Join Ham Green Screen for the upcoming screening of “Divide in Concord” on 29 September, to see how we can all make a difference in the fight against plastic waste.
About the film:
Divide in Concord tells the entertaining story of a woman’s attempt to ban single-use plastic water bottles from her hometown of Concord (where the American revolution began) in Massachusetts, faced by strong opposition from local merchants and the bottled water industry. In the words of Michael Moore, this film shows “how persistence and citizen action still means something in today’s corporate-controlled society”.
Run-time is 82 minutes, after which everyone is welcome to stay for a discussion about the topics raised in the films. As always, entry is free. Donations are welcome to help cover costs. Tea and coffee provided.
29th September 2019. Doors open at 5:15pm, film starts at 5:30pm.
Ham Library Annexe (community space), Ham Street, Richmond TW10 7HR.
Free entry, but suggested donations of £3 are welcome to cover our costs.
How to get here:
To get here take bus 371 from Kingston or Richmond to Ashburnham Rd.
Or 65 to Ham Common and walk Ham Street towards Ham Library (approx. 5-10 min.)