Sustainable Crediton Newsletter Issue 91

Welcome to our March Newsletter.

It was brilliant to see such a busy, vibrant and interesting Seed Share event in its new venue The Boniface Centre on the 24th February. We think it was our best Seed Share ever, with more stalls and a record attendance. The atmosphere was tremendous, the food at the Surplus Food Cafe delicious and the overall event a massive success. Read more about it and see the pictures.

Coming up this month we have the regular Woodland Group work parties and a Waste Action Group meeting. See What's On for more details. There is also an exhibition in Crediton Library for Re-use Week from the 5th March about our Refill stations in Crediton where you can get free refills for your water bottle.

 


Dates for your Diary
2nd March

Transition Movement Event

5th March

Refill Exhibition at Crediton Library

12th March

Woodland and Hedgerow Work Party 5/2018

26th March

Woodland and Hedgerow Work Party 6/2018

26th March

WAG meeting

Regular Events
In case you missed it...
5th February

Review of Woodland and Hedgerow Work Party 3/2018

Chill with heavy cloud cover, dead still. A good turn out, seven in number with three chainsaws. Ta ...

19th February

Review of Woodland and Hedgerow Work Party 4/2018

Five of us started work on a mild overcast morning. Alan manned the chainsaw whilst Pete, John, Ian ...

19th February

Review of Waste Action Group meeting

1) Aplogies Polly 2) Matters Arising a) Food Festival, Cookery event and Recycling ar Food ...

24th February

Review of Seed Share 2018

Seed Share Celebrates a Bumper Year Record numbers joined us for the tenth annual Crediton Seed Sh ...

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News Highlights

Seed Share Celebrates a Bumper Year

Record numbers joined us for the tenth annual Crediton Seed Share: Share, Grow, Eat, on 24 February at the Boniface Centre, organised by the Food Group, which is establishing itself as Sustainable Crediton's flagship event. The Seed Share is an opportunity to bring, share and exchange seeds we have ...

Two more ways to stop plastic pollution

Check out these two ways to stop plastic pollution today! Submit your ideas to reduce plastic in markets and tell Starbucks to stop trashing the planet. 1. Solve this challenge with us. We need your ideas to move markets and grocery stores away from using so much plastic. Watc ...

Fishy Filaments

How one company is recycling marine plastics Based in Cornwall, Fishy Filaments started with a Crowdfunding campaign with the aim to make the UK fishery more sustainable and take used fishing nets to transform them into 3D printer filament. The raw materials can normally be acquired at zero cos ...


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