Rhayader in Transition

Welcome to Transition Town Rhayader & District
Croeso i Drefu Yn Troisianu Rhaeadr


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Transition Town Rhayader & District


will be held at

7:30pm on 11 June 2013

in the back room of The Crown public house,
North Street, Rhayader


Creation of a Community Garden at the Old School, Cwmdauddwr is nearing completion.  (click here for full article ) Volunteers please see the notice board on the shed door for work-day dates.  We are also looking for people to help look after the garden when it is completed.  Do drop in and have a look when you are nearby.  Hope to see you there!

Eco-refurbishment of the Old School Community Centre in Cwmdauddwr

Work to install a variety of carbon saving measures at The Old School is nearing completion and demonstrates various aspects of sustainable retro-fitting including double-glazed windows, solar thermal and photo-voltaic panels.  (click here for full article)

Please click here for more information.

New Food Co-operative....

We have discussed starting a Food Cooperative for buying local and organic produce and would like you to help by telling us whether you would be interested in setting up this group.

Please tell us if you might become one of the producers, would be a consumer or if you could be a volunteer helper.  Do let us know if you have any other helpful ideas or suggestions.  Many thanks.

click here to tell us what you would like from the cooperative.


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1.    "Energyshare" -  Many Transition Towns are competing for funding from "Energyshare".  Details can be found at http://www.energyshare.com
If you want to vote, sign on at http://www.energyshare.com/voting
Transition Tynedale have contacted us to ask for votes for their 3 projects that are still in the running along side the 16 other competing projects.  Their projects are:
'Large' category - Hexham River Hydro (Transition Tynedale)   http://www.energyshare.com/hrh/
'Medium' category - Portobello & Leith Community Wind Energy Project (PEDAL (Portobello Transition Town)   http://www.energyshare.com/portobello-leith-community-wind-energy-project/
'Small' category - Shrewsbury Hydro (Transition Town Shrewsbury) http://www.energyshare.com/shrewsbury-hydro/


2. RENEW (Radnorshire Enterprise for Nature, Education & Wellbeing) is based at the Victorian Walled Garden, Doldowlod, Powys and offers a range of Training Courses & Events to encourage and promote sustainable living.  You can find their website at http://renew.midwales.org.uk


3.    In Transition 2 film crowd funding call:
It takes a community to make a community film. The 'In Transition 2.0' film production team announces its first ever crowd funding campaign! Help us raise funds to pay film makers around the world to tell stories showing what Transition looks like in Brazil, Portugal, US, Canada, New Zealand and Japan. Hear about the film's progress and how you can get involved.  


4.    Cywarch Cymru - Hemp Wales
Members of Transition Town Llandeilo started a Hemp Group in 2007 and this aroused considerable interest. However, the climate of the Tywi valley is not absolutely ideal for hemp production, and considering the considerable bureaucratic obstacles to producing hemp, a wider focus drawing in farmers around Wales seems more appropriate than a local group and such an initiative is now getting started.  http://www.transitiontownllandeilo.org.uk/whats_new.htm


5. Part-Time Carnivore has a new website. It encourages people to commit to reduced meat consumption as well as educating them about problems caused by intensively farmed and imported meat.  You can find the website at http://www.parttimecarnivore.org


6.  Otesha - a youth-led organisation that helps young people to become agents of change, inspiring others to take small actions which add up to big change towards a cleaner, greener and fairer world.  http://www.otesha.org.uk/


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