A group of parishioners enjoyed a picnic to celebrate all things ‘green’, as part of Great Big Green Week.
The event had been arranged by Peninsula Environmental Action Together (PEAT) and marked the end of the Greening Campaign and the scarecrow competition. Everyone was asked to bring their own picnic, chair or rug, plus tealight lanterns. After a miserable start to the day, the weather turned to a beautiful evening. Live music was provided by the Sands Band, and there were stalls, games and craft activities for children, displays celebrating he scarecrow competition, and information about green issues, including the forthcoming summit COP26 in November.
St Paul’s were happy to be there to support this group.