Our key aims for this year are to:
- Help to get our members more actively involved
- Increase our membership
- Participate in national and international campaigns
- Raise funds
- Establish an Economics Group
20th December 2016
We are currently planning events for the New Year and would be
enormously grateful if you could spare a couple of minutes to take our quick survey so we can be sure to
organise events which interest you.
The survey is totally anomymous (although you may give
contact details if you want to) and onl ...
28th October 2016
Two recently published e-books can be found in the Sustainable Crediton Library. They are Climate
Change Companion and Sustainable Schools, Sustainable Futures, both
by David Hicks.
25th October 2016
With the weather becoming more uncertain, and unseasonal weather
being a common occurrence, the Town Team has been thinking about
how we can offer people using the Square in Crediton some weather
protection. We asked three local architects to work up some
exciting new designs for Cr ...
13th October 2016
Lines, a chorus, and a bridge coming together at Crediton Inn
with Sustainable Crediton as part of Climate Action Week.
With thanks to performance poets Ian Beech and Tim King and
local activists chaired by Sarah Green.
Sarah Green writes
"Absolutely brilliant! I enjoyed this so much! After our ...
15th September 2016
Do you own an electric car? Are you thinking of buying an
If so, please come to our discussion at The Crediton Inn on 15th
September. Giles Benbow, who has helped develop the charging
infrastructure for electric cars and has owned several
himself, has kindly agreed to come and share ...
31st August 2016
This month we're launching a series of informal events where we
can all get together in a local pub to explore green issues, to
share ideas, maybe even kick-start some new initiatives, to get to
know each other better and to have a good time - our local band,
the Woodmen, will also lead us in a sin ...
31st August 2016
The core group is
planning a number of events over the next few months and we could
do with some help in organising and publicising these, and other
Ideally we need
people who could do any of the following:
Write advertisments & press releases for publicin ...
30th June 2016
Sustainable Crediton was represented at the service at Crediton
parish church to celebrate the Queen's 90th birthday. We were
among the town organisations represented, with our flag
being carried by long-time member Anne Tucker. After a well
attended service, coffee and homade cakes were
17th June 2016
Save the Creedy Valley!
A public meeting was held at Sandford Parish Hall on May
23rd by the Creedy Valley Protection Group (CVPG). An update was
provided as to developments so far with Gleeson's, the developers.
There was discussion on the traffic issues and flooding risk of the
site among others ...
31st May 2016
Crediton Library will be hosting a Sustainable Crediton
exhibition from the 3rd May up to the 31st May. As well as
including aspects of the work of Sustainable Crediton and local
green initiatives, it will focus on environmental information
relevant to the EU Referendum in June. Do come along and h ...
31st May 2016
Following a public consultation meeting, Sustainable Crediton
were invited to meet the MD and others of Devonshire Homes who are
building homes on the site known as Tarka View
(formerly Wellparks) opposite Tesco's in Crediton. The
meeting was attended by Anne Tucker, Charles Mossman and Rob
16th May 2016
Drinks and nibbles were served before the meeting and several
new members welcomed.
Notes of the AGM are as follows:
The minutes of the previous
AGM were approved.
Anne Tucker presented the Treasurer's Report, explaining that
the income from 2014 was mainly the result of a large grant to the
23rd January 2016
As I'm sure many of you are already aware, the Paris climate
change conference in December resulted in a big win for
tackling climate change!
195 countries adopted the first-ever universal, legally
binding global climate deal.
Governments agreed to limit the increase in global average