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2013 International Year of Water Cooperation.
2013 UN International Year of the Quinoa (IYQ)
1 Jan   New Year's Day. - Make some Green Resolutions.
12 Jan 2013 London Ecocell Workshop on Travel,  - CEL Event
21 Jan-1 Feb UK Big Schools Bird Watch
22 Jan Gloucester Gloucestershire Churches’ Environmental Justice Network meeting 12-2 pm in the Laud Room, Gloucester Cathedral.It will be an Environmental surgery, in which a panel of experts will respond to your questions on any environmental issue you would like to raise – from good environmental practice in the church, to personal lifestyles, to engaging with civic and national policy. The panel members are Mike Bush – Vision 21, Alison Ensor – Permaculturalist, Natalie Hill – Churches’ Officer, Diocese of Gloucester, and Simon Topping – Environment Officer, Diocese of Gloucester and Gloucestershire Methodist Circuit. All welcome - bring sandwiches.
24 Jan Oxford

How can we connect with the complexities surrounding food globally and locally in a changing world – and still celebrate food as gift? Food Matters is a new project from the Diocese of Oxford to help churches do just that. Food Matters will be launched on Thursday 24th January 2013 at New Road Baptist Church, Oxford (7.30-9.30pm). Get details and register.

26-27 Jan UK Big Garden Bird Watch -( organised by RSPB)
30 Jan Truro Environment Book Club - 7.00 pm at Diocesan House, Kenwyn, Truro. (01872) 274351 We shall be studying the book Prosperity without Growth: Economics for a finite planet by Tim Jackson.
2 Feb World World Wetlands Day - The date of February 2nd was chosen as it marks the adoption of the Convention on Wetlands which took place in the Iranian city of Ramsar near the Caspian Sea on 2 February 1971.

The UN has declared 2013 the International year of Water Cooperation and the theme for World Wetlands Day 2013 is "Wetlands and Water Management". There will be a focus this year on working with the water sector.

This year across the UK the Wildlife Trusts will be holding events to raise the public's awareness of wetland values and benefits and the Ramsar Convention. The UK's wetlands are home to some of our most exciting wildlife, like otters and beavers, and this is your chance to learn more.

2 Feb Giggleswick, Settle, N Yorks Mosses of Giggleswick Churchyard Workshop - Suitable for beginners and people with low mobility. Visit to Giggleswick churchyard (SD 811640) with Dr Judith Allinson. Easy distance and terrain. Please book - contact Judith Allinson 01729 822138 for more details. Britain has a rich Moss flora compared to most European countries. Bring warm clothes. Hand lenses provided. We will learn 10 easy mosses and look some of the other 25 or so species that can be found in Giggleswick churchyard. Participants can obtain the illustrated booklet "Mosses of Giggleswick churchyard"
6 Feb St Mary le Bow London 6.05pm: JustShare Lecture by Peter Heslam , Transforming Business—project in the University of Cambridge: “What’s the good of capitalism?” St Mary le Bow London
9 Feb  

Inspiring Churches: Practical resources to develop your church projects - St George's Centre, Leeds - The day includes a keynote speech from Maggie Durran (author and church development consultant), case studies and practical ideas and workshops from how to fund a youth project to shrinking the carbon footprint of your church building. - Tickets cost £10. To book a place (cheques payable to Ripon and Leeds Diocesan Board of Finance) send a letter to:Alice Ullathorne, Ripon and Leeds Diocesan Office, St Mary’s Street, Leeds. LS9 7DP - or email / visit 

12 Feb Hereford Tuesday 12 February: Hereford Christian Ecology Group: 'Nature in Herefordshire', a presentation by Keith Mason (Herefordshire Ornithological Club), at St John's Methodist Church, St Owen Street, Hereford HR1 2PR, 7.30 pm
12 Feb World Shrove Tuesday - Organise a LOAF Pancake party - Local, Organic, Animal friendly, Fairly traded -
3 Feb-28 Apr Southern Portugal Birdwatching weeks in Southern Portugal Algarve run by a Rocha
14 Feb London Helping volunteers love you – your organisation and the role they play Time: 10.00 - 16.00 Talk Action Volunteer Magagement Training at London.
16 Feb nr Oxford Christian Rural and Environmental Studies (CRES) will hold an Open Day at Ripon College Cuddesdon (nr. Oxford) on Saturday February 16th 2013. from 10am - 4pm.
20 Feb World World Day of Social Justice
21 Feb London Facilitation Training Day – 2013 -Time: 10.00—16.00 Gain the tools and techniques to make your facilitation engaging and productive
22-24 Feb Hilfield Friary 'Community, Prayer and Protest' 'Singing the Lord's song in a strange land - living simply in community as a challenge to unregulated global capitalism' The weekend, led by the Revd Jonathan Herbert, will draw on the experience of living in the Franciscan community here at Hilfield and in the Pilsdon CommunityThose participating in the weekend will be staying with the Hilfield Friary Community and sharing in its life and prayer.Suggested donation for the weekend: £100 To see more about Hilfield Friary view our website:
23 Feb Ingleton Churchyard, N Yorks Winter "Mosses" workshop in Ingleton churchyard. Suitable for beginners and people with low mobility. Visit to Ingleton churchyard (SD 811640) with Judith Allinson. Easy distance and terrain. Please Book - contact Judith Allinson 01729 822138 for more details. Britain has a rich Moss flora compared to most European countries. Bring warm clothes. Hand lenses provided. We will learn 10 easy mosses
25 Feb -10 Mar UK Fair Trade Fortnight
2 March Settle North Yorkshire Yorks Fair Trade Social Evening. Donations to Rainforest Fund. settle methodist Church Hall - Exact imes still to be decided but likely to be 6pm - 9pm. Tasting of Fair Trade Food Samples, Games, Short Video, Soup and Rolls,
2 March Gloucester Progress or Problem? Responding to Genetically Modified Food and Crops- Redcliffe Conference The Redcliffe College/JRI Environment Day will explore these questions and more. The venue is in Redcliffe College, Gloucester and the day runs from 9.15am to 4.30pm on Saturday March 2nd 2013 and costs £38 including refreshments and a two-course hot buffet lunch. Download BOOKING FORM
2 March Settle North Yorkshire Yorks Fair Trade Social Evening. Donations to Rainforest Fund. Settle Methodist Church Hall -5pm - 8pm Tasting of Fair Trade Food Samples, Games, Short Video, Soup and Rolls,
2 March Gloucester Progress or Problem? Responding to Genetically Modified Food and Crops- Redcliffe Conference The Redcliffe College/JRI Environment Day will explore these questions and more. The venue is in Redcliffe College, Gloucester and the day runs from 9.15am to 4.30pm on Saturday March 2nd 2013 and costs £38 including refreshments and a two-course hot buffet lunch. Download BOOKING FORM
4-10 March UK Climate Week in UK
4-11 March Lincoln
'Challenge of Climate Change display (& related topics) at St
Mary-le-Wigford Lincoln LN5 7EQ

