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Food Choices Talk

Zero Carbon Haddenham are hosting a fascinating talk on our food system, the choices we can make, and the impacts on our environment and climate change.

This is taking place at the conference room, Haddenham Village Hall on Tuesday 26th April, 7.30pm (doors open 7pm for light refreshments).

This will be a hybrid meeting — you can opt to attend the meeting in person or register to view it online via zoom — tickets are free.

To book a place for the talk, please sign in using this Eventbrite link

To register for the online version, there is another link on the Eventbrite page.

For those attending online you will be admitted from the Zoom waiting room at 7.15pm.

Covid info for live meeting: please consider wearing a mask to protect the more vulnerable members of our community. The room doors will be kept partly open to improve ventilation.

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