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Transition News July 2009

Hello everyone,

Transition Bude, together with Friends of the Earth, are holding a Big Lunch at Summerleaze Beach, Bude on 19th July 11:30 to 14:30 or later: http://www.transitionnc.org/node/99/611#comment-611

Call for help: Vestas, UK's one and only wind turbine company, is threaten with closure. Unbelievable! See here for four ways of helping to stop that absurdity: http://www.transitionnc.org/node/53/613#comment-613

Another current campaign: Fix the Food Chain by Friend of the Earth. See how you can help here: http://www.transitionnc.org/node/53/609#comment-609

And here is a special event for blues lovers like me, in aid of Transition: http://www.transitionnc.org/node/12/599#comment-599. To arrange a car share, just leave a 'reply' for this event.

Geoff Newton is organising a major Exhibition for 19th September with the title 'Saving the Planet'. To be opened by Bishop Tim, 40 exhibitors, cafe, pony rides, slum survival exhibition, market stalls and much more, its the one not to miss. See you there. Details here: http://www.transitionnc.org/node/99/618#comment-618

To be followed by a Christian event of 24th September and a talk by Ben Brangwyn, one of the founders of the Transition Movement, on 1st October. See here: http://www.transitionnc.org/node/99

Bude is forging ahead. Now we need to energize Launceston, Camelford, Wadebrdige and Bodmin!

Have you heard Prince Charles's 'Richard Dimleby Lecture' entitled Facing the Future? It was remarkable in its scope, truly global vision. You can watch it here: http://www.transitionnc.org/node/53/603#comment-603.

Yarner Trust offer some very useful courses in aspects of sustainable living, from Medicinal Herb Garden to Lime Rendering: http://www.transitionnc.org/node/44/568#comment-568

and Yurtworks are running a family bushcraft and nature awareness days: http://www.transitionnc.org/comment/edit/591

There is still time to take part in the Global Peak Oil survey here: http://www.transitionnc.org/node/53/481#comment-481

At some point we hope to set up a LETS scheme (explanation here: http://www.transitionnc.org/node/95/306#comment-306) to establish an easy to use and general bartering system. In the meantime I have set up couple of forums that can be used for this purpose. If you have something you wish to dispose off or if you have a skill which you are willing to sell or barter for something else, add it here
Offered for sale or barter: http://www.transitionnc.org/node/102

If you are looking to acquire something or looking for a particular skill, add it here
Wanted to buy or barter: http://www.transitionnc.org/node/103

You never know, you might get something for almost nothing!

By the way, someone has contacted me about wishing to help on our farm, in exchange for a box of our fresh Red Ruby beef - but I seem to have lost the details - if you are receiving this, sorry and please contact me again.

To become a member of Transition North Cornwall Ltd, just reply to this email confirming your wish to be a member and your contact details. We shall supply you with your membership number by return. Membership is free and members' liability is limited to just £1 each (the Constitution is here: http://www.transitionnc.org/node/52).

Let us know if you are ready to call the first meeting in your village or Parish. We will be happy to assist with suitable films, talk or presentation.

Good luck

Paul
Transition North Cornwall Ltd: www.TransitionNC.org
Tel: 01840 230 548 email: Paul@TransitionNC.org

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