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What's On For Earth Day - North East

What Is Earth Day

Earth Day is an opportunity for people across the globe to come together, not only to celebrate the world, but also to raise awareness about how crucial it is that we take steps now to protect our planet.

Earth Day takes place every year on 22 April and in previous years, to highlight the importance of being green and taking care of the planet.

How you can make a difference

Cut your plastic waste and switch to reusable materials

Purchase a reusable water bottle

Practise sustainable fashion

Switch off when you are not using electricity/water etc

Go pesticide free

Grow a pollinator garden (you can do this even if you have a tiny space)

Support local food producers

Join local litter picks

Try to cut your carbon footprint

Simple diet changes

What's on in the North East to celebrate Earth Day?
All events are taking place on Saturday 22nd April

Earthleatham - Kirkleatham Museum

Earth Day Sunrise Seaburn Beach

Souter Lighthouse Paper Globes - National Trust

Beach Clean - Saltburn

Earth Day Celebrations - The Bowes Museum

Party For the planet - Tuillie House

Wild Escapes at Kiplin Hall

Earth day and Bee trail around Pickering

Northumbria water Earth day celebration at Derwent Waterside park

Earth day crafts & Trail - South Shields Museum

Earth day Activities - The Great North Museum Hancock

Newcastle Historic Cemetery Clean-up - Newcastle

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