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Remember GREEN DRINKS on 21st of each month from 7:30pm in the Blue Boar, Mill Street, Ludlow. Come and join this month's discussion and social!
Author Archives: Megan Blackmore
A new XR Ludlow and Leominster group has been formed. Find out more by: Downloading their newsletter Visiting their facebook page Emailing the organisers at XRLudlow&Leominster@outlook.com
Traidcraft Christmas Fair Saturday 17th November 10 – 4 Ludlow Mascall Centre Browse the wide range of 100% fair trade and ethical products – unique handcrafted gifts, Christmas foods and decorations, Christmas cards and lots of groceries and chocolate. Shop … Continue reading
The Ludlow 21 Sustainable Transport Group have published a briefing note to help new Electric Vehicle Drivers – click here for more.
It’s Fairtrade Fortnight 26th February – 11th March Close the door on exploitation. Choose Fairtrade. Ludlow Fair Trade Town Group is helping open the door to Fairtrade. Millions of farmers and workers are still being ripped off despite working hard … Continue reading
Could you be part of the Ludlow Green Festival Team for 2019? Volunteers are needed to help with: marketing recruiting sponsors involving local schools and community groups planning and running activities at the festival and more! There will be a … Continue reading
A date has been set for the Green Festival 2018 – Sunday 8th July. More info coming soon.
On October 18th three members of the Ludlow 21 Education Group, Ian Urry, Christopher Deaves and Megan Blackmore, delivered a school assembly at Bishop Hooper Church of England Primary School, Ashford Carbonel on how to reduce our carbon footprint. The … Continue reading
Ludlow 21’s AGM will be held on Thursday 22nd June in the Queen Elizabeth Suite, Feathers Hotel at 7.30pm Papers for the AGM can be downloaded here: AGM Agenda 2016 AGM Minutes Accounts 2016/17 treasurers report 2017 Chair and group … Continue reading
TAKE A FAIRTRADE BREAK 2017 sees the 23rd Fairtrade Fortnight in the UK. Choosing Fairtrade really matters Don’t feed exploitation, support Fairtrade. Be part of the solution not part of the problem Look out for Promotions in Fair Trade outlets … Continue reading