Sustainable Crediton Newsletter Issue 89

Happy New Year 2018 to all Sustainable Crediton Supporters!

David Attenborough's Blue Planet 2 TV series during December has done a fantastic job of raising environmental awareness particularly of plastic pollution. Attached is a link explaining how small changes you can make will make a huge difference to our environment. There are dozens of things you can do!

You might also like to consider getting more involved in our activities. This month our Woodland Group, Waste Action Group and Pig Club all have meetings. I promise you that you will get a warm welcome if you did want to come along. Just contact the relevant group co-ordinator, details are on the website in the calendar section for each meeting/event.

In February we will have our annual Seed Share. Look out for details in next month's newsletter.

Dates for your Diary
8th January

Woodland and Hedgerow Work Party 1/2018

15th January

Waste Action Group meeting

22nd January

Woodland and Hedgerow Work Party 2/2018

29th January

Pig Club 2018 planning meeting

24th February

Seed Share 2018

2nd March

Transition Movement Event

Regular Events
In case you missed it...
4th December

Review of Woodland and Hedgerow Work Party 11/2017

Wooding today. We are working our way down through a Devon valley, coppicing the hazel and taking o ...

18th December

Review of Woodland and Hedgerow Work Party 12/2017

Coppicing at Morchard Bishop. Brilliant sunshine with clear blue skies. Lakes of mist in valleys an ...

News Highlights

Join the Great Nurdle Hunt

England's South West coastline is the first port of call for plastic litter washed up from the Atlantic Ocean by the gulf stream, which may be one reason why some of its beaches are so devastatingly polluted. Pellet sightings abound on both the South and North coasts of Cornwall and Devon. A whopp ...

“It is impossible to live without failing at something, unless you live so cautiously that you might as well not have lived at all - in which case, you fail by default.”

J K Rowling