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Transition Lostwithiel

TRANSITION LOSTWITHIEL

LostwithielClimate change and increasing energy costs will alter our way of life - how we work, shop, travel and live will need to adapt.

Transition Lostwithiel is about using our own creativity and talent to build a closer and more resilient community for everyone to enjoy. It's about making a transition from an unsustainable way of life to a sustainable one.

If you live in the local community, contact us to share your ideas or take part in projects. Join the mailing list to keep updated, or watch this space.

COMING UP:

CASP produce market 13th March 10 - 1.30 an early sale of packets of seeds run by the Plant Swappers .. bargains to get sowing.

A Wildlife Behind the Lens - Tales of the a Wildlife Camerman - 17th March, 7.30pm, Mark Yate’s work has taken him on adventures all over the world. He has filmed for David Attenborough’s series, Disney and BBC programmes such as Springwatch.

Gardeners Market Saturday April 11th 10-3pm - free packet of seeds / plants / willow weaving / knife grinding / the Tea Lady / demonstrations / and much more! Young Farmers will be selling manure on the day.

Plant Swapstarts in St Barts Churchyard from Saturday April 18th 10-12 and then every Saturday morning (unless it's torrential) until Sep/Oct. Come and swap your extra seedlings or cuttings... pick up a plant or seeds for a donation.

Woolly Wednesdays - every Wednesday at 2 Quay Street 10 -12. Bring your knitting or crochet – meet for a knit, natter, cup of tea or coffee and piece of homemade cake - booking not required just turn up! 

Lostwithiel Rug Hookers - Long Room, Community Centre, every Tuesday 10.00am to 12.30pm. £2 per session. More info.

 

WHAT'S NEW:

Herb Garden - if you have any herb plants or can take cuttings of herbs or are planning to sow herbs and have spare ones please keep for a new herb garden in town ….. can be given into the Plant Swap stall or the Centre ... many thanks

Local quilting events: patchwork and quilting events in Cornwall this Spring

Dickensian Night donation: thankyou to the volunteers who staffed the hot cider stall at Dickensian Night which resulted in a donation of £60 to Transition Lostiwthiel. Many thanks to Rupert Warwick and Lee Cornish of the Cornish Cider Festival for the donation of the cider.

Lostwithiel Forum has created a fantastic guide to day excursions from Lostwithiel to all over Cornwall on public transport - these will be updated when timetables change..

Apple Day and launch of the Devon and Cornwall Food Association Food Hub took place at the Community Centre on 11th October 

Lostwithiel's version of Freecycle... New wanted/ offers/ free to good home notice board at the Lostwithiel Community Centre - now available.

Bus timetable for all of Lostwithiel bus routes