Monthly Archives: March 2012

Consider Supporting Peter Wright’s Planning Appeal

Please see below for a plea for support from Peter Wright, who is appealing a refusal of planning permission for a greenhouse close to Barton St David. Hello. I am Peter Wright and I am currently living at Tinkers Bubble, … Continue reading

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Transition Tea

We’ve been hosting this monthly event at the Good Earth in Priory Road for a few months now and attendance has dwindled to the level where we feel it’s no longer viable. So, for now Transition Tea will not be … Continue reading

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Incredible Edible Somerset Summer Conference

Somerset Community Food Somerset Community Food has invited you to the event ‘Summer Conference’ on Incredible-edible-somerset! We’d love you to join Somerset Community Food at the Incredible Edible Somerset Summer Conference! Time: July 14, 2012 from 10am to 4:30pm Location: … Continue reading

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Reminder: Recycle Day, Sunday 11th March, Priory Road Car Park

Just a quick reminder that this event starts at 2pm. Thanks to those who emailed to check and I’m sorry I missed this vital piece of info from the last newsletter! See you there!    

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FIGHT THE FUEL HIKES by Liz Ounsted (a piece that appeared in the Wells Journal)

Have you been alarmed by your latest fuel bill? The Wells Transition Towns group have taken an initiative to help you check on your electricity usage and discover where you can make significant savings. The electricity firm Ecotricity have supplied … Continue reading

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