This is just a reminder of some things that are happening over the next couple of weeks. Also coming up, Saturday 15th October is the Community Barn Dance at St. Andrew’s Church Centre, Old Church Road. If you have not already booked your tickets, please contact Suse at email@example.com
Tuesday 20th September – Green Drinks at the Old Inn from 7.30pm. If you haven’t been to Green Drinks before, this is a great way to get to know other people who are involved in Transition Clevedon, and enjoy some of the Old Inn’s great local ales and ciders.
Thursday 22nd September – Community Book Shop meeting at The Baptist Church, Queen’s Square at 7.30pm. This is a public meeting to launch the enterprise. This project is not run by Transition Clevedon, but we hope it will be a successful community asset. If you have any enquiries, Angela Everett would be pleased to hear from you, 01275 219171 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Saturday 24th September – monthly Farmers Market at Queen’s Square. The Farmers Market has a fantastic selection of local cheeses, fruit juices, fruit and veg, breads, cakes and meat, and more! We will be having our usual stall with plant swap and Transition information. Bring a surplus plant and get one you want in return. If you don’t have anything to swap then a small donation would also be welcome.
Saturday 24th – Sunday 25th September – MARLENS Marine Lake Festival. This is the annual Marine Lake Festival which is put on to celebrate our marvellous marine lake and seafront. Transition Clevedon will be having a stall at the festival. For further information and a program of the festival event, please visit www.marlens.org.uk
Tuesday 27th September – Transition Clevedon Annual Gathering at the Town Council offices, Old Street, at 7.30pm. We will post more details later in the week. We look forward to seeing as many of you there as possible to celebrate the successes of our first year, and share a vision for a more sustainable community.
Sunday 2nd October – Orchard Clearance at the Community Orchard, 11am-1pm. This session will follow on from the excellent progress made last month in readiness for harvesting the apples at the end of October.