Pharmacist (retired), homeopath and author Andrew Lewis will deliver a free public lecture titled “5G: Technological Utopia or Biological Catastrophe” on Saturday 26 October 2019.
The venue for the lecture is Fendalton Community Centre Auditorium 170 Clyde Road, Christchurch 170 Clyde Road, Christchurch. The event begins at 2 PM and ends at 4 PM.
Please help with publicity for this event
Your assistance with publicising this event, such as sharing this link through Facebook, if you are on Facebook, or downloading and printing the poster from the link below and putting it up on community noticeboards in your part of Christchurch would be appreciated.
Connecting with 5G Free Christchurch
NB: There is an active group in Christchurch working on the 5G issue. If you cannot attend the lecture but would like to be connected with this group, please email via this link https://5g.org.nz/contact/ and ask for your contact details to be passed along to the Christchurch coordinator. (If you live elsewhere in NZ and would like to connect with your local group, please see this link: https://5g.org.nz/2019/08/17/local-groups-working-on-the-5g-issue/ )
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