Climate change hurts people.
Climate change hurts our food and water. It is one of the biggest threats to our
chances of winning the fight against hunger.
On World Food Day (16 October), Oxfam asked us to stand with our sisters and
brothers in the Pacific, and with millions of people across the globe who are
working together towards a brighter, cleaner and fairer world, where everybody
has enough to eat.
All members of St Margaret’s and the broader Hackett-DownerWatson community are invited to contribute articles and photographs about things that have happened or are going to happen at
the St Margaret’s/Holy Cross complex or in the local community.
Articles about members of the community’s own involvements in
things of interest to others in the community October also be
submitted for potential publication.
The deadline for material for the next issue is 13 November,
with that issue being published on 20 November. Material should
be given to the editor Brian Rope or to Lynda at the church office.
It may be handwritten or typed. It may be posted, emailed or
The Editor reserves the right to edit, or even not use, material.
St Margaret’s News