Climate 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.
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Jazz Cafe at the Movies, Saturday 14th November, we are supporting this joint event between Jazz Cafe and Lost In Film which is part of Cornwall Film Festival. Live jazz from Michelle Saacks Quartet and a selection of short films. Tickets at £10 (includes a glass of red or white wine) and are available from Watts Trading in Fore Street or email firstname.lastname@example.org on how to purchase tickets if you can’t make it in person. Purchase tickets sooner rather than later for this unique performance – it’s guaranteed to sell out!
Tuesday 17th November 11am Euan McPhee is taking Climate Vision’s report and pledge cards from Truro to Paris by bike! Why not come and wave him off with us at 11am at High Cross? We would love to see you. Pop it in your diary and watch this space as he will tell us what time shortly. If you fancy making a pilgrimage – check this out – we warmly welcome you to walk, cycle, low carbon travel in to wave them off. Full details
Dickensian Night – Transition Lostwithiel and Woolly Wednesdays both have a stall in the Church Rooms for Lostwithiel’s hugely popular old fashioned Christmas evening on Thursday 10th December from 6 – 9pm
Harvest Festival window we were delighted to be invited to decorate a window in St Bart’s church for Harvest Festival week, along with other local groups and organisations.
Plant Swap finished this year on 5th September … it has become part of Saturday mornings with lots of swapping and donations … thank you to everyone who supports us and see you next Spring.
Tree register – We wanted to build on our community orchard but couldn’t find any publicly accessible land where we could get permission to plant trees. So we’ve come up with a Plan B: donate productive trees to people who live in Lostwithiel and keep a Tree Register. It means we have a more productive trees in the area and people can bring any surplus produce to the Plant Swap.