The Clear Water Arts Trail was a project that supported the Transition Town Totnes Film Festival. The aim was to remind us of the fragility of our water systems by displaying pieces by local artists and school pupils in shops and businesses around Totnes in November 2019
Artworks created by primary school children, professional artists and BTEC art students can now be seen in this collective exhibition in the gallery at the Ariel Centre at King Edward VI Community College, Totnes ... See MoreSee Less
Network of Wellbeing are recruiting! Are you passionate about sharing happiness and wellbeing? Would you like to work as part of a small, active team? If so, then they would love to hear from you.Under one week to go!!!
Would you like to join our small and friendly team and help to spread the word about wellbeing?
Winter party at the REconomy Project: Totnes next Monday. Great opportunity to find out more about the organisation, meet new people and find out about awesome local projects, and of course to make merry!
The Totnes Wellbeing Fund aims to support individuals and community groups in Totnes and adjacent parishes, helping them to turn great ideas to boost wellbeing into reality. Because a small change can make a big difference, we’re keen to support initiatives where a little input from us could really enhance personal, community and environmental wellbeing.
** Totnes Wellbeing Fund Applications: If you’d like to apply, please read our Application Pack for more details, and return a completed Application Form (Word document) to firstname.lastname@example.org by 21st December 2018.** ... See MoreSee Less
If you can, join us showing support for the motion to take emergency action outside the Devon County Council offices in Topsham Road at 1.30 pm tomorrow.
“If we do not change course by 2020, we risk missing the point where we can avoid runaway climate change, with disastrous consequences for people and all the natural systems that sustain us*” – António Guterres, UN Secretary-General  ... See MoreSee Less