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28 November: Screening – Cornwall’s Climate Stories

Cornwall’s Climate Stories is a series of three, 30 minute documentaries looking at different aspects of climate change around Cornwall – and the creative ways in which local people are rising to the challenges it will bring.

Living on the Edge is directed by Calstock’s own Bryony Stokes and features fellow Calstock resident Emma Hazeldine.

The film follows Emma, a passionate ultra-runner, as she travels around the Cornish coast path, witnessing the ever-increasing impacts of coastal erosion whilst learning about how Cornwall’s coastal communities are preparing for the future as sea levels rise.

This will be a preview screening followed by a Q&A with Bryony, Emma and others involved in the making of the film.
The first two films in the series will be screened before the preview and Q&A.

Under The Surface, is presented by beach cleaner Claire Wallerstein, who discovers how climate change is impacting Cornwall’s marine environment – and how important the sea could be in protecting us from the worst impacts of the climate emergency.

Plenty More Fish?, follows local fisherman Ben Church as he explores how climate change is impacting Cornwall’s fishing industry, and what we can all do to help.


£5.50 in advance


Doors and bar 7.00pm, screening at the earlier time of 7.30pm

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