Date(s) - 23/01/2022
3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Come to our free screening at The Parkhouse Centre on Sunday, 23rd January at 3pm – there’s two films focusing on the impact of climate change on Cornwall. ‘Living on the Edge’ focuses on sea-level rise and coastal erosion. Look out for gorgeous panoramic shots of our local landmarks and beaches including The Pepperpot and Widemouth Bay.
It also includes interviews with Bude Climate Partnership’s Rob Uhlig and Bude-Stratton Town Council’s Francesca Churchill-Zerilli.
‘Plenty More Fish?’, the second in Cornwall Climate Care’s trilogy will also be screened during the afternoon.
The film screenings will be followed by a Q&A with some specially invited guests, including the films’ director Claire Wallerstein. You can also get an update on the progress of moving Bude’s iconic storm tower, which is in peril due to sea-level rise and coastal erosion.
Tea, coffee and cakes will be available at the screening. To book free tickets go here – www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/cornwall-climate-stories-film-screening-tickets-228470640837
The screening is organised by Bude Climate Partnership, BSTC & Transition Bude.