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There is NO Planet B.



at Royal Porcelain Works,
17 – 31 August 2021

An exhibition celebrating our Planet Earth and the diversity and beauty of the natural world, wildlife, sea-life and landscape,
featuring the work of The Monday Night Club Artists.

By Abigail Revill – winner of our poster competition

Private View by invitation on 18th August at 6.30pm.
If you would like to join us at the Private View please Contact us

Do you think our planet is in trouble?

Feeding the world, climate change, species extinction, antibiotic resistance, plastic waste, carbon footprints – the list of concerns seems endless!
What can we actually do to help humanity thrive on this, our only, planet?

The UK will host the 26th UN Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP26) in Glasgow on 31 October – 12 November 2021.

Climate Change is real

Over 99% of scientists agree. It’s real. It’s here. People are responsible for it. And if we do nothing, things will get much worse for us all.

Some of us have already had our lives overturned by climate change. Many of us haven’t – yet. As the world gets hotter, floods, fires, droughts, pollution and crop failures will become more severe and disrupt life as we know it all over the world. Many of the things we take for granted will be taken away from us – forever.

It is not too late. We have a choice, and what we do matters. We can act now to protect our livelihoods and our communities, and leave a world for our children that is worth living for.

The COUNT US IN Project aims to inspire 1 billion citizens to significantly reduce their carbon pollution and challenge leaders to deliver bold, global change.

We can see no reason why our community of people with learning disabilities and / or autism cannot be involved too. The Monday Night Club will spread the word and Make Changes That Matter.

These 16 steps are the most effective way to reduce your carbon pollution and persuade others to do the same from the Count Us In website