Updates from Transition Leominster

Repair café

It’s back – the Repair cafe is on 10th October at Leominster Community Centre 10.30am – 12 midday. “We will attempt to repair portable household items, electrical/mechanical equipment, toys & bicycles.” email Paul Beeden at  transitionleominster@gmail.com to book a slot or be prepared to queue. Please wear a mask.

Apple picking and juicing

At Applewood Permaculture Centre. Juicing is on Folks! Picking in October from 1-4th, juicing 4-6th. Responsibly!  Picking is easy to do socially distanced, juicing not so easy! so contact Chris: cevans@gn.apc.org  Big crop this year! People could also come and harvest just for themselves under the “Fair Share” principle

Update from Power for People

Dear Transition Leominster,
I write with some excellent news regarding the campaign for the Local Electricity Bill: Good Energy have become the first national energy utility to publicly endorse the Bill. This comes after an exciting few months which have seen the number of supportive MPs hit 200, and the likes of Black Environment Network, Environmental Justice Foundation, Green Energy Together and Energy Saving Trust all giving their support for the Bill as well. We now have 56 county and local authorities, 385 local organisations and 55 national organisations on board.
The momentum that we are building up is really encouraging, and it’s important that we keep up the pressure on MPs. To that end, would you be willing to write to your local MP(s) and ask that they support the Bill and to encourage other members of your group to do so? It is thanks to the efforts of supporters that the campaign has continued to grow so quickly, and the more local people that MPs hear from, the better.
If you’re not sure whether or not your MP has supported the Bill yet, (Bill Wiggin has not) we have a full list on our website here: https://powerforpeople.org.uk/the-local-electricity-bill/support/
Thank you for all the efforts of Transition Leominster in helping the campaign so far. Do please get in touch if you have any questions, or if you would like any advice about what to include in your message.
All the best,  Rupert Meadows

Here is a link to the Transition Network’s YouTube channel. See what other Transition groups are getting up to in these interesting and informative videos.
Here is a link to 4 Tales to Save the World (in 4 parts)  a brand new online storytelling event with music and live technology – making space to talk about Climate Crisis
 Regards from Annie, pp Transition Leominster transitionleominster@gmail.com

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