Posted on July 1st, 2015 No comments
From October, we will all have to pay Teignbridge Council if we want a green bin – Will people cram stuff into their black bin for land-fill or incineration? Or will they end up fly-tipping?…
WHAT A WASTE!
Maybe there’s a better solution… Find out more with:
- Nicky Scott – of Chagford’s successful ‘Proper Job’ community recycling project &
- Ben Bryant – Teignbridge District Council’s recycling officer
Tue 7th July 7.30pm – Buckfastleigh Town Hall
Click here to download a poster to display…
Contact Mark Maish: email@example.com for more info…
Posted on June 13th, 2015 No comments
BTT offer our congratulations and support for the future to all at the Seed who have worked hard to make the place a welcoming and friendly part of the town community (as well as selling great food!).
Many thanks to all the townspeople who supported the application…
Posted on May 25th, 2015 No comments
The Buckfastleigh Neighbourhood Planning process, which will set out our plan for the community for the next 10 years, is almost complete.
There will be a public consultation meeting in the Town Hall on Wednesday 27th May 7.00-9.00 to find out about the draft Buckfastleigh and Buckfast Neighbourhood Plan. The Plan is now being prepared following 18 months of community consultation. It will be presented at the Town Hall and all residents, young and old, are warmly invited.
The meeting will be your opportunity to ask questions about the Plan’s ten key recommendations for developing the town and parish over the next ten years.
It will include a presentation on the views of children and young people, and will include a short film on how they would like to see the town developed. There will also be an exhibition of sketch designs of what the town and parish could look like by 2025, if the recommendations are realised.
The Plan presents practical proposals for – creating affordable homes; new jobs and enterprises; a new town centre; more tourism, heritage and nature conservation; greater leisure and vocational training facilities; better flood protection and measures to reduce noise pollution from the A38 and much more!
The draft Neighbourhood Plan is available to download here – Buckfastleigh Neighbourhood Plan Final (CMc).
Posted on May 1st, 2015 No comments
BTT & Buckfasleigh Primary School are holding a plant & produce swap & sale on Sunday 18th May from 10am till 2pm, at the school. More info here
Posted on May 1st, 2015 No comments
…at the Christian Community, 23, Chapel St, Buckfastleigh (upstairs dining hall)
Great food, live local entertainment, after meal board games, children’s wooden play area.
How to get involved:
– Bring and share your home cooked dish or desert (arrive 12.30)
– or come and help prepare a grand organic soup & learn how to make a fabulous and affordable lentil curry (arrive from 11am)
– or just turn up and eat the wonderful food at 1pm (£2.50 suggested donation)
– or come and collect @ 4pm – arrive with a container and we will fill it for you, donation appreciated.
Chidren under 11, Musicians, Seed volunteers, all eat for FREE
Our donations go back to the community – Individuals and groups are invited to make a request for funds and diners then vote on which concern should receive the donations collected. All requests to be received by 3pm.
Posted on March 24th, 2015 No comments
Think BIG!Buckfastleigh Independents Group is seeking to get a number of people to stand for election as Buckfastleigh Town Councillors at the elections on May 7 2015 under the BIG banner.
Posted on March 11th, 2015 No comments
Our first ‘Green Drinks’ informal meet-up at the Kings Arms was great – 8 of us turned up for a relaxed drink and got to share information about various projects and ideas that people are involved in – there’s lots going on and it was exciting and inspirational!
We decided that we wanted to meet again in two weeks, same time, same place, so please join us there on Wednesday the 18th at 7.30pm onwards…
We are getting together at the King’s Arms Pub in Fore St at 7.30pm on Wednesday 4th March for an informal social meet, where we can get to know each other and share any ideas. Come along if you are interested in making connections!
Saturday Somatics – Buckfastleigh Town Hall
7th March / 25th April / 9th May – 10am-1pm
Buck The Trend member Rosalyn Maynard is running more of her ‘Somatics’ Bodywork workshops for any who missed the last ones at the town hall or who would like to follow up with more.
More info here
Contact Ros on 07966 403574 or firstname.lastname@example.org
BTT Member Virginia Turbett sends her thanks for the massive response to the appeal for donations of clothing and other items for Syrian refugees.
A huge van-load of winter clothing, medical supplies, bedding and even a baby buggy went off a couple of weeks back, but more is coming in, and to continue we need someone who can transport it to Harlow in Essex.
If you are going that way at any time and have space in your vehicle, please get in touch – email@example.com