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Wild Women in the Landscape: heartfelt workshops with Jane Cooke

These Heartfeltwork events (come to as many as you like) are for women to be together on the land, with nature, sharing our skills, enthusiasms and ways of being. Each day – and the camping weekend- will be a lovely, sharing way of exploring different ideas and experiences that will leave us feeling deeply enriched.


"How Fair is Powys - a year on?"consultation event 3/7/2013 in the Pavilion

Photo of group of people

A series of public events are being held in the coming weeks to look at issues of inequality facing people in Powys and to help shape the strategic equality plans of both Powys County Council and Powys teaching Health Board.

The “How Fair is Powys?” 2013 events are being held  at:

-          Hope Community Church, Newtown on Tuesday June 25th;

-          The Pavilion, Llandrindod Wells on Wednesday July 3rd;

-          Theatr Brycheiniog, Brecon on Friday July 12th.

All events are free to attend and will run from 9.30am until 12.30pm.


Ashfield Summer Fair 29 June 2013

Ashfield Community Land Trust in Howey is holding a Summer Fair this Saturday 29/6/13  from 11am!  Come and see what's going on.  There will be entertainment, a live band, wildlife events, kids activities, food and a barbeque.  All the info is on the attached poster.

Entrance is only £3 and kids are free!

limited parking: instead why not join the walking bus from band stand Temple Gardens, 10am.




TLT MEETING 25/6/13: speaker RICHARD PITTS on food security

TLT meeting: Tuesday June 25th , 2013

venue:  Herb Garden Cafe

time: 7.00pm to 9.00pm

talk and discusssion 'Are All Our Eggs in One Basket?  Assessing the Resilience of a Community's Food Supply?'

 ALL ARE WELCOME! free refreshments!

This is the sixth 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!

Questionnaire provided by Richard Pitts

Draft notes of meeting

              File:Presteigne.jpg     A View of Broad St in modern-day Builth Wells

we are very pleased to announce that our  programme this evening will include a talk and discussion with local food security researcher,  RICHARD PITTS from Presteigne Transition. This will give us an exclusive first preview of some original local research into the resilience of the food supply to  two local communities, as well as an opportunity to contribute to this research.


The Big Scoop 14/6/13 Llandrindod

The Big Scoop: Don’t leave it for someone else!big scoop logo

Keep Wales Tidy, the Dogs Trust and Keep Britain Tidy are all planning to raise awareness of the problems caused by dog fouling in England & Wales with a number of activities during a special day called The Big Scoop on Friday 14th June 2013.

Llandrindod Wells Town Council is working closely with Rachel Palmer, Keep Wales Tidy Project officer for south Powys and other community volunteers who help care for the local environment and invite dog walkers, other residents or school groups to join them at 10.00am that Friday on Memorial and Temple Gardens, Llandrindod Wells.


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