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    Can we encourage as many as possible to sign and/or organise petitions - and if possible to attend the "Day of Action" at the Carmarthen Guildhall on Saturday 30th August at 10am.

    If the TTIP goes ahead, as is being discreetly negotiated at present, it will make billions for the US global corporations and ruin our society, economy and environment in the process.



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  • The new Three Towns Food Network, linking Knighton, Presteigne and Kington to increase local food resilience, will be showing at Knighton Agricultural Show on 30 August (next to the tea tent, with Tene Valley Environmental Group and Knighton Tree Allotments Trust. Read more ...  

  • The 2014 Spring Greens Fair


    Bigger, better, bursting with good things green, but still intimate and charming...the 2014 Spring Greens Fair is back this weekend, 3/4 May at the wonderful Court of Noke, Staunton on Arrow. Mid Wales Permaculture Network will be there, of course (perennial forest garden plants for sale and adopt-a-plant with free plants for children. This year there will be even more wonderful food, activities, forum discussions, demonstrations, crafts, performace... see it all here:

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    Memorial Hall, Presteigne, 9am -1pm


    LOCAL PRODUCE inc fresh organic veg, local cheeses, meats, eggs, smokerie, scrummy bites, homemade Indian foods, apple juice ...

    A SPECIAL stall for April from Whitton WI

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Hay Hits Silver Sceen

'Nigel In Transition'

The long awaited film triumph from our own Dave Prescott and talented team from Hay on Wye is finally here!

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See the community gardeners down on the Hayfield site, and catch the work on the famous Garden in Transition at the Hay Festival last year.  As 'Nigel' ruefully says, Hay TT's achievements to date have included freezing the local populace in the draughty buttermarket and upsetting a lot of businesses in the town by expermetally closing the centre to traffic for a day. Getting people to leave their TVs and attend something less conventional has proved an uphill struggle - even in a town with a reputation for whackiness. So what hope is there for the more 'traditional' towns of Wales?

Jane Daviidson makes a couple of apprearances, leaving us to wish she were still in office at WAG, and, as Nigel walks away, we are left wondering if it's all worth it. But, as he says, the alternatives to sticking to our guns are too horrific to contemplate, and the kind of madness that inspires Permaculturists and Transitioners is the only way for some of us to stay sane.

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