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Come and hear Trevor Howard talk about the technology in Tavistock Town Hall, in the Rundle Room, at 10:30 on Saturday Oct 28th.
Trevor will also be available at Tamar Energy Fest to answer your questions.
Tamar Energy Fest – 28th Oct – Tavistock Town Hall
Local Energy Matters … so come along and join us between 10:00 and 15:00.
Check out the latest in energy storage, smart networks … and local opportunities.
We’ll have information about investing in Tamar Energy Community’s Community Solar Share offer which will be launching in October.
We’ll be running energy clinics and advice sessions all day; and we’re celebrating Eco-Innovators, Community Housing and Devon Hedge Week.
Come and chat to our local exhibitors with information on reducing your energy usage, renewables technologies and more.
Join our talks and presentations including smarter energy, alternative batteries, warmer homes, older homes and woodfuel from hedges.
Entry is free, with energy related family fun as well as tea and cake!
Interested in getting involved? Exhibiting? Volunteering on the day? Any suggestions?
Please email email@example.com, call 07969 569 444, drop-in at Local Matters or come and have a chat at Green Drinks.
You can download our flyer here. Please share with your friends and colleagues!
Check out this inspiring programme recently aired on Radio 4.
Vote here now to help make it happen.
South Hill parish is just 17 minutes from Tavistock.
The Parish Hall in Golberdon village is the heart of all activities and needs money spent on it to keep it going. We aim to “Power the Night with Sunlight” … store the energy generated from the solar panels installed on the hall roof 2 years ago so it can be used when the sun isn’t shining. This will help with running costs and ensure the hall is sustainable for the future.
We have successfully been shortlisted for a M&S Energy grant and now need VOTES, LOTS of VOTES to win the funding. We’re asking all our neighbours and friends and their friends to vote starting on Sept 4th through to Oct 20th 2017.
We hope with all our efforts and your votes we can make a real difference in our community.
THANK YOU IN ADVANCE FOR VOTING. We Need Friends.
Vote on-line visit www.south-hill.co.uk or http://www.mandsenergyfund.com/ .
South Hill FaceBook Page South Hill Parish Web Site
A 2 hour (approx.) walk learning how to identify wild edible spring plants, that are growing in the hedgerow and riverside, and the poisonous plants you could mistake them for.
Ending with a delicious meal at The Old Plough Inn sampling the wild food we find.
Spring Walks: Meeting at 11:15am at the Bere Ferrers Train Station (15 minutes from Plymouth, coinciding with the 10:54am departure from Plymouth to Bere Ferrers train station) Saturdays 11th March, 8th April and 6th May
For more info: firstname.lastname@example.org
Download – ‘Getting To Know Wild Plants’ by Flora Arbuthnott
Tavistock’s first Seed Swap was a great success on Saturday 8th April. We had just over a hundred visitors dropping into Local Matters for seeds, advice and a chat. We’d like to thank Rob and Diana from Holsworthy Organics for helping us offer a great range of seeds; and to all the local allotment holders and other local growers who bought in seeds to share. The courgette seeds seemed to be very popular and were snapped up quickly.
If you missed it, we still have seeds to share at Local Matters (Elbow Lane, Tavistock) every day (except Sundays and Bank Holiday Mondays) between 11:00 and 13:00. If you don’t have any to swap, or just too many to use yourself you can always drop them in so others can benefit.
We’re also really keen to hear your growing tips. Come and add them to our ‘greenboard’ or email email@example.com or call 07969 569 444.
Join us between 10.00am and 13.00pm on Saturday 8th April at Local Matters.for the first ever Tavistock Seed Swap!
It doesn’t matter if you don’t have any seeds to bring, come along, get some for free and bring them back to next year’s swap!
There will be lots of growers, gardening advice & plenty of chat.
For more details please contact:
Kate Royston firstname.lastname@example.org
Rob Meredith 01409 254450
Diana Lee email@example.com
Local Matters, Elbow Lane, Tavistock, PL19 0BG
(between Clinton Cards and Continental Fruits)
Totally Locally Tavistock launches Fiver Fest on Saturday 1st April. Lots of special offers for just £5 from independent traders in the town.
So far, 36 businesses are taking part!
Check out the Totally Locally Facebook page or read about the offers on page 17 in the Tavistock Times Gazette (30th March issue).
Tamar Energy Community is looking forward to this event. A great chance to catch up with what’s going on in the market. And you can find us in the Communities section. Let us know if you’re planning to go.
Organised by RegenSW. Find out more here: www.smartenergymarketplace.co.uk
28 March, Sandy Park, Exeter from 10.00 am to 4.00 pm
A unique showcase of the emerging smart, decentralised energy system of the future – a radical shift in the way we power our lives that is creating huge opportunities.
Smart Energy Marketplace is the biggest smart energy technology and renewable energy generation show in the south west. A jam packed event – with a unique exhibition, high level conference and informative talks attracting businesses, installers, developers, community groups and landowners to make for another lively and informative day.
The exhibition features over 100 companies including smart energy technologies, renewable energy installers and developers, construction companies, training providers, manufacturers, consultants and advisors, energy assessors, financiers and banks. Find out more about exhibiting here. The high level conference provides the latest overview of the sector. Designed for those who are already developing projects or those looking to explore complex policy areas or opportunities. Find out more about attending here.
Please phone Emily to find out more about the event on 01392 494 399 or email firstname.lastname@example.org .
You can also book here and download a flyer here.