Muswell Hill Traders gave us an exciting Green Day on 31 March 2012. Up and down the Broadway there were musicians, go-go dancers, conjurors and jugglers. And rickshaws did the rounds, carrying customers round the shops to buy discounted green merchandise. Tucked away in the Crocodile Café was a Green Grotto where the MHSG had a busy stall and the LCZ volunteers displayed their achievements over the past two years, bringing us within striking distance of the 20% reduction in carbon emissions which we have to achieve. Peter Thompson was put in charge of the display board. [Photo by Rita Gayford]
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