7 March Milton keynes Kathryn Shepherd - who works for the United Sustainable Energy Agency as Projects Assistant for the Affordable Warmth Network in Milton Keynes, Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire, will talk about:
 keeping warm
 making fuel costs affordable
 reducing your energy usage
 the availability of grants
With plenty of time afterwards for questions and discussion.
7.30pm at the Well, Willen Newport Road, Willen, MK15 9AA
Cost: £3 per person . details:
7 March Lincoln
1.15pm (following the 12.30pm silent eucharist at Mary-le-Wigford Lincoln LN5 7EQ) Geoff Stratford will introduce a discussion on Lincolnshire’s Energy Future. £2 hot jacket potato lunch. All welcome.
9 March Bexhill

March 9th in Climate Week, organised by Stop Climate Chaos, in Bexhill – an exhibition of FOE photos. - this is part of:- PUBLIC DISCUSSION - DROP-IN ENERGY CAFE - from 9.30am -Guest speakers:

Greg Barker Bexhill and Battle MP (Minister for Energy and Climate Change)- Donna Hume/Liz Hutchins Renewable Energy Specialist (Friends of the Earth) - Richard Watson - Fuel Poverty Specialist (Energize Sussex Coast & Bexhill Energy Advice Centre)- t Centre Stage, 78 London Road, Bexhill-on-Sea TN39 3LB:

9.30 a.m. Meet the policy experts, network with local organisations

10.30 a.m. - 11.30 a.m. Official launch and speakers

Energy advice sessions from midday - 5 pm

Free refreshments will be provided

A chance to see Friends of the Earth's award winning photo display featuring renewable energy, hear expert speakers on these important issues, meet local renewable energy installers, community energy groups and experts on insulation.

12 March Hereford
Hereford Christian Ecology Group discussion focusing on 'Storm of Hope 2013' and CEL's Rainforest Fund project, at St John's Methodist Church, St Owen Street, Hereford HR1 2PR, 7.30 pm
16 March Leeds

CEL Day Conference, The Stream of Life, Saturday 16th March 2013 -

The Stream of Life, Saturday 16th March 2013 -Tributaries and trails of thanksgiving, vulnerability and radical choice.

A CEL day of celebration with Philip Roderick
Director of the Quiet Garden Movement
Leader of Contemplative Fire
Adviser in spirituality, Sheffield Diocese

  • Explore with body, mind and spirit the relationship between God, nature and the human.
  • Deepen your discipleship and prophetic practice in church, community and daily life.

Oxford Place Methodist Centre Leeds LS1 3AX Cost: £15 (£10 for CEL members).

17 March Harrogate Special Eco-service at St Peters followed by stalls. 9.30am and 11am. includes talk by Jemima Parker, Diocsesan Environment Officer.
22 March World World Water Day
23 March World Earth Hour 8.30pm - turn off your lights! What else can you do?
28 March Bristol Facilitation Training Day – Bristol 2013 - Time: 10.00—16.00 -Gain the tools and techniques to make your facilitation engaging and productive Talk Action
31 March World Easter Sunday
22 April World Earthday 2013
9 Apr Hereford Hereford Christian Ecology Group present a talk by the Revd David Vonberg, Head of Family Support at St Michael's Hospice: 'New developments - the environmental and spiritual challenge', at St John's Methodist Church, St Owen Street, Hereford HR1 2PR, 7.30 pm
13 Apr Selly, Oak, Bh'm Selly Oak Methodist Church Green Group Langleys Rd, Birmingham, B29 7JL Green Fair Saturday 2 – 4pm Stalls will include Arts & Crafts, Woodturning Cakes & Jams Jewellery & Knitting Toys Plants Information about green living Refreshments by “Change Kitchen” Further details from 01214714175
16 Euston We need to talk about consumption - 7-9pm Friends Meeting House, Euston - Join us to talk about consumption, climate change, inequality and the lives we'd like to lead... The event is OPEN & FREE to attend, and will include the launch of a new animation. 
19-22 Apr Lancaster

Faith and the environment: A weekend of discussion, action and reflection leading up to Earth Day - Lancaster Methodist Church Scotfoth Road LA1 4TE

Friday 19th April


THE AGE OF STUPID - directed by Franny Armstrong

Saturday 20th April


TALKS - by Franny Armstrong, Mark Dowd and David Robinson, Stuart Walker and John Smith


CONCERT FOR THE ENVIRONMENT - David Ferrard plus support

Sunday 21st April


A SERVICE ON THE THEME: FAITH AND THE ENVIRONMENT at Lancaster Methodist Church [1] led by Lynne Blair, Methodist Local Preacher


WORKSHOPS - on Faith and the Environment for different age groups


TAIZÉ WITH A TWIST - a contemplative service inspired by Taizé and focusing on the theme of being connected to our environment

Monday 22nd April, Earth Day


A MULTI-FAITH VIGIL FOR EARTH DAY - the culmination of our event


20 Apr Exeter A special Climate Communion service will be held at the Justice, Peace and Creation Chapel at Exeter Cathedral on Saturday 20th April at 12 noon, led by Canon Andrew Godsall.
22 April World Earthday 2013
24 Apr London DRAX Demonstration about Biofuels at London AGM
24 Apr


6:30pm Speaker & Supper Evening. Mr Christopher Jones 'The Agriculture and Theology Project' seeking to bring biblical and ethical principles to bear on issues and trends in world farming. At Rugby Methodist Church Centre, Russelsheim Way, Rugby, Warwickshire CV22 7TB. Cost £7.Tickets from Dorn Margetts, tel: 01788 824195, email: Last day for booking: Wednesday 17th April.

