We made the front page news in the Mid-Devon Gazette!
28 local businesses & other organisations show-cased their green commitments
Landscore Primary School show-cased all their green projects
188 people made personal commitments to tackling climate change
Some cycled into Crediton for the event, in spite of the weather!
The Sustainable Crediton stall attracted some new members
Many people signed the Food Group petition against supermarket food waste
The free cakes provided by Stevie B's were a great hit!
Children made their own commitments ...
... and also some decorations for the Sustainable Crediton Christmas Tree
Some of the pledges written by children attending the event
The graffiti boards were well used
The Woodmen entertained us all with a unique selection of songs
Ian Beech enthralled the crowd with his performance poetry
Kevin Payne, the Town Crier attracted people's attention in the High Street ...
... and in the Town Square
... and made a special 'cry' to introduce our speakers
Laura Conyngham gave an impassioned speech on our need to show our love for the earth
We presented our bag-full of commitments to be sent on to the government in support of the UN Climate Change Conference
The mayor, Frank Letch, reminded us that it's action not words which are important
90 people stayed for the end-photograph - forming a green heart to symbolise our love for the earth