TOWN eco group Transition Stourbridge is showing the last in a series of four thought-provoking films about the environment.

Entitled 'The Next Industrial revolution' - the film aims to inspire people to reconsider their efforts for the environment and to reinvent their businesses and institutions to work with nature.

It is being shown at New Road Methodist Church Hall, off New Road (Stourbridge Ring Road) in Stourbridge on Thursday May 14 - starting at 7.30pm.

To coincide with the film series, the group is also organising six 'Love What's Local' litter picks.

The next one is on Saturday May 9, running from 10.30am to 12.30pm.

Anyone interested in getting involved should meet at St Mary's Church car park, Rectory Road, Oldswinford.

Transition Stourbridge forms part of the Transition Towns movement across the country - a community-led response to the challenges of rising energy costs and climate change.

For more information check out visit or to find out more about the Stourbridge group call Margy Henderson on 01384 351414.