24 April Bristol Earthkeepers: An environmental conference for churches in the Diocese of Bristol at Bristol Cathedral on April 24th from 4pm to 7pm (including Evensong-The conference will be used to launch a number of major environmental initiatives for the Diocese and it will also be an opportunity for consultation over future environmental priorities. The conference will include presentations on the following initiatives: • sMeasure: an online energy auditing tool • Energy saving and benchmarking your church • Launching ‘For Creed and Creation’ booklet • Eco-church Southwest update • and more... We shall also begin to redraft our diocesan environmental policy on the day. . To register your commitment, please either visit, call our office (0117 955 7430) or email
5 May World International Dawn Chorus Day
5 May Newsholme, Oakworth, Bradford Diocese Rogation Sunday Service at St John's, Newsholme on Sunday 5th May at 10.30 a.m. We shall start with a short Eucharist, before going outside and walking (a short way!) to bless the water, the fields and the livestock. We plan to offer tea and biscuits/cake after the service. All are very welcome to this little church which was made from an upper room in the old farmhouse of what is called Church Farm, BD22 0QT,
5 May Broughton, near Skipton Meet at Church at 10.50am for rogation service
5 May World Rogation Sunday 2013 and here and here
10 May Cheltenham A Year of Food & Faith - Father Tom Cullinan, monk priest of Liverpool Archdiocese, - author, 'If the Eye be Sound', 'The Passion of Political Love', 'Presence' etc. - 7.30pm at The Old Priory, Clarence St., Cheltenham GL50 3LE (adjacent to St Gregory's Church) admission free – retiring collection Mass will be celebrated at 7pm in St Gregory's by Fr. Tom before his talk.Poster All welcome. Enquiries:
11 May

Hurst Green, Clitheroe

Church goes wild: Drawing workshop at Hurst Green Church near Clitheroe -3pm -Ed Foster will lead a drawing workshop showing us how to draw animals and - The afternoon will be followed by the usual Jacob's Join.

10-12 May Bron y Llys , mid Wales  "Wild Reading" Exploring the idea and practice of reading sacred texts alongside the book of nature and how wild places influence what we read in them. Led by Brian Daines. £110 per person. Bron y Llys is a B&B and retreat house in the Cambrian mountains half way between Llanidloes and Machynlleth
12 May Austwick Yorks Dales Annual Primrose walk - meet at Austwick Church at 3pm - stop for afternoon tea en route.
13-19 May UK Dying Matters Awareness Week - Have you talked to your friends/relatives about any green wishes you have for your funeral? And possessions. Make life easier for your relatives.
16 May Blackburn Cathedral

Cathedral Quarter - Hope for the Urban Landscape: Perspectives from Architecture, Theology and Ecology - A Day Conference at Blackburn Cathedral PROVISIONAL PROGRAMME

Morning Prayer is held in the Jesus Chapel at 8.40am

Coffee and tea from 9.30am


Introducing the Context: Canon Ian Stockton, Canon Chancellor

10.10 -10.55am

Vision and Plans: Architecture and Landscape James Sanderson, Blackburn Cathedral Architect, and Plan-it

11.00 -11.40 am

Theology and the Urban Environment: Professor Tim Gorringe, University of Exeter

11 .45am -12.25pm

Boundless hope, limited sustainability: An ecological perspective on how we quarter the world Canon Professor John Rodwell

12.30 -1.30pm

Buffet Lunch

1.30 - 3.30

Workshop Choices (A, B, C, and D, including regeneration)
A The Pattern Language: implications for planning and building(Tim Gorringe)
B Sustainable regeneration, community cohesion & place-making (Clare Turner)
C Architectural Issues
D Green Cathedrals & Eco-dioceses (John Rodwell)

3.30 – 4.00pm

Plenary Discussion

4.00 – 4.30pm

Final Reflections: Canon Ian Stockton with others

Tea and Coffee available

16 May London Facilitation Training Day – London 2013 Date: Thursday 16th May 2013, Time: 10.00—16.00 Location: TCPA, 17 Carlton House Terrace, London SW1Y 5AS Gain the tools and techniques to make your facilitation engaging and productive
19 May Clapham Yorks Dales Lambing Service - Wenningside Farm, Keasden nr Clapham 7pm
21 May Hereford Hereford Christian Ecology Group AGM, at St John's Methodist Church, St Owen Street, Hereford HR1 2PR, at 7.30 pm
21 May London Talk Action -Volunteer Management Training - London 2013 Date: 21st May 2013 Time: 10.00 - 16.00 Location: TCPA, 17 Carlton House Terrace, London SW1Y 5AS Helping volunteers love you – your organisation and the role they play. -
22 May World International Day for Biological Diversity See also Decade for biodiversity
24-26 May Hilfield Friary Dorchester Hope out of Chaos - Hilfield Friary, Dorchester - Making sense out of caring for a radically changing World - A weekend led by Andy Lester and Sir Ghillean Prance. Andy is the Conservation Director of A Rocha and Sir Ghillean, a committed Christian, is an eminent botanist/conservationist and a former Director of Kew. The two days will include walks, talks, meditation, exercise and quiet.
28 May Ingleton N Yorks

Time: 6.30-7.25 Book Launch-”The Wildflowers of the Ingleton Churchyards” by Doris Cairns Cost: Free Age: Suitable for all Venue: St Mary’s Church Room Come along and join Doris for the launch of her book entitled “The Wildflowers of the Ingleton Churchyards”. Doris has illustrated the book herself with watercolour paintings of the flowers found in the local churchyards. Light refreshments will be available followed by a short walk in churchyard to see some of the flowers. Part of Ingleton OGUG Festival (Ingleton Overground Underground)

Time: 7.30-8.30 Spring Flowers of the Ingleton Area – an Illustrated Presentation by Dr Judith Allinson Cost: Donations in joint aid of Rainforest Fund & St Marys Church. Age: Suitable for all Venue: St Mary’s Church Room Join local botanist Dr Judith Allinson for an illustrated presentation of flowers that can be seen in the Ingleton Glens, limestone pavements and on heather areas at this time of year.

29 May Ingleton N Yorks Time: 6.00-8.30pm The Secret World of Mosses - Workshop - led by Dr Judith Allinson of Craven Conservation Group, this workshop is for absolute beginners and for people who know a tiny bit about mosses. Find out more about mosses found in churchyards, several of which you’ll also find in your garden. There will be an introductory session in the church followed by a walk in the churchyard to see some of the mosses. Hand lenses available for loan. Cost: £5.00 incl. refreshments & handouts. Age: Suitable for all, but tailored for adults. Venue: St Mary’s Church Room. Booking: Essential call 01729 822138. See pictures of a workshop earlier this year - it will be warmer in May. Part of Ingleton OGUG Festival
2 June UK Environment Sunday
2 June Ben Rhydding, Ilkley, W. Yorkshire

St John’s Church, Ben Rhydding celebrate Environment Sunday. This year they will have a special Sunday Service at 10 am based on Save our Seas on the marine environment and marine reserves.

