That’s because they’re staging a pub crawl to kick off a campaign to write letters about the possible affects of climate change.The letters will then be posted off to the area’s elected representatives.
The meeting, tomorrow (Thursday October 29), starts at Gales Wine Bar at 7.30pm.FoE member Warren Davies said: “Our members are concerned about the possible affects of climate change.
"Many are concerned that less predictable and extreme weather coupled with sea level rises are likely to cause food shortages and mass migration.
"Some of the world's largest cities like New York in danger, and entire low-lying countries such as the Philippines could be lost forever.
"We want to ensure that our elected representatives know how concerned we are about climate change.
"Writing to local representatives like our AMs and MPs can be a little daunting, so we have planned this event to help new and existing members write informative letters expressing their concerns.
"2015 is a crucial year to change our course on climate change. In December governments will come together in Paris to strike a new deal for the climate. But on the ground locally it is our local
representatives that will drive change, and we want to make sure that they are well informed."
* Llangollen & District Friends of the Earth are organising a coach from Llangollen to London to join the climate change march on November 29.
Places on the coach can be booked at:
http://www.crowdfunder.co.uk/peoples-march-2015-north-wales-coach. A £25 pledge secures a place on the coach.
FoE says it is using Crowdfunder so that if it is not able to fill the coach by November 20, no money will be taken from anyone.