Wyre Forest Green Alliance

United For A Better Future

WFGA Events

KEWB Open Day

We are creating a community hub (KEWB) in Kidderminster town centre and are looking for local social enterprises, charities, small businesses and entrepreneurs to join us in this exciting vision to build a shared space to help local Wyre Forest people to live more sustainably and healthily while addressing issues of poverty and social deprivation.
We are holding an Open Day (date to be confirmed), between 10am and 12pm, for interested parties to view the space and ask questions. To book a slot please email us at hello@kewb.space
More information at kewb.space

WFGA Workshops - details also on our Facebook

"Electric vehicles." workshop - Thursday 15th July 2021
Electric vehicles and transport in a climate emergency. What can we do as individuals? What policies should the Wyre Forest Green Alliance be promoting? Short presentation by Keith Budden followed by group discussion and policy option votes.
For more information and to book a place, please follow this link

"Doughnut Economics" workshop - 16th June 2021
How can we move from growth in GDP as a measure of success to enabling communities to thrive? This is based on Kate Raworth's re-working of traditional economics with a focus on enabling people to thrive within the limits of a healthy planet.
For more information and to book a place, please follow this link
"What is to What if" workshop - 28th May 2021

Art 4 Planet Earth Exhibition - April to November, 2021

COP26 is the 26th UN Climate Change Conference, taking place in Glasgow in November 2021. It is seen as the last chance to take serious action against Climate Change. By choosing the Planet Earth theme for our exhibition, we hope to raise public awareness of this conference and its importance.

But also, it's an opportunity to have fun showing off the creative skills of the Wyre Forest community. Below are a few screeenshots from our 'Taster' exhibition - the real thing will be in October.

Our virtual exhibition which will be an interactive photo/video online display. This will run during October, just before COP26.

We also hope to put on a live art exhibition at a local venue. We will release details on the location and date sometime in the summer when the Covid situation is clearer.

Entries for the exhibition can be made online from 31st March at our website a4pe.uk