Transition Falmouth and other Local Events – December 2019

The final monthly gatherings of 2019 for Transition Falmouth and Falmouth LETS are at the PennyComeQuick pub on Falmouth Moor from 7pm on Wednesday 4th December. All are most welcome. January’s meetings will be on the 8th as New Years Day falls on the first Wednesday.

See https://www.pennycomequick.co.uk

Details follow of these and other local events with a Transition and community ethos in and around Falmouth coming up in December:


Monthly Falmouth & Penryn Repair Cafe

on Sunday 1st December, 1:30pm-3pm, at

Methodist Church Hall, 10 Killigrew St, Falmouth TR11 3PG

Open the first Sunday of each month from 1.30 – 4pm

There are usually sewing, electrical, mechanical, computing, and ceramic repairers present.

See https://repaircafe.org/en/location/falmouth-penryn-repair-cafe/


Monthly Falmouth LETS meeting

on Wednesday 4th December 7pm-7:30pm, at

The PennyComeQuick, 16 Killigrew Street, The Moor, Falmouth, TR11 3PN

LETS is a way of exchanging goods & services with other people in the community without the need for money. New members always welcome. Find out more/join on the night.

See http://falmouthlets.org.uk
https://twitter.com/FalmouthLETS


Monthly Transition Falmouth meeting

on Wednesday 4th December, 7:30-8:30pm, at

The PennyComeQuick, 16 Killigrew Street, The Moor, Falmouth, TR11 3PN

Engaging the community in designing a vibrant low energy future for Falmouth and the surrounding area to face the challenges posed by Peak Oil, Climate Change and social justice. Please join us and participate in the process – fresh input is always welcome. Always plenty to discuss.

See https://transitionfalmouth.org.uk
https://twitter.com/Tr_Falmouth
https://www.facebook.com/transitionfalmouth


Friends of Tregoniggie Woodland Working Parties

Activities include tree planting days, path sweeping, litter picking and cutting back of brambles. Regular working parties are usually held on the second and fourth Saturday of each month from 10am – 12 pm (weather permitting).  Get involved by joining in with their activities – see https://www.cornwall.gov.uk/environment-and-planning/parks-and-open-spaces/tregoniggie-woodland/ for contact details.


XR Falmouth & Penryn

XR (Extinction Rebellion) Falmouth & Penryn have a busy programme. To get on their mailing list and find out more about their activities contact xrfalmouthpenryn@outlook.com


Falmouth Food Cooperative

are looking to start a Falmouth branch of the National Food Service and have two aims so far. One to host a first trial pop up kitchen in January. The second to look at the feasibility of running a NFS project in the long-run, particularly with the idea of getting a venue. At this initial stage, they are currently meeting every Wednesday 6-8pm in the meeting room in the Seven Stars pub. Anyone is welcome so spread the word to anyone you might know who could be interested. See https://falmouthfoodcoop.com


Soul Farm — No dig regenerative market garden

is looking to develop their existing local food initiative near Flushing into a CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) and is currently crowdfunding to that end. At the time of posting they have 23 days left to raise £5,000 and are well worthy of your support. See https://www.crowdfunder.co.uk/soul-farm


Please keep us informed of any further local environmental events in and around Falmouth this month (or in coming months) by commenting below.

n.b. We are happy to publicise other local events with a community ethos here as well as our own…


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