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Organizations & Campaigns

This space is intended as a register for North Cornwall-wide organisations that wish to support the Transition Movement or that may be useful to Transition Groups.

To add your organisation either add in a new 'comment' or use the 'contact' form to send in the information you wish to publish.

Transition Lostwithiel e-newsletter October 2013

Welcome to the October 2013 e-newsletter

BEAD WORKSHOP @ Ragged Edges Workspace
Thursday October 17, 10 - midday at the Methodist Chapel Rooms next to the Library, Taprell House. Hand stitch a bracelet, £5 including materials. Limited places. Ring Lesley on 873363 to book.

Saturday October 5, 10 - 12.30 in the Church Rooms, Lostwithiel. In aid of NSPCC, Merlin Centre and local causes. Jumble can be dropped off at the Church Rooms on October 4 between 4 and 6pm or ring Chris on 01208 873356 or Dianne on 01208 872303.

Saturday October 19, noon - 10.30 in Lostwithiel Community Centre. Now in its 5th year, celebrating grass roots cider making and larger producers whose cider making is traditional and has a sense of identity and place. Apple pressing, amateur cider competition, pizzas from Kernow Forno and live music. Visit the Cornish Cider Festival website.

Saturday October 26. Lostwithiel's Famous Annual Asian Food Day, Church Rooms, 10-3. Freshly cooked food from around the world featuring Japanese drummers and much more.

Thursday October 31 from 10.30-4. Ideal gifts including jewellery, bags, boxes, cards. All proceeds to Shelterbox and the Church Boiler Fund. More details

Thursday December 12 from 6pm onwards. Festive hot street food and drinks, Victorian dress, singing and music, craft stalls, traditional Santa's grotto and storytelling. Transition Lostwithiel have stalls in the Drill Hall.

A new green skill sharing platform to develop a culture of skill sharing that's all free, from bike maintenance to growing your own food, customising charity shop clothing to learning a new language.
How to set up a group - Greeniversity is run by a growing crowd of lovely community volunteers. Each Greeniversity group is administered by small local teams who help with day-to-day tasks such as answering queries and checking classes before they go live on the website. To run a local group it’s helpful if you are a member of a local community group that is interested in skills sharing, sustainability or adult learning. Every local group gets to brand their Greeniversity homepage with their own logo, banner and name. Local administrators have access to a toolkit that helps them set up and promote Greeniversity in their area. If you are ready to start a group or would just like some more information contact


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