Our Travel Action Group has been unable to hold meetings in recent months due to coronavirus restrictions, but we have been keeping in touch in other ways. We’ve contributed to a round table on active travel. See the Travel section of our website for more about our activities and ways to get involved.
On Saturday 23rd November 2019 at Tavistock’s Butchers Hall. Come and talk to us at our stall (near the cafe area) between 10am and 3pm, and join in a discussion on sustainable travel we’re leading in the cafe at 11am.
Our partners Tamar Energy Community have assembled a rich mix of other stalls and will be showcasing their varied local projects on saving and generating energy. Details here.
Over the past year we’ve been highlighting sustainable transport as important for clean air, healthy living and the climate at our regular events and stalls. We have started a Transition Tavistock working group to bring together people interested in promoting this.
If you think it should be easier for us to choose to walk, cycle, use public transport or run a car that doesn’t pollute, get involved.
Next meeting Thursday 5th March 2020 at 7.30pm in the Anchorage Centre. More information on what we’re working on and how you can help here.
We’re at Eco Fest Tavi in the Meadows on Saturday 20th July, 11am to 4pm. Do call in to our stall. The link to the event website is; https://www.ecofesttavi.co.uk/
We will be focusing on local sustainable transport. Please call in and see us!
This is for anyone who wants to win hearts and minds for the changes we need to make to address climate change – whether in a community group, workplace or politics. It’s not about explaining science, but engaging people in the transition to a low carbon way of life.
It will be free, at the Alexander Centre in Tavistock, and on three Monday evenings in June: 10th, 17th & 24th. Poster attached, and link to details and online booking here https://www.learndevon.co.uk/course-details/course/WB8607/
We shall be gathering around some food and drink to share ideas on how we can contribute to the challenges of mitigating the effects of the Climate Emergency.
This will take place in Local Matters at 12 noon we will have a brief AGM followed by the Climate Emergency discussions.
To take place in Local Matters at 7:30pm we will have a brief AGM followed by a discussion about all things plastic. Sharing our experiences on reducing our consumption of plastic, including recycling and alternatives.
This replaces our usual informal get together on the second Tuesday of each month for Green Drinks, but we expect it to be just as relaxed and enjoyable. Please join us.
Please join us in Local Matters on Sat. 18th Nov. 2017, at 14:00. We’d like to celebrate our achievements with you, and discuss how we can move forward together.
The afternoon’s event will also include our AGM.
We’ll kick off with introductions and a review of the past year, and then the floor is yours.
The formal notice of our AGM is here. If you’d like to get involved in the coming year by helping shape and supporting our future; joining the Committee or volunteering, come along on Saturday or drop us an email to email@example.com.
Download a flyer here.
We look forward to seeing you.
Local Matters – 14:00 to 16:30: Transition Tavistock AGM: 2016/17 achievements and 2018 plans
Notice is hereby given of our Annual General Meeting to be held on 18th Nov 2017 at Local Matters, Elbow Lane, Tavistock. Commencing at 14:00 the AGM will be concluded by 16:30.The AGM agenda will include:
1. Apologies 4. Election of Committee Members
2. Annual Report 5. Any Other Business
3. Accounts 6. Date of next AGM
Please get in touch if there are additional matters you would like to add to the agenda.
Nominations for Committee Members
The current committee must stand down at the AGM and may be re-nominated for the coming year.
The committee would like to receive nominations from anyone interested in participating in the Committee during 2017/2018.
- Kate Royston – Coordinator
- Simon Earland – Treasurer
- Tim Barnard – Secretary
- Ian Daniels
- Graham Reed