This beautiful and inspiring documentary features the wildlife of Hawaii’s famous surf zone and the surfers and scientists who are fighting to protect it. Turtles, dolphins, monk seals and albatrosses all have to cope with the growing number of people using the island beaches, but now animals face an additional threat from washed up plastic. A varied bunch of island characters make it clear that these beautiful islands have a powerful message for us all. South Hams based filmmaker and farmer Rebecca Hoskins made this film and went on to campaign for Modbury to become the UK’s first plastic bags free town. With the current revived interest in reducing plastic waste it is timely for us to revisit this film and perhaps reduce plastic use locally.
The Seven Stars Hotel (Ballroom), Totnes Doors open: 7.30pm – refreshments available at bar Film starts at 8pm (49 mins) Entry £4 / £3 concs (£2 youth under 25yrs) (Entry by membership – available on the night)
TTT is looking for two new trustees with experience of HR, finance, and organisational strategy within the charity and community sector. The time commitment is 1/2 day a month, and meetings are informal and enjoyable.
We are a community-led charity supporting a diverse portfolio of grass-roots projects and enterprises, all working towards a common vision: to build a happy, healthy, caring community that is environmentally, economically, and socially resilient in a changing world.
Some of our longstanding trustees are soon retiring, so we are inviting people who have the passion and experience to make a difference to get in touch.