A special festival just for mums and their children will be held at the Forest and Beach Centre in Beeson in September.
Full details are on facebook –
LETS (Local Exchange Trading Schemes) is a way of exchanging goods & services with other people in the community without the need for money. LETS help regenerate communities and rebuild the local economy. There are many LETS Schemes running successfully throughout the world.
The kick-off meeting for the newly-formed Tamar Valley LETS was held in Kingdon House in Tavistock on 17 May. Robin Williams (local coordinator) and Rob Follett (Falmouth LETS) gave a presentation to introduce the concept to the audience. Since that meeting Rob Follett has created the website for Tamar Valley LETS.
The link is: http://tamarvalleylets.uk/.
The main purpose of this site is to enable members to keep track of credits (“Tams”) they earn when trading goods and services.
On the homepage of this website a link to an application form can be found. People wishing to join LETS should download this form, complete it, and post it to Robin Williams. They will then be given higher-level access to the site to enable them to begin trading.
Tuesday 20th June: 6.00 to 7.30pm
Rethinking Work and Income is the title of this free evening workshop at Plymouth School of Creative Arts.
“Come and join us in Plymouth to discuss the RSA’s (the Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce) work on Basic Income and how this relates to challenges in the South-West.”
Here the link to all the information and how to sign up: https://www.thersa.org/events/fellowship-events/2017/6/rsa-sw-rethinking-work-and-income-20-june
Thanks to Ed Whitelaw for providing this information via Pat Bushell for Transition Plymouth.