Tuesday 22nd August, 7:00pm to 9:00pm

Herb Garden Community Café

Free admittance includes hot drink and cake served at 7pm.
All are welcome!

What do we need for ourselves in a world where the sustainability of the planet is of wide concern?

How do we avoid worrying ourselves to death before the disasters that we fear actually occur?

And if they do occur how will we cope?

Our guest speaker for August is Geoff Greaves, one of the founding members of the Llandrindod Transition group.

About the speaker

Geoff has a working background in electronics, nursing, social work, business, IT, education and describes himself as a general jack-of-all-trades, master of none!  A father of five adult children, owner of two dogs, one cat, three motorcycles, and a fly press amongst many other tools!

You can download a poster to help promote this event and a leaflet that provides more information.

 

Tuesday 25th July, 7:00pm to 9:00pm

Herb Garden Community Café

Free admittance includes hot drink and cake served at 7pm.
All are welcome!

We invite you to a public meeting to hear about the plans of the Llandrindod Business Group for the development of Llandrindod Wells over the coming years.  Work on the next phase will be led by the Business Group and their project officer Jude Boutle.

We invite you to hear from Jude about the plans for developing the Lake Park, opportunities for building on the town's Wellness brand, getting benefits from the town's WiFi system and other actions being taken forward by the Business Group such as information and directional signs in the town.

About the speaker

Jude started working life as a teacher specialising in teaching students with a learning disability.  After moving to Wales she worked supporting people with learning disabilities then worked for a Housing Association in Newtown for 20 years until redundancy led her to take on the new role of Llandrindod Wells Town Champion.

Jude is employed by Antur Teifi and will be based at the Autopalace working 3 days a week.

To contact Jude email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or phone 07800 534047 or 01597 822051

You can download a poster to help promote this event and a leaflet that provides more information.

 

Tuesday 27th June, 7:00pm to 9:00pm

Herb Garden Community Café

Free admittance includes hot drink and cake served at 7pm.
All are welcome!

Heard about Permaculture?   Thought it was just about gardening?

Come and find out that it’s a lot, lot more!

Our guest speaker for June is Chris Evans, an internationally acclaimed Permaculture teacher who has taught Permaculture in India, the USA and Mexico as well as in the UK.

In his talk, Chris will introduce us to the basic principles of Permaculture illustrated by examples from around the world.

About the speaker

Chris Evans began his Permaculture experience in Nepal in 1988.  He is now a director of Designed Visions, a Permaculture education and consultancy partnership based in UK.  He has taught Permaculture in the UK, India, USA and Mexico.

Chris is a UK assessment level tutor for apprentices working towards their Diploma in Applied Permaculture Design. 

You can download a poster to help promote this event and a leaflet that provides more information.

Tuesday 23rd May, 7:00pm to 9:00pm

Herb Garden Community Café

Free admittance includes hot drink and cake served at 7pm.
All are welcome!

Battery storage for your surplus solar energy is becoming an effective and affordable option.

Our guest speaker for May is Mike Collison, founder of ESP Energy, a company that specialises in renewable energy systems.

In his talk, Mike will outline what models of battery storage are on the market and help you understand which would suit your property best. He will also show how battery storage can integrate into your existing system of photovoltaic panels and can be used for charging electric cars.

About the speaker

Mike set up ESP Energy in 2010 as a family business installing photovoltaic (PV) panels throughout Shropshire. ESP Energy are now experts in a variety of renewable energy systems from biomass boilers and heat pumps to solar panels and battery storage.

ESP Energy design, install and maintain renewable systems all over the UK and their work has been recognised throughout the industry earning them multiple awards.

You can download a poster to help promote this event and a leaflet that provides more information.

Tuesday 25th April, 7:00pm to 9:00pm

Herb Garden Community Café

Free admittance includes hot drink and cake served at 7pm.
All are welcome!

Hydropower is the world's leading renewable energy resource producing around 17% of the world's electricity and 90% of the world's renewable power.

Our guest speaker for April is Grenville Ham, the Founder and Managing Director of TGV Hydro, a not-for-profit community owned engineering and construction company that specialises in Micro Hydropower.

In his talk, Grenville will explain how micro hydropower works, draw on numerous examples local to Llandrindod Wells and show how a future renewable energy industry is practical in the UK.

About the speaker

Grenville Ham is the Founder and Managing Director of TGV Hydro, a not-for-profit community owned engineering and construction company, that specialises in Micro Hydropower. Grenville is considered one of the pioneers of the Welsh renewable energy industry and has picked up numerous personal awards throughout his career including the British Empire Medal for ‘Services to the Renewable Energy of Wales’. TGV Hydro were awarded the Powys Small Business of the Year 2015 alongside several national innovation awards such as NESTA’s £1 million Big Green Challenge and the Ashden Award for Community Energy.

Grenville is a Brecon resident and from the first of April 2017 is the new Leader of the Wales Green Party.

You can download a poster to help promote this event and a leaflet that provides more information.

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