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Topical environmental films at Presteigne

Transition Presteigne Winter Programme in collaboration with Presteigne Film Society

'Fresh' – showing 8pm Fri 12th February

‘In Transition’ - showing 8pm Fri 26th February

‘Yes men fix the world’ – showing Thurs  8pm 11th March

More information: Jonathon Gilpin on 01544 267039.

Lessons in sustainability from Serbia

Rob MacCurrach will be presenting ‘Serbia - lessons from a peasant landscape” at the Oxford Arms, Duke Street, Kington on Tuesday February 16 at 7.30pm.  As part of KLEEN Energy Week, Rob will show how we can learn from the practices of old Europe as we engage with the challenges of living more sustainably.  Rob and his family recently returned from northern Serbia after many years there, and he has a unique insight into the still thriving peasant culture of this part of Eastern Europe.

More Eco Screenings at the Wyeside

"Crude - the real price of oil" a new Joe Berlinger film, released 15th January, is coming to the  Wyeside on 5th/6th/7th/9th February.
Wyeside does it again!  Our own local cinema that brought us The Age of Stupid, The End of the Line and many more, is screening yet another must-see environmental documentary within weeks of

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Gardening Courses at The Walled Garden, Feb./March

Tempting winter salads, fruit and nots and advanced vegetable growing are all on the menu at the Walled Garden in the latest offering from David Burridge over the next few months.

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Apples - Planting and Pruning for Beginners

Are you thinking of planting an apple tree(s)?

Dyfi Valley Seed Savers invites you to –

Learn to plant correctly for a good start in life. Rid yourself of those pruning fears.

(part of the "Fruit Trees for Biodiversity" project - funded by Glasu)

Sunday 7th February, 10am to 1pm.

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