2 June UK The Big Lunch
5 June World World Environment Day
6 June Wytham Woods, Oxford On Thursday, 6th June 2013 we will be holding two events at Wytham Woods near Oxford focussed on connecting with God and nature and exploring expressions of Forest Church. We hope you will join us for one or both Registration for both events on 6th June is essential. Earthing Faith Retreat Day - 9.30am-4.30pm on 6 June This retreat style day will explore the relevance of natural theology to our faith, with lots of space for guided practical exercises interwoven as we walk through the woods. Cost: £22 per person, which will include refreshments, but attendees are asked to bring a packed lunch. Spaces are limited to 25 people, and booking for the day is essential. Register for the day – we will then contact you with details of how to confirm your place with payment.
6 June Wytham Woods, Oxford Earthing Faith network gathering - 7.30pm-9.30pm The focus for the evening will be to introduce the idea of Forest Church and explore together how we might nurture expressions of Forest Church in our local areas and hear from those already running such groups. This will be free of charge and open to anyone. Register for the evening. Please note: both the day and the evening will require walking in the woods and uneven surfaces participants will need to be physically fit to walk in such terrain.
7-9 June Woodbrooke Birm'm Global Restorative Climate Justice – what might it look like? £194 ensuite, £184 standard In her 2011 Swarthmore Lecture, Pam Lunn asked, "What would restorative climate justice look like, on a global scale?" In his 2000 Swarthmore Lecture, Tim Newell explored a Quaker vision of restorative justice. The principles of restorative justice (repair, stakeholder participation, and community transformation) have an obvious relevance to the challenges and opportunities of sustainability. During this weekend we will explore both sustainability and restorative justice issues, how they link and interact, and what our Quaker responses might be. Tutors: Pam Lunn and Tim Newell More 1046 Bristol Road, Birmingham B29 6LJ
8 June World World Ocean Day
9 June Lightcliffe (east of Halifax)

Open Churchyard Event St Matthew’s Church, Lightcliffe (east of Halifax) on 1pm-4pm (in conjunction with Yorkshire Wildlife Trust) -

(Cherishing Churchyards Week) Come and see the work of the Friends of the Churchyard Guided walks, headstone rubbing, refreshments Lightcliffe Church lies in HX3 on the A649 a few miles east of Hipperholme, east of Halifax

9 June & 12 June Skitpon Friends of Raikes Road Burial Ground, Skipton invite you to visit their site on Sunday 9th June and Wednesday, 12th June, 2013 from 10 -3 to see a Ground which is still in its original state following closure in 1876. The Friends are about to start on a restoration project which will see deadwooding, tree and wildflower planting, erecting bat/bird boxes and other wildlife habitats
22 June Wilberfoss, nr York

Open Churchyard Event - St John the Baptist Church, Wilberfoss (A1079 just east of York) on Saturday 22 June 10am-4pm (in conjunction with Yorkshire Wildlife Trust)-

Discover what we are doing to develop our churchyard for wildlife. Information about end of life things and memorials. Church open and refreshments available. Served by East Yorkshire buses

14-23 June UK Green Transport Week
15-23 June Bristol Bristol’s Big Green Week, 15-23rd June.
15-23 June UK National Bike Week 2013
22 June Wilberfoss, nr York

Open Churchyard Event - St John the Baptist Church, Wilberfoss (A1079 just east of York) on Saturday 22 June 10am-4pm (in conjunction with Yorkshire Wildlife Trust)-

Discover what we are doing to develop our churchyard for wildlife. Information about end of life things and memorials. Church open and refreshments available. Served by East Yorkshire buses

22 June



Go Green Fair' in Mel Square, centre of Solihull, now in its 4th year- and bigger and better! - Information on energy saving - Renault Twizzy car; solar cinema; lots of stalls and organisations, Fair Trade; bees & bee friendly activities.
Planned and organised (in conjunction with Solihull MBC) by Solihull Faith Forum Eco group
Sat 22 June Milton Keynes The Well at Willen: A Day is to be organised with Milton Keynes Christian Environment Group and Revd Liz Baker - The Well at Willen - Newport Road, Willen, MK15 9AA, Tel: 01908 242190
23 June St. Ives Cambs St. Ives Free Church (URC) in Cambridgeshire are celbrating 23 June as Environment Sunday: We are asking the congregation to share their photos on this theme. We will use the photos
both on the screen as an aid to our prayers of intercession, and as a display at the centre of our worship. We have found helpful resources at A Rocha's website. Members of the eco-group will be helping lead the worship alongside our Minister. It will be a café style service with L O A F refreshments served.
23-27 June Grzybow, Poland Christianity and Sustainability - a five day workshop in Poland - aims to be challenging and practical - supported by European Union "Learner workshop program" - hence no charge. Closing date for application: 31 Jan 2013
1 July



Lecture: The Tree of Life- 6.00pm- Venue: Gresham College - The Rt Rev'd Richard Chartres, Bishop of London (lecturer) - the Bishop of London will explore trees as spiritual, mystical and religious symbols of faith and life.

