Next Meetup

Sherborne Resurgence Meetup
Please join us for another friendly Resurgence Readers' Meetup and social at Weavers Club. As you'll see from the link below, there are lots of articles free to read online, so you're welcome to join us, even if you're not yet a subscriber. However, we highly recommend signing up to this excellent magazine, which we feel is the best publication available on environmental issues, plus social justice, ethical living and the arts (and is actually run as a charity as well!). Current magazine articles are available on the following link: https://www.resurgence.org/magazine/current.html As before, this will be a free entry event, but please buy a drink from Weavers' bar in return for free use of their premises for our meetup. However the only food available is sandwiches and nibbles. For more information on Weavers Club, please see: http://weaversofsherborne.co.uk Please bring your magazine (if you have one) or some notes or thoughts on an article or two that you have read in the magazine or any relevant issue you would like to discuss. It would also be helpful if you could bring your diary so we can fix the date for next month's meetup. Thanks

Weavers Sport & Social Club

Westbury · Sherborne DT9 3 EL

What we're about

If you fancy coming along to interesting talks and films on environmental or social justice issues, and socialising with like-minded folk, this is the group for you! Our name 'Resurgence Dorset' was chosen after merging our Blandford-based group with the Dorset 'Resurgence & Ecologist' magazine readers' group which meets monthly on a Saturday or Sunday at Hilfield Friary or on Mondays in Sherborne (if you haven't come across 'Resurgence', I would highly recommend subscribing, as it's an excellent, non-profit bi-monthly magazine). We also meet up once a month, normally on the last Monday of the month, at Blandford Museum, for talks, films on important environmental, socio-economic and ethical issues which affect our health, happiness and sustainable progress, followed by questions and discussions.

We also welcome those members with relevant experience to lead a short talk, share their own knowedge or lead discussions with the group. Events hosted by other local 'green-minded' organisations elsewhere are also sometimes advertised on our website so that we can all help support worthwhile campaigns for the environment, social justice, ethical living, human or animal rights etc. Looking forward to meeting you soon and welcoming you in person at one of our meetings.

All the best, Pam

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