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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 e-news - November 2015

Transition Lostwithiel e-news - November 2015

An exciting and ground breaking evening of live jazz and film. Saturday 14th November at the CHURCH ROOMS, 7pm onwards. More information see the web site: lostwithieljazzcafé for details.

WOOLLY WEDNESDAYS of 2 Quay St 2016 Calendar will be on sale £8 at the Jazz Café Movie night .. .. all proceeds from sale of calendar go to Breast Cancer UK

Lostwithiel Community Centre has a wonderful range of second hand books... and a team of volunteers keep them in good order … History, novels, gardening and cookery... And now a large section of children's books. 50p paperbacks and £1 hard backs. Over £500 has been raised so far.

Dragon Centre - Bodmin Petition
After just two weeks over 350 signatures petitioning Cornwall Councillors to NOT sell the Dragon Centre to developers were collected and handed in to the Dragon Centre in Bodmin. These petitions will be added to the petitions circulating in and around Bodmin and will subsequently be handed in to Cornwall Council. It is welcome to note the excellent number of Lostwithiel residents who use the Swimming Pool on a regular basis as well as the Gym and Tennis facilities. Thank you to everyone who participated.

Packs to make your own or purchase a hand made original poppy this year from 2 Quay Street Lostwithiel … £2

The Community Centre is now registered with so please bring any used ink cartridges (except EPSOM types) to the Centre and then we will send them to and the value of them will be donated by BACS to THE DEVELOPMENT funds .. thank you

Stalls at Dickensian night - Thursday 10th December
Alongside Transition Lostwithiel with items made from re-claimed wood filled with bulbs will be some of the brave ladies in the Woolly Wednesday 2016 calendar - pick up your copy £8.. all proceeds to Breast Cancer UK... also showcasing the wonderful crafts they make... Ideal Christmas presents! Phili-knits will be there with warm mitts and hats for sale.

A future opportunity for local charities and fund raisers …. Would you like to have a stall alongside the Plant Swap and FOSB book sale on a Saturday morning in the summer? Register your interest in the first instance by going to our web site and using the contact page

Lostwithiel's 20th Century tradition of holding a Christmas Pageant is on Saturday 12th December 3.15 at the Church Rooms.

Food for thought? LOVE FOOD HATE WASTE
The UK is the biggest producer for food waste in the EU, according to a study published 12 August in the Environmental Research Letters Journal.

Research for the ‘Lost water and nitrogen resources due to EU consumer food waste’ study was carried out by a team based at the Joint Research Centre of the European Commission. It sought to quantify EU consumer food waste and the associated natural resources required for its production.

It found that around 16 per cent of all food reaching consumers in Europe is wasted, around 22,000 tonnes every year, with an average of 123kg being thrown away by every European consumer per year.

Moreover, up to 80 per cent of that waste (97kg per person per year) was found to be avoidable, with the UK producing the most avoidable waste of the six countries studied.

Romania was said to be the EU member state with the lowest recorded food waste, producing an average of around 45kg of avoidable food waste per person per year (roughly equal to an apple a day), while the UK’s figure could reach up to 153kg per year – around the same as wasting ‘a small loaf of bread a day’.

Unsurprisingly, perishable goods such as fruits and vegetables were among the products most wasted, with the study concluding that this was due to consumers not using them quickly enough, or over-buying them due to the fact that they are generally cheaper per weight than other food product groups.

Oh oh … here's a diary date for next year: GARDENERS MARKET 2nd April ... see you there!