The next meeting of the Llandrindod Transition Town Group will be about the Llani Car Club. The club, which is based in Llanidloes, started in July 2007 with one car and four members. Six years later it has three cars, a van and 38 members. Andrew Capel, who founded the club, will tell us about how the club came into being, the reasons for its continuing success, and the benefits of joining a car club. A vehicle is often thought to be essential in somewhere like Llandrindod, but this talk will explain how it is possible to live in a rural area without owning a car.
The meeting will be on Tuesday 24 September from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. in the Herb Garden Café, Llandrindod. The meeting is open to all, with free admittance (including hot drink and cake).