Transition Keynsham at the Farmers Market Last month the Farmers Market moved to Market Walk in the new Civic Centre.
Transition Keynsham plans to continue to use our stall at the Farmers Market to highlight our various ongoing projects.
Above Erica is demonstrating how simple it is to knit and encouraging people to join the Stitch and Bitch group. In addition, David is always there to give out Free Bike Maintenance Advice.
So, if you have any fresh and inexpensive ideas on how we can promote, for example, the Community Veg Plot, Keynsham Community Energy (formally the Energy Group), the Food Group, the Wombles or any of our other wonderful projects; please get in touch.
Also, we would like to get a rota going to staff the stall, if you can spare an hour or two on the second Saturday of any month, we would be very pleased to hear from you!
Keynsham Wombles are hoping to do two art projects for this year's Music Festival. The aim is to decorate three dustbins/compost bins to look like animals for people to throw their glass, cans and plastic into.
The other part of the project will be to have a table at the Festival with recyclable items and craft stuff for children to come and make animals, fish, etc from. We are looking for volunteers to help man the table and help with making, so that parents/guardians can go and look at the Wombles main stand! Anyone who'd like to help with either project - decorating bins or helping with making on the day - please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Keynsham Community Energy is well on the way to gaining legal status, which we hope to have achieved by the spring. Thank you to those of you who responded to our call for donations to our â€˜kickstarterâ€™ fund.
Weâ€™re still seeking donations, so if youâ€™d be interested in supporting our community energy company, please get in touch with Mark (email@example.com) Weâ€™re delighted that weâ€™ve been joined by four new members. Anyone interested in coming along to our next meeting should contact Mark for details.