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What's On

Green Drinks

The next meeting is on

Thursday 18 September from 8.00 pm
The Tiger, Barrack Street, back room

Come to our monthly gathering ( third Thursday of the month) and enjoy the wonderful beers and free sandwiches while talking over local, national and international green issues.

Introduction to Bushcraft

4 October 9.30am-5.00pm

Click this link details. [Not a TTB event]

Real World Economics Workshop

4-5 October 9.30-5.00
St Michael's Estate, Bridport
£75 , bursaries available

Development on a Human Scale, workshops led by Ines Aponte and Jay Tompt from the Well & Good project, based in Totnes. See Flyer for Further details.

Make More Use Less Workshop

9 October 09.30-13.00
Fernhill Hotel, Charmouth

A workshop that will help your business save money, reduce your environmental impact and sell more. The purpose of the workshop is to answer questions about how to make more from your products and services by being more efficient and having a more desirable brand.
For more details click this link.

Bridport Community Orchard's Apple Day

Saturday October 18th, 11-3

Full programme of entertainment, refreshments, woodworkers, bees, pond dipping, cider and stalls,

plus information about the orchard, including the allotment.

TTB will be there with our popular " Apple Fruit Machine"


Everyone's Life Changes
Staying Happy in Uncertain Times

20 October 2-5
Chapel in the Garden, East Street

[Not a TTB event]

A Life skills Taster - see Flyer

"Launch of the new working woodlanders”
- logs for labour and wood for work -

Help restore a beautiful west Dorset woodland, learn new skills, meet new people and get hands on experience of woodland management and coppicing. Whilst working the woodland you can get access to fuel wood, bean sticks and other coppice and woodland products in return for volunteering your labour.
The new working woodlanders will meet twice a month during the winter season to undertake woodland tasks including cutting and restoring hazel and ash coppice, grading woodland produce, charcoal making and fuel wood preparation. Come along to our initial group meeting in mid- September.

To find out more and register your interest please contact: Kit Vaughan by email on kitclimate@gmail.com or mobile 07778525816 and see www.primecoppice.com. We look forward to
welcoming you to the wood !

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