2 July Exeter 10am-4pm Free conference of chuch Heating for Churches in the SW. at St Stephen's Church, Exeter- 01392 294940
3 July London
Environmental Sustainability in the Workplace
Time: 10:00-16:00, Location: TCPA, 17 Carlton House Terrace, London SW1Y 5AS -
A practical and comprehensive training day to help your organisation make real efficiency savings, engage with staff and stakeholders and improve the environmental impact of your workplace. 0207 324 4774
1-5 July Bron y Llys , mid Wales  No Planet B - Looking at issues of ecology and faith, our place in creation and how we can create hope in the face of environmental crises. Led by John Bimson. £180 per person.Bron y Llys is a B&B and retreat house in the Cambrian mountains half way between Llanidloes and Machynlleth
5-7 July Milton Keynes Celebrating Creation’s Glory - A Working Retreat in our organic garden - At the Height of Summer work with our gardener Kevin Stephenson to explore the meditative nature of
physical activity. The gardening will be interspersed with sessions of meditation led by Anthony Purvis. This retreat is for the physically active as it will involve practical work in the garden, such as weeding, planting and harvesting, (weather and seasons permitting) - AT THE WELL AT WILLEN, Newport Road, Willen, Milton Keynes, MK15 9AA - Cost £100 inclusive of meals and materials. Please call or email to book
Tel: 01908 242190 - -
7 July

Morden Hall Park

Nat Trust

Green Day Out 2013 festival - The day is aimed at how to live a greener lifestyle with stalls including local food, green gardening tips, eco-crafts and entertainment from live bands. This festival is a great local community event and fun for
all of the family.
7 July Weaverthorpe, Yorks Open Churchyard Event - Weaverthorpe Village Gardens and Church (very species-rich churchyard) 1pm-5pm (entry to gardens £3)
10 July London Climate Emergency Day with Parliamentary Lobby. -
11 July World World Population Day and here
13 July Exeter DEVON’S LIVING CHURCHYARDS Workshop at The Old Deanery, Exeter (including visit to St. Bartholomew’s Churchyard, Exeter) Saturday 13th July 2013 10.00a.m. – 2.00p.m. Numbers Limited Book with Joan Harris 01392-294940 /
13 July London

All invited to Operation Noah's Annual Meeting - 10.30am – 4.30pm - St Aloysius Church Hall, 20 Phoenix Rd, Euston, London NW1 1TA Following a short AGM, Operation Noah will introduce its exciting new national campaign asking churches to disinvest from fossil fuels which will be officially launched in the autumn. Come along and help us by feeding in your ideas.- Ann Pettifor and David Atkinson will speak.

The afternoon, led by CEL chair, Paul Bodenham, will focus on helping supporters communicate effectively on the new campaign and provide an introductory session for Operation Noah Ambassadors and any interested supporters.

Following a short AGM, Operation Noah will introduce its exciting new national campaign asking churches to disinvest from fossil fuels which will be officially launched in the autumn. Come along and help us by feeding in your ideas. - For more information and to book your place please go to:

Ann Pettifor -

David Atkinson - Honary Assistant Bishop of Southwark Diocese


13-18 July High Leigh
Conference Centre
The Earth is the Lord’s: Renewing the Covenant of Creation - Chair: Dr Margaret Barker; Speakers: David Shreeve, Helen Hutchison, Jeffrey Newman, Hylton Philipson, Tom Spencer

19 July London
Engaging Communities on Energy and Climate Change, London 2013 : 10:00 -16:00- London, TCPA, 17 Carlton House Terrace, London, SW1Y 5AS
A course for anyone looking to develop community engagement for energy-saving and climate change.
19-21 July Hayes Conference Centre, Swanwick, ANNUAL JUSTICE & PEACE CONFERENCE ‘Breaking Open the Word: A Call to Faith in Action’ 19 – 21 July 2013, The Hayes Conference Centre, Swanwick, Derbyshire KEYNOTE SPEAKER: Megan McKenna – Theologian, Storyteller, Pax Christi Ambassador for Peace See MORE DETAILS AND BOOKING FORMS AVAILABLE ON THE WEBSITE: Or contact, 020 7901 4864
28 July World International Bog Day
Th 8 - Sat 10 Aug UK

National Moth Night 2013 (includes 2 days...)

16-21 Aug

West Burton, Nottinghamshire
"RECLAIM THE POWER : Join No Dash for Gas for a 4 day camp and protest

Some CEL members will be at the Reclaim the Power direct action camp, 16th - 21st August, in Nottinghamshire, see: . If you would like to meet up and maybe do something together please email
17-24 Aug Lee Abbey, Devon
Earth, Wind and Fire: Experiencing Creation through Isaiah
Lee Abbey, Devon
A creation-loving, family-friendly week to suit all ages. Join Ruth and Greg Valerio as they lead the adult sessions with biblical teach... (read more)
23-26 Aug Cheltenham Greenbelt 2013 - CEL will be taking part - Would you like to help on the CEL stall?
1 Sep - 4 Oct Europe

Creation time - A Season to celebrate and raise awareness of creation and the environment.

There are resources on the Church Of Scotland/EcoCongregation Website:-

2 Sept Cheltenham

Cheltenrham PosterEcology in Christian Tradition from the early church to today. Talk by Norman Tanner S.J. Professor of church history, Gregorian University, Rome. 7.30pm - at The Old Priory, Clarence St, Cheltenham, GL50 3LE (adj to St Gregory's Church). Mass will be celebrated at 7pm before the talk.

Organised by Cheltenham Christian Ecology Link

2 Sept

Moray, Scotland



An Eco-Congregation Network for Moray Meeting on Monday 2nd September 2013, 7.30pm at The New Room, St Giles Church, High Street, Elgin, Moray IV30 1LF to explore setting up an Eco-Congregation network in the Moray area! There are already seventeen different Eco-Congregation networks (see established across the country in areas from Orkney and Aberdeen to Glasgow, Edinburgh, South Lanarkshire and Dumfries and Galloway.
6 Sept Woughton on the Green, Milton Keynes Nature and Christian Faith - St Mary’s Church, Woughton on the Green - MK Parks Trust (Nicky Saunders)
Arocha (Nigel Hopper) - 6pm Bring and share meal
7.15-9.15pm speakers and discussion
Come for one or both parts of the evening.
For more information:
6 Sept Sheffield Speak Event: St Mark's Church Broomhill
7 Sept


Eco-Congregation Scotland:- Local Networks Seminar 2013 - 11am – 3.30pm in Dunblane Cathedral Halls.

The seminar is a great opportunity for active members of our (now 17!) local networks to get together, exchange ideas, learn from each other and discuss issues of common concern. Trevor Jamison, our new Environmental Chaplain, is to lead a session on “Ways of Understanding the Human Role in Creation”. There will be a “Swap Shop”: an opportunity to swap ideas and information with other representatives from networks across the country and discussion of “Members’ Topics” on a diverse range of subjects from plastics to greening lifestyles and growing Eco-Congregation membership locally.

