchley foodbank and the Phoenix Cinema are inviting you to run/ walk or cycle with donated food (your own) from Phoenix Cinema and then on to the Finchleyfoodbank.
  • Coppetts Wood Festival – A family friendly festival located in Coppetts Wood local Nature Reserve. There will be a range of family friendly activities taking place across the afternoon, and food and drinks available.
  • Faith and Peace Walk 2024 – Starting at Edgware Underground Station at 4.30pm, you will see the new ‘Stop and Smell the Flowers’ public mural and visit some amazing open spaces, heritage buildings and places of worship as part of the London Festival of Architecture.
  • Eco Show and Tell Fair at the East Barnet Festival  An eco-friendly fair within the East Barnet festival, showcasing some great local initiatives around protecting nature, reducing waste and living more sustainably.
  • Retreat: the UK’s first climate refugees – An interesting exhibition of artwork and research that you can learn about the village of Fairbourne, North Wales, which due to rising sea levels made the locals become the UK’s first climate refugees.
  • Community Garden Session with Incredible Edible –  Whether you’re a new or experienced grower, come along to one of our regular plot tidy sessions for as little or as long as you like.


Find out more about sustainability across the Brent Cross Cricklewood programme on this page.