Saturday 8th December
2:00pm to 5:00pm

Hotel Commodore, Llandrindod

Come and join our celebration of Llandrindod Transition Group's 10th anniversary.  The Llandrindod Transition group was set up in 2008 and we'll be looking back over the wide range of events and activities that we've been doing for local  sustainability.  We've also invited other groups from across the region to come and join in and tell us what they've been doing.

The format will be a series of short talks with plenty of time between for discussion, nattering, drinking tea and mince pies - somewhere between a conference and a party!

It should be both a fun afternoon and also inspiring... so please do come along and join us!

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

Herb Garden Cafe

Free admittance and all are welcome!

Are you passionate about buying local?

Throughout the country groups of like minded people are gathering together to create ‘hubs’ to enable local people to sell their produce. Are Food Hubs purely about food? Not at all! Other groups have grown in different ways depending on what works in their area and what local people are looking for. Many hold thriving monthly meetings where they sell all types of local produce, crafts, food & drink.
 
Kerry Mills from the Seed to Saucepan project at Ashfield Community Enterprise will introduce the topic and lead the discussion. Kerry has been looking into the different models used by Food Hubs in other areas and is keen to find out what makes them successful and gather ideas on what would work here.
 
Come along and discuss how we could pull together all our local talent to create our very own Food Hub in Llandrindod.
 
Please download and display a poster to help promote this event.
 
(Please note this talk was postponed from October)
 
 
 
 

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

Herb Garden Cafe

Free admittance and all are welcome!

Acorns: the once-and-future staple?
Acorns are one of our richest native food sources, and have been a major part of diets across large areas of the northern hemisphere over several thousand years. As food security becomes more of a global issue, should we look again at this forgotten resource?
 
Joe Botting and David Strachan will introduce the acorn as a food source, explain how to process them to make them edible, demonstrate the success of their initial experiments, and tell you how you can join in.
 
Please download and display a poster to help promote this event.

Tuesday 28th August, 7:00pm to 9:00pm

Herb Garden Cafe

Free admittance and all are welcome!

Have you ever wanted to use a gazebo, an extra-large suitcase or a thermal camera? You probably don’t want to buy or store one of these items, but would like to have access to them and many other things. A Library of Things could be the answer! Libraries of Things loan out tools (e.g. hammers, power drills and screwdrivers), household equipment (e.g. ladders, cake tins) and a surprising assortment of other things for a small fee. These initiatives save money and reduce waste.
 
Katja Stevens will be telling us about her plans to set up a Library of Things in Llandrindod. Everyone who may be interested in helping out with, borrowing from or contributing to the library is invited to attend. 
 
Please download and display a poster to help promote this event.
 

Resources

 
Watch this TED talk by Rebecca Trevalyan about setting up the London Library of Things
 
 
 
 
 

Tuesday 24th July, 7:00pm to 9:00pm

Herb Garden Cafe

Free admittance and all are welcome!

 
Interested in alternative ways to grow your own?
In his short film, gardener Graham Cole demonstrates how you can feed your family on your allotment and garden using vegetable compost and green manures to obtain good crops of high nutritional value. The film will be followed with a discussion led by local gardener Sian Meredudd.
 
 
Please download and display a poster to help promote this event.
 
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Image link to Llandrindod Acorns project page

... and also your old mobile phones and other gadgets.
Reduce waste and support TLT at the same time!

Details here...