10 Sept Perth, Scotland Perth Eco-Congregation network: Trevor will speak on “the Environmental Imperative for Christians”. It is planned to invite all local churches, whether or not they are Eco-congregations.
11 Sept St Ethelburga's, London
This autumn sees the launch of a significant new programme of work at St Ethelburga's. Re-imagining the Sacred is an inter-disciplinary exploration of some of the most critical issues of the day, and seeks to re-think how we relate to economics, envrionment, food, education, conflict and more. It includes 7 public talks and an action learning group that travel a 10 month journey together going deeply into the themes.
We have started the process of building an online bank of resources to accompany the series - we'll be recording all the events and researching articles, videos, organisations and active tools that can make the thinking behind this series available to a wider audience.
Why not sign up for the action learning group, or come to the launch event on Wed 11th Sept?
11 Sept

Gifford East Lothian

East Lothian Eco-Congregation Network Meeting.
7.30pm at Yester Parish Church, Main Street, Gifford EH41 4QH, when the Reverend Trevor Jamison, Environmental Chaplain, Eco-Congregation Scotland will be giving a talk about “Looking at the Bible through Green-Tinted Lenses”: reading the Bible as an inspiration for environmental action. There will also be an opportunity to see and hear about Yester’s biomass boiler and there will be a short time in the meeting for “network business”: planning a programme for 2013-14 and looking at ways of encouraging new congregations – and each other.
14 Sept West kirby West Kirby "Earth Fest" event
14 Sept Chester
NJPN Networking Day - Open Meeting - 10.30am—4pm St Columba, Plas Newton Lane, CHESTER CH2 1SA - The Economics of Killing: How the West Fuels Wars and Poverty in the Developing World - Key Speaker: Vijay Mehta, Uniting for Peace - For further details contact: Ann Kelly Tel: 020 7901 4864 Email:
15 Sept London As Arctic sea ice melts to record lows -- Join parade in London on 15 Sept
15 Sept Mid Wales
Equinox ritual and shared meal.
Close to the four solar festivals of solstice and equinox, Mid Wales Forest Church focuses on ritual and celebration; a deliberate, sacred pause to mark the turning wheel and to share food and friendship.

We'll meet at 4pm on the 15th Sep but you may want to come earlier to help set up or get in the mood. All are welcome.

16-20 Sep Europe European Mobility Week
18 Sept Burnside, Lanarkshire South Lanarkshire EcoCongregation Network Meeting
7.30pm at Burnside Building of Burnside Blairbeth Church, Church Avenue, Rutherglen, Burnside G73 5BX, when the Reverend Trevor Jamison, Environmental Chaplain, Eco-Congregation Scotland will be giving a talk about “Looking at the Bible through Green-Tinted Lenses”: reading the Bible as an inspiration for environmental action.
19 Sept

The environmental movement and immigration.

The Old Music Hall, 106 - 108 Cowley Road,
Oxford, OX4 1JE
United Kingdom


If you want to book onto any of the events, please just email me. If you know of other people who might be interested, please forward the details to them.
Kind regards,
Alex Randall
Project Manager: UK Climate Change and Migration Coalition.
We exist to challenge the lack of long-term strategies to support and protect people at risk of displacement linked to environmental change.
21 Sept Lostwithiel, Cornwall

Cornish Celtic Christianity gathering/pilgrimage will be at and to St Nectan's Chapel and St Winnow Church near Lostwithiel on the day of the Autumn Equinox, (so as not to get lost, rendezvous in the lane just by Down End Garage on the A390 near Lostwithiel between 11 and 11.30 am - (perhaps we might mail you a map?). There is a snack bar open everyday just opposite St Winnow Church, by the River Fowey. At each location, the gathering will include an account of the life and times of each Saint.

21 Sept-6 Oct UK British Food Fortnight
22 Sept World World Car Free Day
29 Sept UK Back to Church Sunday
Mon 30 Sept Carlops Soil Structure – talk by Dr Bruce Ball – SRUC – Monday 30th September in Carlops Church at 7.30pm (the Eco-Congregation Esk and Tweed Network’s meeting)-Dr Ball’s interests are in soil physics, particularly soil structure and soil gases.- Alongside colleagues, his research currently involves investigation of how organic farming, dairy farming, crofting, tillage and compaction influence greenhouse gas emissions and soil quality.- He is also interested in the spiritual and ethical connections between soil, agriculture and communities – with a view to improving food security by empowering farmers.

2 Oct

14 Oct

The Old Music Hall, 106 - 108 Cowley Road,
Oxford, OX4 1JE
United Kingdom
4 Oct World World Animal Day
4, Ascot

“Reading the Bible in a time of environmental crisis” with Prof Richard Bauckham. - - Climate change and the Christian
Friday 4th October 2013
Location: All Saints' Church, Ascot SL5 8DQ
Time: 7.30pm
For more information: Email:
A series of talks on the most important issue of our time.

6 Oct UK Animal Welfare Sunday
9 Oct Aberd-eenshire Trevor will talk about “Eco Worship”. to meeting of Churches and individuals in Aberdeenshire interested in Eco-Congregation
10 Oct Milton Keynes Earthing Faith Event - on Food and Sustainability - 7.30-9.30pm, at Christ the Vine Community Church, Milton Keynes, MK6 5EG Rev Liz Baker from The Well at Willen will then lead us in a St John Nicolle, before we have an update and Q+A on the Enough Food for Everyone If… campaign with Maranda and David Frost. We'll end with a brief look at World Vision's environment footprint work.
11, Oct Ascot

“The Science of Climate Change: A guide for the layman” with Dr Martin and Revd Margot Hodson - Location: All Saints' Church, Ascot SL5 8DQ
Time: 7.30pm -information:
A series of talks on the most important issue of our time.

12 Oct



Dogology: Animals & Faith! - During this day we will explore the significance of animals to us in our faith and belief. We will consider animals in the Bible, with the saints, and with us today. - 10.00 am - 3.30 pm - Led by Bishop Tom Butler
Author & Contributor to BBC R4s ‘Thought for the Day’ - £ 18.00 (includes lunch & refreshments) - This event is running in partnership with Christians Aware - To book or for more details, contact: Rachael Salmon, The Mirfield Centre, Stocks Bank Road, Mirfield, WF14 0BW - Tel: 01924 481920 e-mail:
Director: Revd June Lawson Administrator: Rachael Salmon
14 Oct Hereford Hereford Christian Ecology Group will host a talk entitled ‘The Green Deal: golden opportunity or cause of the blues?’ by Dave Green(Accredited as an Energy Assessor and Green Deal Advisor for both domestic and commercial properties) at St John’s Methodist Church Hall, St Owen Street, Hereford HR1 2PR, at 7.30 pm, as part of h.Energy Week
14-20 Oct World Could you take part in or organise a vigil against Corruption? see Exposed Campaign supported by Micah challenge, the bible society, World Evangelical Alliance and others.
14 Oct St Paul's London EXPOSED at St Paul's - London,at 18:00
St Paul's Cathedral - St. Paul's Churchyard - London
EC4M 8AD - A major EXPOSED vigil, gathering on the steps of St Paul's on Monday 14th October 2013, 6PM. The chapel of St Michael and St George will then be open for people to drop in and sign the global petition during daytime hours from 15th-18th October
Contact Email:
20-27 Oct UK One World Week 2013
17 Oct London

