Are you interested in finding out more about locally produced food and drink? Do you purposely buy local food, grow your own food, or have or would like an allotment? Teign Estuary Transition is organising an event to build on the energy and buzz at the successful recent showing at the Carlton Theatre of the film The Power of Community: How Cuba Survived Peak Oil. We want to find out what local people feel about local food, how we could grow and produce more, and how we can get many more people interested in buying locally.
The evening will include:
- A short film produced by Transition Newton Abbot about the community garden they have created from scratch – and what benefits that has bought from the community
- A brief introduction to local allotments
- A chance to discuss with others your own ideas for encouraging more production and use of Teign Estuary food and drink
We will finish the event by inviting those who are interested to join a ‘sub-group’ to help take forward a local food initiative.
When: Wednesday, February 10th at 7:30 pm
Venue: Teignmouth Rugby Football Club, Bitton Park Road, Teignmouth
Cost: Free but donations welcome