Climate Strike at RSPB Minsmere

Friday 20 September

11 am to 1pm

Price: Free

Booking essential

The science is clear; we are quickly running out of time to save nature. Climate change is the most important threat to both wildlife, and the livelihoods of future generations. 

World leaders know these facts and are simply not listening. The time has come to act. The RSPB supports the youth climate strikes and the passion of the younger generation to stand up for a safer, greener, more wildlife-rich planet. On Friday 20th September 2019 we invite you to join us and stand in solidarity with the international climate strike. At RSPB Minsmere we will join together in nature to remind us what it is we are saving. 

With the picturesque Whin Hill as our backdrop, we will provide a space to sit, strike, explore nature and discuss ways in which we can begin to tackle this crisis. Join us between 11am-1pm and demand a better future for our planet. 

Please book your space here:

FAQs Who can come? People can attend as families, individuals, or in groups. 

What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event? We encourage using public transport where possible. There is bicycle storage available, and the nearest train station is at Darsham. For cars and coaches, follow signs to the main Minsmere carpark. Please let us know in advance if you will be bringing a coach or minibus, as parking is limited. What can I bring into the event? Food is not provided but can be purchased from the Minsmere cafe. Feel free to bring your own picnic. Outdoor clothing and footwear is essential, and you may want to bring something to sit on. How can I contact the organiser with any questions? Contact or phone 01728 648088


RSPB Minsmere nature reserve

Where is it?

  • Lat/lng: 52.247, 1.617 (Google Maps)
  • Postcode: IP17 3BY
  • County: Suffolk

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