Category: News Letters

  • ACT Newsletter February 2024

    ACT Newsletter February 2024

    Welcome to the first ACT Newsletter of 2024. We have a busy year ahead, with much of our attention focused on the ACT with the Arts Climate Festival planned for June this year. With the likelihood of a general election some time this year, we will also be taking a close look at the climate…

  • 4Fs Newsletter November 2023

    4Fs Newsletter November 2023

    Meeting at Shillingford Organics Owner Martyn Bragg showed us around his farm near Exeter where he grows fruit and vegetables for sale via veg boxes, at farmers markets and wholesale to local businesses. We had a look at the crops growing in the polytunnels and on the fields. We learned about the business model in…

  • ACT Newsletter November 2023

    ACT Newsletter November 2023

    Welcome to the ACT newsletter for November, with lots of information about what we’ve been doing and what’s coming up. There is an update on the new ACT with Art group, news of Teignbridge District Council’s climate scorecard, ideas from ACT’s list of actions you can take to reduce your heating bills and carbon emissions,…

  • ACT Newsletter August 2023

    ACT Newsletter August 2023

    Visit ACT at Newton Abbot Fayre We will be setting up a stall at this event on Saturday August 26th in Courtenay Park and would love to see you there. Both Wildlife Wardens and Carbon Cutters will be there with a range of exhibits, games and a quiz so come and test your knowledge, or…

  • Carbon Cutters Newsletter April 2023

    Carbon Cutters Newsletter April 2023

    Hello fellow Carbon Cutters, I’m Scott Williams , your new coordinator, and I’m here to help. Firstly a bit about me. I’ve been aware of the problems created by our burning of greenhouse gases for some time, since the call to ban CFCs, and have been trying to reduce my carbon and ecological impact and leave no…

  • ACT Newsletter February 2023

    ACT Newsletter February 2023

    Welcome! It’s been a while since we updated you on ACT’s activities. That’s because we’ve been busy running our existing projects and setting up new ones. We’re sure there’s lots more we could do with your help, and we’re compiling a list of the skills, roles and support we need to take on even more…