ECCR Open Debate: Church investment: witness or whitewash? 17 October, London

ECCR’s Open Debate 2013 is highly topical in view of the recent issue about the Church of England Pensions Board and Wonga which became a lead story on the national news over the summer. Delegates will have the opportunity to discuss the issue with panellists from the Church Investors Group, Operation Noah and Methodist Tax Justice Network. ECCR will be launching the yourfaithyourfinance website and our three year project Ethical Money Churches at this event. Thursday 17 October; 4.30-6.30pm; Friends House, 173 Euston Road, London, NW1 2BJ. Contact Helen Boothroyd to book a place: 07503 931172.

18-20 Oct Ringsfield, Beccles CEL Retreat/Weekend Ringsfield, Beccles, Suffolk:
18 Oct Ascot

“Saving souls – not seals?: The Gospel and Climate Change” with Revd Dr Darrell D Hannah - Climate change and the Christian
Friday 4th October 2013
Location: All Saints' Church, Ascot SL5 8DQ
Time: 7.30pm
For more information: Email:
A series of talks on the most important issue of our time.

19 Oct Norton, Malton Trinity Methodist Church, Commercial Street, Norton, Malton, YO17 9ES - at 10am to 3.30pm -
"Rising Tides : Climate Change Challenges and Mission".
Here's the church on the map - Keynote speaker:
Dr Julia Edwards ( Mission Partner and Climate Change Advisor for the Pacific Conference of Churches)
Participation from local environmental groups.
Bring lunch, drinks provided.
20 Oct



EXPOSED Vigil Against Corruption Southwell & Nottingham Diocese - Mansfield, United Kingdom - at 18:00 - St John's Centre - St John's Street
Mansfield - NG18 1QH - Contact keithhebden[at]
22 Oct Carnoustie Angus and Dundee Eco-Congregation groups - St Anne’s RC Church in Carnoustie, topic: Waste and Recycling
23 Oct Settle One World Week talk by Alex Jones of Christian Aid organised by Churches Together in Settle at Settle Methodist Church Hall 7: "More than enough.."
23 Oct Heading-ton Quarry Oxon  “Saving Paradise” – Talk by Revd Paula Clifford 8:00 pm - 9:30 pm Holy Trinity Church, Trinity Rd, Headington Quarry, Oxfordshire OX3 Free talk as part of Holy Trinity, Headington Quarry’s “Earthing Faith” initiative. All welcome.

Paula Clifford was formerly Head of Theology at Christian Aid and the Archbishop of Canterbury’s adviser on climate change. She is the author of Angels with Trumpets: The Church in a Time of Global Warming.

23 Oct London

John Stott Lecture:

  • Rev Dr Chris Wright, International Ministries Director of Langham Partnership International, who will speak on the biblical basis for environmental engagement
  • David Nussbaum, Chief Executive for WWF-UK, who will reflect on his involvement as a Christian working in a conservation charity

6pm - Venue: Huxley Lecture Theatre, ZSL London Zoo, Regent's Park, Outer Cir, London NW1 4RY - Cost: £9 plus £0.90 booking fee. (or £10 on the day if there is space) Includes light refreshments and half-price entry to the zoo on the day.

23 Oct Settle, N Yorks One World Week: LOAF Meal and Talk: "More than Enough If..?" by Alex Jones of Christian Aid. 6.45pm for 7pm Meal and 7.30pm talk. Donations. St John's Church Hall, Settle, BD24 9NT
24 Oct Bishops Cleeve
At Bishop's Cleeve we (Churches Together) have Ruth Valerio coming to speak under the heading of "Enough Food for everyone IF" on the subject "Why the food we eat is a Christian issue" (Thursday 24th October in the Parish Church)
25 Oct Ascot “How should we then live?”
26 Oct Cardiff

ECCR partnership conference: Finance: what’s faith got to do with it? 26 October, Cardiff

ECCR is holding a conference on ethical investment “Finance: what’s faith got to do with it? - putting your money to work ethically”, in partnership with CCLA,, the Church in Wales, Fair Trade Wales, Shared Interest and the University of Cardiff Business School. Saturday 26 October; 9.30am-2pm; Lecture Theatre L03, Aberconway Building, Cardiff Business School, Colum Drive, Cardiff, CF10 3EU. Lunch included. Free of charge. Enquiries and booking form: 0191 233 9102

30 Oct Edinburgh
Fossil-free tour. As part of this campaign, Operation Noah is working with the student group People & Planet to organise Bill McKibben‘s tour of the UK. Desmond Tutu, Naomi Klein and others will also be speaking and the show will be an inspiring mix of music, art and discussion. If you invite your fringe green friends to anything this year, this is the thing to invite them to!
The tour will be in Edinburgh on Wednesday 30th October, Birmingham on Thursday 31st October and London on Friday 1st November.
31 Oct Birmingham
1 Nov London
31 Oct Banchory, Aberdeenshire
Banchory West Church:Prof R.J. "Sam" Berry to talk on on "Whose World? Who Cares?"

