Sustainable Crediton Newsletter Issue 82

picture of honeybee

Bee friendly! This month we're giving away 12 packets of bee-friendly wildflower seeds! Click here to claim your packet, but bee quick!

And with election fever here again don't forget to vote tomorrow, on 4th May - our local elections may not get the big publicity of the national event next month but may have just as big an impact on our local communities - and our local environment!

Dates for your Diary
22nd May

Core Group Meeting

31st May

Give and Take "Shop"

12th June

Waste Action Group meeting

16th June

Landscore Sustainability Open Day

22nd June

A Song for Sustainable Crediton

15th July

N Tawton plastic collection

31st July

Core Group Meeting

16th September

N Tawton plastic collection

21st October

N Tawton plastic collection

Regular Events
In case you missed it...
19th April

Review of Future of the Food Group

Only two people turned up to have their say on the future of the Food Group and although a couple o ...

26th April

Review of Waste Action Group meeting

1) Apologies - Polly 2) Matters Arising Foodshare event now rescheduled for 30th September. ...

News Highlights
Photograph of a bee on wild flower

FREE Wild Flower Seeds!

Thanks to the 38 Degrees "All About Bees" campaign, we have 12 packets of bee-friendly, wildflower seeds to give away this month. Each packet will be given on a first-come-first-served basis, so contact me to claim yours quickly before they go! All seeds can be sown from mid-April to May or Augus ...

Devon Community Resource Gathering

The day was organised by DCRN, a networking organisation funded by DCC. The event was held at the Boniface Centre in Crediton. Delegates from organisations involved in reuse, recycling and composting attended from all over Devon - Coombe Martin, Chudleigh, South Brent, Chagford, Uffculme and Buck ...

“I could not dig; I dared not rob: Therefore I lied to please the mob. Now all my lies are proved untrue And I must face the men I slew. What tale shall serve me here among Mine angry and defrauded young? ”

Rudyard Kipling