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Engaging the community in designing a vibrant low energy future for Falmouth and the surrounding area to face the twin challenges posed by Peak Oil and Climate Change.
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“Food, glorious good, there’s nothing quite like it……” To celebrate Cornish local food and drink this Christmas a new online guide to small and medium-sized enterprises has just been launched by Transition Falmouth. With over 120 listings of producers, … Continue reading
Transition Falmouth Meeting 23rd November 2016 at The Greenbank Hotel, Falmouth 7:30pm – click here for full notes. … Continue reading
The following received from VoyageVert, who are giving a talk followed by discussion about their exciting sustainable transport project at The Poly here in Falmouth on Wednesday 7th December Click here for full details of this free event from their … Continue reading
Transition Falmouth has joined forces with over 30 other organisations in the Cornish Plastic Pollution Coalition to support the introduction of a Deposit Return System for Cornwall and the U.K., designed to reduce the huge number of bottles and cans … Continue reading
We received the following email from Dave Hicks, and have already shared it (with attachments) on our discussion list, but are also pleased to share here on our website, as the “Climate Change Companion” in particular is very clear on … Continue reading
Transition Falmouth Meeting 26th October 2016 at The Greenbank Hotel, Falmouth 7:30pm – click here for full notes. … Continue reading
Transition Falmouth Meeting 28th September 2016 at The Boslowick Inn, Falmouth 7:30pm – click here for full notes. See here for details of our next meeting on 26th October at a new venue. … Continue reading
Please note change of venue to The Greenbank Hotel this month for both the Falmouth LETS meeting (6:30pm) and TF meeting (7:30pm) on Wednesday 26th October – we have the use of the “Captains Table” in the meeting room for … Continue reading
As good Transitioners, you are doubtless also avid recyclers. If you’re anything like your intrepid author, you’d probably like the council to be able to recycle even more plastics than it currently does. According to this article in the West … Continue reading
Several key people can’t make tonight’s (27 July) meeting(s) so having rung around regular attendees. we’ve made a collective decision to cancel TF and Falmouth LETS meeting(s) at the Boslowick Inn tonight, and have also informed the venue. Apologies for … Continue reading