Tuesday 28th May 2019, 7:00pm to 9:00pm

Herb Garden Cafe

Free admittance and all are welcome!

Following the very successful May Fair held on May 6th that celebrated Llandrindod’s diversity, we are providing an opportunity for local people to get together and talk about what matters to us all in our community. We’re keen to have people attend who don’t normally come to Transition events.
How can we as a community respond together to the depletion of Earth’s resources especially now that the Welsh Assembly Government’s has recently announced a climate change emergency? As a community we face a different future from the one many people had previously expected. 
The Transition movement takes a simple approach in looking for practical workable solutions that involve local people wanting to co-operate in nurturing and protecting their communities in the face of global environmental and consequential threat.  Let’s talk about what we can do in Llandrindod and its environs.  What can we learn from one another?  How can we more effectively share our valuable skills, traditions and knowledge to ensure a better future for our children and our children’s children? And what additional innovative ideas do people have?
We’re hoping on May 28th to open up discussions that will bring hearts and minds together.  It will be an opportunity to look at the future and consider ways of supporting the creative and realistic ideas that emerge. Comments and contributions from all those attending will be welcome plus any comments from people unable to attend.  As usual It’s a free evening with free refreshments.
A larger scale event is also planned for later in the year and we’ll be sharing details of that too.
Em Hardy and David Strachan will be hosting the evening and we’ll have excerpts from the latest Transition film (Transition 2).
Please download and display a poster to help promote this event.
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