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First ever Camden Green Summit tomorrow

PUBLISHED: 14:53 16 July 2010 | UPDATED: 17:03 07 September 2010

CAMDEN S inaugural Green Summit takes place on Saturday to give eco-friendly residents the chance to put forward their ideas about making the borough greener. Parliament Hill School is hosting the summit which is open to residents, community groups and or

CAMDEN'S inaugural Green Summit takes place on Saturday to give eco-friendly residents the chance to put forward their ideas about making the borough greener.

Parliament Hill School is hosting the summit which is open to residents, community groups and organisations who want to join in the environmental debate.

Celebrities Derek Jacobi, Victoria Wood and Terry Gilliam have joined forces with the council to put on the summit which will set in motion a vision for Camden's journey to being a sustainable, low carbon place by 2030.

There will be a whole range of activities and workshops on recycling, growing food, energy-saving and a bicycle surgery.

The celebrities are donating their personal memorabilia for a give and take with a twist - residents give ideas in exchange for celebrity items.

The summit takes place between 10am and 3pm at the school on Highgate Road. For more information visit www.camden.gov.uk/greensummit.


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