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CANCELLED 18 Mar: Good nutrition as your super power (talk in Todmorden)

Regrettably, we have taken the difficult decision to postpone this event for a while. I’m sure you can appreciate the reasons. Apologies for the inconvenience.

You are invited to a 3 Valley Vegans talk/food/drink event:
Good nutrition as your super power

flyer with superman holding carrots

Hosted by Sally-Anne Wilkinson from True To Your Health Personalised Nutrition
Registered Nutritional Therapist dipCNM mBANT mANP
Registered Nutritionist rCNHC rGNC

  • 7.30 to 9pm
  • Wednesday, 18 March 2020
  • The Todfellows Space
    Oxford Street, Todmorden OL14 5PU
    (Near the centre of Tod, behind Kava)
  • Suggested donation: £3
Sally will be covering:
  • How familial ill health led to her becoming a registered nutritional therapist, and how it helped improve everyone’s health.
  • Why poor food choices are our own personal Kryptonite
  • Why genetics aren’t the main reason we succumb to chronic illnesses
  • What we can do to change our health to more positive outcomes
There’ll be healthy recipes to try, and she’ll also be answering questions about healthy eating, and for those who are interested, how to transfer to a healthy plant-based diet.

19 Feb: Film and talk night ‘Plant-basing the future: Your diet for our planet’

Poster for film night 2020
Veganuary  film and  talk  night

Plant-basing the future:
Your diet for our planet
featuring a guest speaker from Extinction Rebellion (XR)

Two hours, one evening:

  • Topical film excerpts
  • Workshop and talk
  • Refreshments
  • Accessible venue
  • Children age 11+ welcome

Come and explore with us the climate change and other environmental impacts of diets based on meat, fish and dairy. We’ll also discuss claims that some forms of animal-based agriculture are still compatible with climate change mitigation. Of particular interest to people who tried Veganuary.

Wednesday, 19th February 2020, 7pm-9pm, free!

Roomfield Baptist Church, Halifax Road, Todmorden OL14 5BE
Near Lidl bus stop (590, 592, T3, T4, T8)

Facebook event page

Veganuary 2020 photo collage
Some photos from the film and talk night

Update: we showed the following films (as clips or in their entirety):

3 Oct: Climate Action Ilkley talk: are our food habits the problem or solution?

Climate change and environmental breakdown: are our food habits the problem or solution?

Eat less red meat? white meat? dairy? fish? Eat more veg? fruit? Even ‘go vegan to save the planet’. The food we choose to eat, and the farming systems producing it, have a huge impact on climate as well as on soil, water and biodiversity.

Tim Benton, Professor at Chatham House and Ilkley resident, will give an authoritative national and global perspective followed by questions and discussion.

Professor Tim Benton is the director of the Energy, Environment and Resources Department at Chatham House. He joined Chatham House in 2016 as a distinguished visiting fellow, when he was also dean of strategic research initiatives at the University of Leeds. From 2011-2016 he was the “champion” of the UK’s Global Food Security programme which was a multi-agency partnership of the UK’s public bodies (government departments, devolved governments and research councils) with an interest in the challenges around food. He has worked with UK governments, the EU and G20. He has been a global agenda steward of the World Economic Forum and is an author of the IPCC’s Special Report on Food, Land and Climate (2019), and the UK’s Climate Change Risk Assessment.

Doors open at 19.15 and the talk will start promptly at 19.30.

This talk is supported by Climate Action Ilkley, the Wharfedale Naturalists Society and the Ilkley U3A environmental forum.

9 July: Nutrition talk

Vegan nutrition talk 9 JulyNutrition talk (photo from Tofu Night)

What you need to know about healthy, plant-based eating…

Talk and cheesecake tasting

…where to get B12, protein, Vitamin D, healthy fats, Calcium and other minerals, and have your cake and eat it!

Thursday 9 July

Cornholme and Portsmouth Old Library
1 Parkside Road
Cornholme
OL14 8QA

7:30 to 9pm, free event!

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