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Come and Join us!

If you would like to join the group you would be most welcome; we could do so much more if we had more members. Don't feel that you have to be some sort of environmental expert in order to join us - most of us are not!

There is no membership fee, though we suggest that you become a member of national Friends of the Earth. Being an active member means coming to the monthly planning meetings (unless you are busy that evening) and (from time to time) helping at events. And / or you can be on the mailing list.

We would be happy to have someone meet you near the venue before you come for the first time if you are uncertain about locating the room.

For more information about joining please email Tegan via or phone her on 07477 450095.

Brent Walk for Change

Our walk on Sunday 17th July was very successful, with a very strong showing from supporters of food charity Sufra. For a full report, have a look at the Wembley Matters Blog.

Air Quality Public Meeting April 12th - Video.

Brent Friends of the Earth public meeting on Tuesday 12th April at 7.30pm in Kilburn. The meeting discussed the current situation with air pollution, which is a serious health threat for Londoners and is a major problem in Brent.

Thanks to Pete Murray for the filming of this.

part1: Introduction by Pam Laurance of Brent Friends of the Earth and reading of letter from Dawn Butler, M.P. for Brent Central

Air Quality Public Meeting April 12th, 7:30pm

On 12th April Brent Friends of the Earth will hold a public meeting to discuss the situation with air pollution - which we all know to be a serious health threat for Londoners and is a major problem in Brent.

January Meeting: The Paris agreement

 A climate change campaigner will talk about the Paris Climate Change Conference at Brent Friends of the Earth's January meeting.  This will be at Watling Gardens Community Meeting Room in Kilburn on Tuesday January 12th at 7.30pm.

Aaron Kiely, Climate Change Campaigner from Friends of the Earth, who was in Paris for the negotiations, will speak about the talks and their outcome and discuss how we can work for a safe climate.