Transition Bro Gwaun
Join us for an update about our Surplus Food Project.
Corinne Castle, TBG Project Development Officer, will give a summary of the many food waste and surplus food actions in the UK and Europe which were represented at the Refresh Food Waste Solution Conference in May. She will also give a round-up of recent activity across Pembrokeshire as part of our new Make a Meal of It project – which aims to help reduce food waste and increase use of surplus food in the county.
There will also be a chance to find the latest news about relocating Transition Bro Gwaun in the winter
Transition Cafe, Monday 26th June, 6-7pm, drinks and snacks will be available.
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An open evening to share the latest developments of our Surplus Food Project, find out more about the Refresh conference and award presentation in Ber...June 26 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm at Transition Café Fishguard
Weekly group meeting at the cafe, bring your own project, share skills and ideas. Recycling materials and upcycling projects particularly encouraged! ...June 27 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm at Transition Café Fishguard
Pembrokeshire Buddhists are meeting at Transition Cafe for a film evening, all welcome. Email Nick Dowsett for more information, email@example.com. ...June 28 @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm at Transition Café Fishguard
What is Transition Bro Gwaun?
Transition Bro Gwaun is a community process of imagining and creating a future that addresses the challenges of climate change, resource depletion, including expensive oil and gas supplies, and an unsustainable economy reliant on growth. We aim to create the kind of community that makes the future more certain for our children and less dependent on resources from elsewhere. This has enormous implications not only for the environment, but also on an economic system that currently relies on unsustainable growth.
We aim to create a sustainable, prosperous society without growth, and without oil dependency.
Transition Bro Gwaun is one of a growing number of transition initiatives around the world, being inspired by the original model developed in Kinsale (Eire) under the guidance of Rob Hopkins in 2005. An important part of the Transition process involves finding and working with existing groups and organisations, as well as looking for new projects.
We publicise our work and Transition issues through regular meetings, talks to local groups, our stall at the Farmers Market, a regular e-mail newsletter, attending local events, and on its website.
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