Join the birthday celebrations at the Grey Lynn Farmers Market on Sunday 27th September 9am – 12.30pm
Featuring CAKE (at 11am), FACE PAINTING, and The Rocking Roller-Coasters from 10am!
Win a hamper featuring Ripe Deli Recipe Book, re-usable bag, Lothlorien Feijoa Wine, Spaceman Coffee, Il Casaro cheeses, Kraut Koutoure, Grey Lynn Honey and more local goodies. Become a Friend of the Market for $30 this Sunday to go into the draw for one of two hampers.
When you become a Friend of the Market you will also get weekly specials at GLFM stalls, discounted entry into workshops, and free use of the Community Trading Table. Plus, you are taking an active role in supporting the local food movement!
And a special announcement from the market that starting Sunday 27th September, GLFM will be PLASTIC BAG FREE. So BYOB (bags/ boxes/ baskets). ReMaterialise will be at market, who up-cycle plastic bags into awesome reusable bags.
The last Sunday of the month is also Car Boot Market
just down the road in the RSC carpark 1 Francis St from 8.30am
Hello friends of Board games
The Point Chev TT group had a great successful board games night so are having another one, please see the invite flyer below for details and fwd to your friends and family.
We have Raine, the Game Dame with us and she will bring many new and interesting games again – and you might want to bring your favourite games to play.
There’s great pub food available at affordable prices, just come a bit earlier for dinner.
See you around, Ellen & Heidi on behalf of TT Pt Chev
HAPPY PLASTIC FREE JULY! This month is dedicated to raise awareness of the devastation caused by plastic pollution & simple steps you can take to help avoid the top for pollutants; plastic bags, plastic straws, take-out coffee cups & plastic drink bottles. For more information and fantastic resources check out the official Plastic Free July site.
Grey Lynn 2030 Waste Away are running a campaign throughout the month including asking locals to show why they choose reusable bags. Here is Martin Leach, editor of the Ponsonby News at the Grey Lynn Farmers Market.
Grey Lynn 2030 Waste Away is right behind this petition organised by Our Seas our Future
One of the biggest issues facing our oceans and coasts is pollution. An estimated 4.8 to 12.7 million metric tons of plastic entered the ocean in 2010 from people living within 50 kilometres of the coast in 192 countries.
Plastic pollution has a direct effect on coastal and marine wildlife, and thousands of marine animals are killed each year as they mistake floating plastics for food or they become entangled in it. Plastic ingestion has been documented from small fish to sea birds and large mammals.
Plastics clog waterways, and end up in landfills where they may take many decades to thousands of years to break down into smaller particles that continue to pollute the environment.
The world is taking action against the problem of plastic bags, and the list of countries and states banning plastic bags and introducing plastic bag charges is growing. New Zealand can be a part of the growing global community phasing out plastic bags.
We can have a Plastic Bag Free New Zealand.
Sign the petition