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transition_free_press_banner_2_summer_2013-600pxON SALE NOW!    

From G & A Jones Newsagents , Station Road, Llandrindod. Also from Di Greaves, distributor, at TLT meetings only.advertisement for Transition Free Press subscriptions

Other outlets are being set up, watch this space.


Yes, you can read it online!   But the paper's the thing; so join the slow revolution, take your time, go off-line, savour the real print - whether you make it last 3 months, or read it in a sitting. If you get the chance,  do buy one and pass it on to a place or a person who might benefit from a liberating read! Leave one in your library or local cafe, or give to a friend or colleague.

Read all about it on the TFP blog 8/5/2013

Transition Free Press is a Social Enterprise supported but not financially assisted by the Transition Network

** transition memorabilia collectors please note**

"I have a few copies remaining of the original Transition Free Press edition 1, spring 2013 - buy one for your grandchildren? ask me at a TLT meeting" 



Llandrindod MAY FAIR 2013 @ The Pavilion Bank Holiday Monday 6 May 11am - 4pm

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 LLANDRINDOD_MAYFAIR_2013_poster_compressed~~~~~~~ LLANDRINDOD MAY FAIR 2013 ~~~~~~~

* community celebration of LOCAL Llandrindod
* promoting LOCAL produce, crafts, skills, clubs, shops & businesses
* launch-pad for new ideas and grass-roots actions
* popup Kino cinema, Speakers Corner, Children's Fun
* Makers & Growers Market, Shop Local, Spa Health & Fitness
* Wildly Naturally, Upcycling Hub, competitions
* tasters, demonstrations, entertainments, live music & more
* Love LOCAL Llandrindod website
* MAY FAIR DRAW! lots of lovely LOCAL prizes
* supported by Llandrindod Wells Town Council

* Free entry, Free exhibitor spaces

for local businesses; NO FEE! bring us printed your fliers for the Shop Local promo, and email your video advert for the cinema + follow through to future events and website promoting Llandrindod businesses.



Upper Wye Litter clean up: volunteers invited

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messages from the organiser, Tony Norman of the Wye and Usk Foundation: 3/3/2013


26/3/2013 Fortunately, I have had various groups of people working away for the last few weeks and they are now starting to report in, having completed their given lengths. The green on the map gets a little more each week.

So far this year 50 odd volunteers have heaved out over 200 sacks/items of rubbish --  we could get perhaps 5 times that.


TLT MEETING April 23, 2013

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TLT meeting: Tuesday APRIL 23, 2013

venue:  Herb Garden Cafe

time: 7.00pm to 9.00pm

ALL ARE WELCOME! free refreshments!


Programme includes films chosen by Nick and Alan

This is the fourth of our monthly meetings for 2013. If you have an idea for low carbon, resilient Llandrindod you would like to put into action, or would like to help with events, activities and projects please join us!


Llandrindod Business Group OPEN DAY 19th MARCH 2013

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Llandrindod Economic Regeneration Action Plan




STOP PRESS: PLEASE NOTE Clarification from Miller Research: there will be further public sessions in the next few weeks, but the previously announced session on the 21st is just for the town council.14/3/2013

message from Claire Kerby of Miller Research

Dear all, The Llandrindod Business Group, supported by Miller Research, are holding an Open Day on 19th March.

 The aim of this Open Day is to hear views from as many people as possible to feed into an Economic Regeneration Action Plan for the town. We want to find out about  the good things about Llandrindod, the less good, and  hopes people have for the future.


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