Climate Carnival events: Tuesday 26 October

Climate Carnival event details for Tuesday 26 October.

Events are shown in time order, from the earliest to the latest.


Urban Ecology Trail: Self-guided tour

Time: All day
Location: Across H&F
Sign up: None required

Our H&F Urban Ecology Trail has been launched as part of the Climate Carnival! This trail showcases some of the projects we’ve worked with our housing communities to deliver. Access the map and guide here and get your walking shoes on.


Breakfast briefing: Travel

Time: 8:30am
Location: Online webinar
Sign up: Register for the travel breakfast briefing (Eventbrite)

Travel is a fundamental part of our lives, from going to work, to picking up groceries to walking the dog. This talk will showcase how changing the way we travel results in cleaner air, safer streets and healthier lifestyles.


Craft activities at Edward Woods Community Centre

This is a family-friendly event
Time: From 10am to 12 noon
Location: Edward Woods Community Centre
Sign up: None required

Craft activities will be recycling everyday items for the children to create play items with. We will also be crafting mini-world globes and the story time book will be about climate change and looking after the planet. To highlight our message we will also be face painting the earth on the children.


Cycle repair training by Fix Your Cycle

Time: 10am
Location: White City Place Plaza
Sign up: Register for cycle repair training (Eventbrite)

Fix Your Cycle is getting involved in the Climate Carnival by running four cycle repair training sessions on 26 October at White City Place Plaza. From fixing a flat tyre to completing your own safety checks, you'll be cycle ready by the end of the workshop.


Active Travel Festival

This is a family-friendly event
Time: 11am
Location: Lyric Square, Hammersmith
Sign up: None required

Come down to Lyric Square and take part in the range of activities and talks, including Dr Bike, e-charge point demos and a show of what is inside an air quality monitor. This is an outdoor event so please dress weather appropriate.


Guided cycling tours

Times and locations: 

  • 11:30am Hammersmith to Westfield in Shepherds Bush and back via Brook Green
  • 1pm Hammersmith to Fulham Broadway and back via the river
  • 2:30pm Hammersmith to Turnham Green via the river, and back via the cycleway 

Sign up: Register for the guided cycling tours (Google Forms)

H&F, in partnership with Hammersmith BID, are offering three guided tours to show you how to cycle to and from town centres across the borough.


Flying Green: Pilot Unmanned Ariel Vehicles (UAVs)

This event is aimed at 12 to 17 year olds
Time: From 1pm to 5pm
Location: TBC (in person) 
Sign up: Register for the Flying Green programme (Microsoft Forms)

As part of the Climate Carnival, Urban Flyers will be running Flying Green – an innovative climate change drone tech programme lasting for three days, where local young people aged can learn how to pilot Unmanned Ariel Vehicles (UAVs) to map and survey local green spaces, conservation areas, and littering and pollution using modern software and systems.

Book your free space now. Places will be allocated on a first come first served basis.

Please note you must be committed to attending the full three-day programme to secure a place.


Family cookery session with Nourish Hub

This is a family-friendly event, aimed at 11 to 14 year olds
Time: 2pm
Location: Nourish Hub, W11 4SS
Sign up: Register for the family cookery session (Eventbrite)

Free family cookery sessions! From the hubs new education kitchen, you will develop your family's cookery skills and confidence to prepare tasty, affordable meals whilst exploring the impact of food waste on the environment. Young people to be accompanied by a parent or guardian.


HF Cyclists panel discussion (community event)

Time: 6:30pm
Location: Sands End Arts and Community Centre
Sign up: Register for the HF Cyclists panel discussion (Eventbrite)

This is a panel discussion, looking beyond transport infrastructure to urban planning and the way our mobility changes the way we experience our cities and each other.