Bournville Friends knit for COP26

'Tree cosy' and bunting to encourage social media campaign

‘Friends have put up bunting on nearby railings with messages about climate change and are ordering postcards to send to MPs.' | Photo: courtesy of Claire Bowman

Bournville Quakers have knitted hundreds of six-inch squares to make a ‘tree cosy’. The item was installed on 4 September on a large Atlantic Cedar outside their Meeting house. It is due to be taken down after the UN Conference of Parties (COP26) in November in time for the tree to become the annual Bournville Village Christmas Tree.

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