Worcester Cathedral is hosting its second annual Big Green Eco Family Fair in the cloisters this October.
Following the success of last year's inaugural eco fair, the dedicated Cathedral Eco Group is hosting another one on Saturday, October 7, from 10am to 4pm.
Visitors are invited to join in with family-friendly craft and nature activities, browse a selection of stalls selling green products and find information and advice for sustainable living.
The event will feature an apple press (bring your own apples and containers for juice), the Repair Café, Transition Worcester, RSPB, Green Peace, Viva, Ariel Bikes, Walcot Nursery, Green Christian and more.
There will also be a vintage kilo clothing sale by 'Worth the Weight' in the Undercroft Learning Centre, from 11am until 5pm.
This is a chance to browse nine tonnes of handpicked vintage and pre-owned stock.
There will be 60 rails of clothing, where shoppers can pick and mix from the best denim, sports, ladies' fashion, mens’ fashion, outerwear and accessories and pay on the scales at the end.
The cost is £20 per kilo, with prices starting from as little as £1 - a cost-effective way of buying bulk sustainable clothing and helping the environment at the same time.
Entry is £2 for early birds, and £3 thereafter.
For more information, visit www.worcestercathedral.org.uk/whats-on/big-green-eco-family-fair
Worcester Cathedral's Eco Group brings together members of the congregation, volunteers and staff around Eco Church themes.
The group is inspired by the cathedral's vision that in 2025 it will "be a catalyst for campaigning and awareness on the environment and social justice".
This includes working towards the Eco Church Gold Standard award and achieving net zero carbon emissions by 2030.
The group's efforts, which have included the creation of a wildflower garden including a bug hotel and hedgehog house, were recognised in March of this year when it was given the Eco Church Silver Award.