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Compost Day in the Walled Garden: Sun 21st Oct

Join CAG Devon and Teign Estuary Transition for an afternoon all about compost.

An afternoon of practical learning about how to make great compost and build a compost system from waste pallets.

12 – 4.30 Sunday 21st October in the Community Garden, Walled Garden, Eastcliff Park, Teignmouth. Free entry.

For details and to book contact Mel on 07725 760081.

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Food Waste: The Cutting Edge – Fri 21st Sept Crediton

Core Group Meeting Thurs 14th June: 7.30 pm

We’re meeting at our usual place at TAAG, Northumberland Place, Teignmouth at 7.30 pm. Anyone who would like to come along to hear what we’re doing or offer ideas of what you’d like to do is welcome.

“In Our Hands”, Newton Abbot Library, Fri 4th May

Transition Newton Abbot are showing The Landworkers’ Alliance and Black Bark Films documentary: “In Our Hands” at Newton Abbot Library, Friday 4th May.

Doors open at 6.45 for a 7.00 pm start, followed by a discussion about the future of British farming.

Reserve a place with Betina: betinawinkler@hotmail.com


“In Our Hands” tells the story of the revolution that’s taking place in farming in the UK. It documents a growing movement of farmers and food workers in the UK creating vibrant farms, living soils, thriving food markets and a fairer food system for all. Created by the Landworkers’ Alliance, this new and beautifully shot film features real-life farmers and their stories. Exploring human-scale agriculture and how to connect people to the land and their food in new and better ways, the film is both a message of hope and a call to action for all of us.

 

 

 

Gardening for Wildlife, Newton Abbot Community Garden

Wildlife Day

at

Vicary’s Field Community Garden

Bradley Ln, Newton Abbot

Saturday April 21st 11- 3pm

 

 

Pedal’n’Pulse – some photos

Some photos from the day. Do you have any we could add?