The groundbreaking documentary A Plastic Ocean will be shown at the One Over the Ait pub at Kew Bridge this Sunday, 10 September, from 3pm to 4.45pm. Places are limited; to secure your place, register for the screening here.
The screening is part of the Plastic Ocean Festival, which has been showcasing a series of events from April to September 2017 in London incorporating film screenings of A Plastic Ocean, marine and riverine clean-ups, stand up paddleboarding, and educational talks by scientists and the team.To learn more about plastic pollution in our waterways, come to the free Stand Up Paddleboarding (SUP) session from 9:00-10am from the Brentford Boating Arch on the north side of Kew Bridge No experience needed, just come along and learn to paddleboard. To book your place, register now on the same link as for A Plastic Ocean.
The events are also being held under the auspices of TideFest, a one-day festival that includes a wide variety of river-based events in Chiswick, Kew, Brentford, Barnes, Isleworth and Kempton. TideFest is a partner of Totally Thames and is supported by the Thames Tunnel Now Coalition and Tideway.
Plastic pollution is a growing problem around the world: it threatens the health of rivers, lakes and oceans, marine life, and eventually human life as fish and marine creatures ingest plastic. The Plastic Ocean Festival seeks to raise awareness of the issue. Join us in Brentford on Sunday to learn more and have some fun at the same time.
Address for film showing:
One Over The Ait (upstairs)
8 Kew Bridge Road