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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.

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Transition Lostwithiel December 2013 e-newsletter

Welcome to the December 2013 e-newsletter

Thursday December 12th: prepare to dress in your best Victorian finery... Transition Lostwithiel will be hosting a sale of work by SEW WHAT and RAGGED EDGES for charities supported by these sewing groups... find us in the Drill Hall. Lostwithiel Ruggers will be exhibiting the amazing Community Rag rug depicting our lovely town alongside a demonstration of Rag Rugging

MULLED CIDER (kindly donated by Rupert Warwick and Lee Cornish of the annual Lostwithiel Cider festival) will be served outside Jeffreys in Fore Street along with hot and spicy pakoras... All profits will be donated to a range of local charities and groups in town.

In a difficult economic climate, gardening provides much exercise and enjoyment. Seeds are already being donated to Transition Lostwithiel for the spring 2014 Gardeners Market.

- Christmas Quilt Sampler - 01208 873167
- Silverwork, Saturday 7 December 2-5pm -
- Free Apple Workshop at the Liskerrett Centre, Tuesday 10 December 6-9pm. The session will cover where to site the tree, ground preparation, pruning, maintenance and much more. Free apple tree for every attendee. Email for details.
- Make a Christmas Wreath, Sunday 15 December 2-4.30pm -
- Make a tea cosy/pot holder - 14 December or ring 07805102403
If you are planning a workshop please let us know through the enquiry page on our web site.

Does Lostwithiel still need Transition? Should we run a Charity Shop in Town? Should we just run the Plant Swap? There are so many great sustainable projects taking place that Transition may not now be relevant to Lostwithiel... let us know what you think via



A lot of trees are being cut down in the town and its woods recently, please consider maybe pruning instead... each tree soaks up a lot of water and prevents flooding. A tree also supports a big selection of wildlife.