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Camarthen Spring Fair and Seed Swap

Seedy Saturday in Carmarthen

The Spring Fayre in Carmarthen on Saturday 12th February will include a seed swap.  The event is at St Peter's Hall, Nott Square from 10 am to 3 pm.

Please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call Jill Davies on 07884 346373 for further information.

Hedge Laying at Llandrindod

Tutor:     David Burridge

Venue:     Ashfield Community Enterprise, Howey

Cost:     £20 including tea and coffee and soup and roll for lunch

Date:    Saturday 12 March, 10am - 4pm

The one day course will enable all attendees to acquire sufficient skills to accomplish basic hedge laying.


01597 829689 (Ashfield Community Enterprise)

Bicycle maintenance workshops in Lampeter

Learn how to maintain your bike. It's easier than you think!

Tutor: Graham Marsh, Millypeds

Venue: Cellan Millennium Hall

Sunday  16 Jan 10.00-12.00

Sunday 23 Jan 10.00-1.00

Sunday 30 Jan10.00-1.00

The workshops are all free. Places are limited so please book early.

Who is it for?

Anyone is welcome to attend some or all of these workshops.

However, if you are a beginner, we strongly recommend that you attend the first 2 hr session.

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Can Communities and Councils Co-operate?


event postponed due to the weather. It will be rescheduled.


Communities, councils and carbon – what we can do if governments won’t!

7.30pm Thursday 2 December 2010

Dalis Suite, Black Lion, Lampeter

A talk by Alexis Rowell from Transition Belsize in London: Camden's Eco Champion and winner of the national Sustainability Councillor award.

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Double Bill in Kington

KLEEN FILMS  present

"The Power of Community"

Friday December 3rd from 7pm at the Oxford Arms

This film shows how the Cuban community got organised to cope with having virtually no oil.  This was due of a US Trade embargo, not Peak Oil  but the result is inspiringly relevant. The film is less than an hour long and will be followed by

"Food For Life"

A 10 minute short from The Soil Association, 
with a short presentation by Martin Fitton about introducing the campaign to Kington.
Discussion to follow.

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