Archive for July, 2012
Sometimes I feel like I’m the only one among my family and friends who is concerned about climate change and find it difficult to talk to them about it, so this course immediately caught my attention:
I assumed it would provide the basics of the science and some facts to convince people that the wettest June ever (and possibly July too!) was happening for a reason, but it turned out to be far more interesting than that.
Like most days this summer it was another wet one, but the kids rang their bells regardless on what is a rare chance to ride around the town centre…
Two design concepts for the Corn Exchange have been on display at the Langdale Hall for the last 3 weeks. If you couldn’t get there the two concepts can be seen on the home page of the Town Council website.
There’s this survey to complete too. It only takes between 5 and 10 minutes to do and includes an important question on how the work should be financed. The survey closes on Sunday.
Whether coincidence or not, well done Cogges for putting on courses to help people get to grips with, or brush up on, skills that we used to take for granted.
If you haven’t bought your season ticket to the farm yet it’s good value at £13.50 for the year allowing you to visit the farm whenever you want whilst supporting this lovely venture.
And do check the website for their other events this summer.
This is just a quick reminder that the Edible Gardens group will be meeting tomorrow, Tuesday 10 July, at 10.30am-12 noon. They meet at Cogges on the second Tuesday of every month.