Fundraising events have been planned by the local Green Parties and other groups along the route. You are welcome to join us and show your support.
Tuesday 7th March - Send off rally - 7pm until 9pm
Scarborough Library, Vernon Road, YO11 2NN
Frack Free Scarborough will be hosting a rally to give a send off to the group. There will be a range of Anti-Fracking speakers from a number of groups.
Wednesday 8th March - Gig - 7pm until 11pm
Tramway's Club, 1 Mill Street, York, YO1 9PY
York Green Party will be hosting a fundraising gig to welcome the 'No Fracking Way' walkers after their first 29 miles on the road.
We have great music and entertainment with The Leaping Giants who play laid back rock 'n' roll with folk, country and world music influences, with plenty to dance to.
Also popular singing duo LunabaiBar and doors open 7pm.
Veggie food available the first hour - pay as you feel for the food.
Thursday 9th March - Social - 8PM until 11PM
Major Tom's Social, The Ginnel, Harrogate, HG1 2RB
Join Frack Free Harrogate for a very special social event where there will be music from JOSEPH OF BLYTH POWER, poetry from our Frack-Free Poet TIM ELLIS, information sharing and friendly chat about how everyone can join the fight against fracking.
Friday 10th March - Folk Night - 8PM until 11PM
The Narrow Boat, 36 - 38 Victoria Street, Skipton BD23 1JE
Join Skipton & Craven Green Party for a folk night to raise funds to support the Green Party's campaigns.
Saturday 11th March - Social - 7PM until 10PM
Burnley Methodist Church, Hargreaves Street, Burnley, Lancashire, BB11 1DU
On March 11th the walkers will reach Burnley and will be holding a gathering for all supporters. Among others, Andrew Cooper - Green Party Energy Spokesman - will be speaking.
Sunday 12th March - Social - 2:30 until 5pm
The Queens Arms, Poulton St, Kirkham, PR4 2AA
Come and support the end of the No Fracking Way Walk at The Queen's Arms.
“The Green Party is clear that our energy future must lie with the rapid investment in both energy conservation measures and new renewable capacity. This offers a clean safe energy future and would also create many thousands of jobs."
Lead Walker of the Now Fracking Way Walk and Green Party Energy Spokesman
“We’ve just had the hottest year on record. It’s never been more important to protect the future of our planet. Instead of backing fracking we should be investing in renewables and leaving fossil fuels where they belong – in the ground.”
Green Party Co-Leader