●● ALMOST a hundred people packed into the village hall for a lecture on climate change by a scientist from Langley.
Colin Fenwick gave the latest in the series of Langley Lectures which take place on a variety of subjects while raising money for charity.
Colin, who lives in Langley with his wife Alison, gave a talk Climate Change – Why should you Care?
He has Motor Neurone Disease and the lecture was presented with the assistance of fellow scientist Ian Stewart, who also lives in the village. Colin was able to answer questions after the talk.
Heather Self, who organises the lectures, said: “We were almost at standing room only with about 100 there for Colin’s lecture.
“He took a subject about which there is lots of controversy and put it forward with detailed scientific evidence in an accessible way. Colin is passionate about the subject.
“He brought home how we all need to care about climate change and not leave it for other people to worry.”
Macclesfield MP David Rutley will be giving the next lecture on Thursday, February 4, at 7.45pm, at Langley Chapel.
●● Colin Fenwick and Ian Stewart