Bristol Stitches for Survival meets Camino to COP26 Walkers

In early September, the Bristol Stitches for Survival group waved off the amazing Camino to COP26 walkers from Bristol Cathedral, united in our shared commitment for climate justice and action on climate change.

Camino to COP26 are a faith based group, walking from London and Bristol to Glasgow, for COP26.

As told on their website: The purpose of the walk is to build alliances and engage communities along the route – faith communities and other local communities – and to spread the word about the urgency of the need for meaningful action to address the global climate and ecological emergency. This is an opportunity for connection and outreach and is expressly not a physically disruptive or civilly disobedient action. Those involved are asked to sign up to this principle.

The walk is for everyone in XR and beyond, not just the faith communities – we all have much to give, much to share, and much we can learn from each other. The hope is that local XR groups will take part, and that local groups as well as faith groups will help us locate resources such as community halls, churches halls etc that will host our walkers each evening by providing food, somewhere to sleep and other facilities. It is also hoped that local groups will identify opportunities for walkers to to give talks within the communities through which they pass.

If you want to join Camino to COP26 for a day and hear from the inspiring group, find details of their itinerary here.

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