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When: Saturday 10 Apr 2021

Published: 10 April 2021
Contributed by: Rebecca - QP&SW
Journey COP26

Join us, our journey of awareness, understanding and action in the year of COP26.
On Saturday 10 April and Sunday 11 April we invite you to participate in a celebration of our environment by making a short journey to any place that is sacred to you. This action is a way for us to strengthen our collective sense of purpose in protecting the Earth and all its inhabitants.

Your journey could be to your garden or local park, or a day long hike! If your sacred place is your own living room it could even be a spiritual or virtual journey. It could be taken as a group, perhaps with others from your meeting, or individually (depending on COVID regulations of course).

Sharing our plans and experiences
A space has been created to share your thoughts on COP 26 and what you might do.
For some, with COVID lockdown in force, contemplating this exercise brings up emotions and feelings that are too uncomfortable to be expressed at present. For others, to think about important locations with an empty space where someone special once was, may be difficult, though it may also be liberating.”

This could be an opportunity for us to start reconnection back, to start the retelling of positive stories.

Have you pictures you can share? Stories about why they mean something to you, or are you only going on travells around your garden? What ever you plan, what ever you do, do lets us share your story.

a) You can send in something now, about places you have been to in the past or where you would like to go.
b) You can send in something after you have have been, perhaps a picture of what you did and perhaps your thoughts.

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