2 Nov London CEL Annual Members Meeting 2013, St Aloysius Church, Euston, London NW1 1TA. Bring your lunch and we will provide drinks from 1pm. Non-members are very welcome to the AMM and to the workshop which follows it:
‘A Way of Life: Sustaining discipleship for a fragile planet’.
Some CEL members observe a rule of life. It is their covenant with the earth and with others to seek to live according to God’s design. Hear from members of various communities how a rule of life helps them ‘keep on keeping on’. There will also be opportunity to consider what form your own life might take, whether you are new to the idea of a rule or not, and how CEL can support you in fulfilling it. This may lead to CEL creating our own distinctive rule or ‘Way of Life’.
4 Nov St Martin in the Fields, London

Alastair McIntosh
On the Frontiers: Violence, Nonviolence and the Earth
Alastair McIntosh is a Scottish scholar, educator, broadcaster, and spiritual activist. Recent books include: Soil and Soul: People versus Corporate Power, and Rekindling Community: Connecting People,
Environment and Spirituality. Part of a series of talks (7 Oct- 18 Nov) On the Frontiers: at St Martin in the Fields

4-8 Nov Scargill House, Yorkshire
Why Should We Care For God’s World?
Scargill House, Yorkshire
A biblical and practical exploration on the theme of caring for God’s world - Led by Steve Hughes Using reflections on key bible passage... (read more)
9 Nov Buxton
Sat 9 Nov 10am till 4pm, United Reformed Church, Hardwick Square East, Buxton
Alternative Economics Seminar organised by Transition Buxton. a day of talks and workshops run by experts.

Questions being addressed include: Why is the economy in such a mess?; Is perpetual growth essential?; Can it be sustainable? plus workshops on Zero Growth, Local Currencies, Steady State Strategy and Participatory Budgeting.

Free admission, donations accepted. Refreshments provided, 'bring and share' lunch.
For more information, or to reserve a place, call 07769 627133.

9 Nov   The Speak Autumn Folk Cabaret - Celebrating and Inspiring Global Justice. The Galley Cafe Bethnal Green doors Open 7pm
9 Nov Chinnor, Ox A Rocha UK Regional Event 11.30am
Village Centre, Chinnor, Oxfordshire

We are delighted that George Lings, the Church Army’s Director of Research will be joining us for the day. He and our very own Ruth Valerio will be leading inspiring meditations around the theme, ‘The Sacred Spaces that People Occupy.’  We will also enjoy a great lunch together and there will be time to take in the beauty of this project.

Places are limited so if you would like to come, please contact our Office Manager, Maria Masih, on 0208 574 5935 or  by email.

16 Nov Chester
The Food Matters conference on food security in the developing world features two keynote speakers: Patrick Mulvany Senior Policy Adviser for Practical Action – main focus agricultural biodiversity for food and work security; and Dr Michel Pimbert, Director of the Centre for Agro-ecology, Coventry University, has worked with the International Crops Research Institute .
Also: four workshops led by NGOs : Action Aid on tax avoidance; Cafod on small farmers; Christian Aid on land grabs; and Oxfam on transparency in company/governments dealings – (IF campaign topics).
Lunch 12.30-2.00 may include a video or skype from Mindanao with which Cheshire has strong connections.
Venue: Best Building, Chester Campus, University of Chester.
Sat 16th November 10am-4.30pm. £10 including lunch and refreshments.
Further information tel: 01244 375606/383668
16 Nov Sheffield
Ann Pettifor - Just Economics , the international economist, who predicted the financial meltdown of 2007, with others at the New Economics Foundation, in" Real World Economic Outlook" in 2003 and again in her own book "The Coming First World Debt Crisis" in 2006, is talking about Just Economic's at St Mark's Church, Broomhill on Saturday, 16 November from 10 am to 3:30 pm (cost £14 but students and unwaged £5). Many will remember her excellent talk at the Cathedral in 2009. In relation to the current financial crisis, Ann argues that the austerity measures are not needed, will not work and are undoubtedly unjust. She is saying that the economy must serve human need rather than human needs being sacrificed to a one eye and amoral view of economics. She shows convincingly how we can make the economic system work to serve the needs of our society and our world, including dealing with the pressing challenges of climate change. Book at St Mark's CRC, 4 St Mark's Crescent, Sheffield S10 2SG. Phone (0114) 266 3613, or turn up at the door.

16 Nov Southwark Cathedral
17 Nov

Aylesford nr Maidstone


"Green" service on Sunday November 17th at 10 am, at St
Peter and St Paul's church in Aylesford (near Maidstone), speaker: Prof R.J. (Sam) Berry
17 Nov World World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims - third Sunday of November





Come and hear Siobhan Grimes talk about the role of churches and Christians in weaning us off our addiction to fossil fuels and their impact on the climate

Siobhan is an eco-activist with Climate Rush, an organising
member of Christianity Uncut, winner of The Sheila
McKechnie Foundation Campaigner Award for her
work pressuring the Church of England to face up to
the climate impact of their fossil fuel investments.
She is currently a trustee for Operation Noah and is
working on the Bright Now Compaign to champion
fossil free churches.
7.00 p.m. at the Wilson Carlile Centre, 50 Cavendish Street, Sheffield, S3 7RZ

The evening will include a Pie & Pea Supper or a
vegetarian alternative  (admission to the  event and
meal is free but a contribution of £5.00 per head is
requested to offset costs)

To reserve your place contact Julia Alder,
Diocese of Sheffield on 01709 309133 or e-mail
Contributions taken on the evening

1 Dec Northallerton Zion URC Church - Advent Service with environment theme.
7 Dec The Well at Willen, Milton keynes

Sat, December 7, 10am – 4pm WAITING, WAITING Come, Lord Jesus: Abiding Together’ - A quiet day using poetry, woodcarvings and silence to help us prepare to celebrate anew the birth of our Lord. Sarah Burrow is a parish priest in Bedfordshire. Woodcarving, vegetable growing and singing are three great loves and a favourite quotation is from Mother Julian of Norwich: ‘God looks at us with compassion and not with blame - Rev. Sarah BurrowSaturday 7th December10am to 4pm The Well at Willen, Newport Road, Willen, MK15 9AA, Tel: 01908 242190. Email:

14 Dec Outside St Paul's, London 2pm - not a cel event, though some cel members may be spotted - In 2014 the Church of England considers Fossil Fuel divestment.
To celebrate we will be performing our own Fossil Free nativity play on the steps of St Pauls, London.
26 Dec 2013 Ripon

Boxing Day 9.30am Eucharist at Ripon Cathedral and Pilgrimage to Fountains Abbey, led by Bishop of Ripon and Leeds - Walk of about 4 miles,through beautiful scenery, carol service at Fountains Abbey at the end.

See pictures from 2011



Individual months recorded in 2013:-

J F M A M J J A S O N D 7 14 17 9 16 14 15 4 21 27 12 4

Individual months recorded in 2012:-

J F M A M J J A S O N D 11 18 20 20 45 30 10 5 28 33 11 4

Number of events recorded in previous years.

2005 220
2006 220
2007 350
2008 300
2009 365
2010 220
2011 223
2012 233
2013 162


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