tRANSITION NEWS AND EVENTS
Plymouth Food Waste Partnership
This initiative, to campaign for a city-wide domestic food waste collection service, continues to build. We have been meeting regularly for over three years now to develop a strategic approach to achieving our goal. This is a challenging and worthwhile project and we welcome anyone with an interest in this field along to one of our meetings.
Our feasibility study about a domestic food waste collection in Plymouth has now been published, and if you're on our mailing list you'll already have received a copy.
It's also available on the PFWP Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/groups/947259895313746/
And on the Clasp website: http://www.claspnetwork.net/8-doorways/purchasing-and-waste
Why is it overwhelmingly the right thing for Plymouth?
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org for a one page review of the facts.
If you agree that the council should start collecting food waste along with the two-weekly
brown bin collection, click on this link to let the council and your MP know : WriteToThem
Or email directly to: email@example.com
If you're interested and want to get involved the contact is Penny Tarrant, phone: 07967 141863, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
This free-style dance class is held in the city centre at Burgess Hall, behind the Unitarian church, entrance in Princess Street
near the Catherine Street corner. The fee is on a sliding scale of £8 - £11. The new season starts on 14th October, the time is always 10:00 am to 12:15 pm.
The teacher is Ailsa Lucas, who says:
You may ask yourself "What does this have to do with transition?" Well, it doesn't have to.... but it can. Movement medicine can
help us to access and integrate the wisdom of our bodies, hearts and minds. Many of us have learned to focus most of our
attention in our heads, yet our bodies and hearts are also vital aspects of our responsiveness to life. As we learn to listen to the messages from each we can be more in touch with what really matters to us, opening ourselves to dream what could be, and find
more passion, clarity and energy for change.
The ways we let ourselves move and hold ourselves back, on the dance floor, reflect the ways we allow ourselves to be in the rest of
our lives. These classes are a safe place to find the freedom and power we need to take action in line with our values in all aspects
of our lives. They can help to liberate us to "be the change we want to see in the world".
If you have any questions do be in touch. My numbers are 01803 849039/07999 486059.
This class is for everyone who wants to join in.
If you're drawn to come but feel you can't afford the fee, please phone Ailsa on the above phone number.
The 2017 dates are 14th October, 11th November, 9th December.
In 2018 it's 6th January, 3rd February, 10th March, 14th April, 19th May, 9th June, 7th July.
Transition Plymouth is now a partner in the Charter for Compassion.
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