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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.


Great Cornish Food Festival 26th-28th of September, Lemon Quay, Truro - free. All the food and drink on sale will have been produced or processed in Cornwall and all the chefs, restaurants and food experts support our ethos of making the most of the superb bounty on their doorstep. Over 60 producers and over 40 food and drink experts doing masterclasses and demonstrations, plus lots of fun, free activities for children going on over the weekend, where they can get ‘hands-on’ and learn where food comes from while having a great time. 

Lostwithiel Players audition for Pantomime 2015 - Are you interested in being involved with Lostwithiel players either on or off-stage? If so please pop along to our audition meeting taking place on 4h October 2014 ; 10:00am at Lostwithiel community centre. Everyone welcome, no previous experience needed. further information contact Dawn Stephens (chair) 873647; or Richard Haliday (director) 871419. Pantomime dates are the week commencing 15th February 2015, rehearsals are likely to be Monday & Thursday evenings. Find them on Facebook.

Straw bale project - St Kew School are looking to build a straw bale roundhouse led by Plan-It Earth Eco Projects. The build will be a two week project in late September/early October. If you would be interested in taking part and helping the school with this exciting project email or call 01208 841776 for more details.

Swishes will be held at the Community Centre on the last Saturday of the month throughout the summer from 10.30 - 12. For £2 you can swap items of clothing from your wardrobe that you no longer wear, don’t like or don't fit and pick up clothes that you will wear, do like and will wear!

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 - £2 per person – booking not required just turn up! 

Lostwithiel Rug Hookers - Long Room, Community Centre, every Tuesday 10.00am to 12.30pm. £1 per session. More info.

Ragged Edges - self help textiles group - every Thursday 10 - 12.30 in the Community Centre Loft Bar. Cost is £1 towards hire of room. Come and visit and be inspired .. nice cake too! More info.



Newborn packs for Syria - A local lady will be organising and arranging packing of the boxes and delivery. Collection point for any of these articles to make up a shoe box is Lostwithiel Community Centre … so any donations should be taken there ASAP. Look for more information in October editions of The Bridge/Newsletter and enews.

Cornwall ScrapStore at Pool is moving - From 1st September 2104 Cornwall ScrapStore will be open at Carrick Business Centre Annexe, Commercial Road, Penryn TR10 8AR. The ScrapStore will be open between 10am-5pm on Monday and Tuesday each week. from this date.

Make History and apply for a tree - Transition Lostwithiel is setting up a Town Tree Arboretum. If you live in town and would like a tree (preferably fruit or nut) for your garden, then join the growing(!) list... at the end of the season Transition Lostwithiel will provide a tree for you and it will become part of the register of town trees forming a corridor for wildlife and helping to prevent flooding.

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