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Last chance for free Depot cinema tickets to climate action screening

Time is running out to snap up free cinema tickets for a set of short films that provide a local focus on the climate emergency, marking the final day of the COP26 summit.

Lewes District Council is screening the short films entitled Right Here, Right Now (COP26) at 10.30am on Friday, November 12, at Lewes Depot as part of its Climate Action! Festival.

The films include productions by Brighton Screen and Film School students for the council, a film commissioned by the Environment Agency about the recetly-completed Newhaven Flood Alleviation scheme and a short film produced by the Sussex Wildlife Trust which features Sir David Attenborough.

Councillor Matthew Bird, Lead Cabinet Member for Sustainability, said: "I highly recommend people to get their tickets now for this great selection of short films that explore how local people feel about issues around climate change.

"They give an insight into climate action around the district and how people feel and are responding to the greatest threat we face."

To book your free tickets, visit lewesdepot.org/film/right-here-right-now-cop26

The screening comes at the end of a two-week Climate Action! Festival which is currently underway and runs in tandem with COP26. 

During the festival, affiliate groups of Lewes Climate Hub are hosting exhibitions, talks and workshops at the Depot Studio every afternoon, exploring themes that are critical to tackling climate change at an international, community and personal level.

Most of these events are free, drop-in sessions. For more information visit: lewesdepot.org/climateactionfestival/climate-hub