The Transition Newton Abbot Newsletter
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Happy New Year!
January 2016
Welcome to the January 2016 edition of the Transition Newton Abbot (TNA) Newsletter. Happy New Year! I hope you’ve had a good start to 2016. Speaking of new starts, I should announce that I am the new TNA Postie, and so I am taking over the role of writing this Newsletter. We also have a new email system, so this might look a bit unfamiliar- but hopefully it’s an improvement!
Due to these changes, please reply to this email if you have any comments or suggestions about the layout or content of our Newsletter. I'll also note that you can easily change your preferences or unsubscribe at any time.
We are also working on improving the other ways in which we communicate, and so we now have an active Facebook page! Please like the page for more frequent updates from TNA. We are also updating the style and content of the TNA website, so let us know if you have any feedback or ideas.

If our activites interest you, then why not get involved? Otherwise, thanks for reading!

TNA Postie
Transition Newton Abbot News
December was quite a busy month for TNA! Here is a quick summary...
  • We had our Annual General Meeting, where we discussed the year gone by and TNA's future in 2016!
  • The Community Garden group had a festive meetup to celebrate the end of the year, plan Garden activities for 2016, and make some decorations for the Christmas Fayre. Read more...
  • The Book Group met up to discuss "Drinking Molotov Cocktails with Gandhi" by Mark Boyle. Read more...
  • TNA attended the Newton Abbot Christmas Fayre, with an impressive decorated stall. It was brilliant to talk to people who were enthusiastic about Transition and keen to get involved! Read more...
Garden Meetup
TNA Stall
Other News & Further Reading
Have you heard about TNA's partner group, Teign Energy Communities (TECs)? They have some exciting news! TECs are building up to their first community-owned solar photovoltaic installation at Teign School, Kingsteinton, in February 2016. Read more...

So, how can you help TECs with this initiative? Follow the links for more information on their website!
COP21, the climate change conference in Paris, was also big news in December. If you missed it, here are some articles of interest:
Finally, you may be interested to know that the Transition Network released their latest feature film, Transition 2.0, about the Transition movement around the world. Watch it for free on YouTube.
Upcoming Events

Rewilding Talk
14/01/16, 6pm, Exeter University

Writer George Monbiot and conservationist Alan Watson Featherstone explore the benefits of rewilding. 
More details...

Book Group Meeting
19/01/16, 8pm

The Book Group will be discussing "Feral" by George Monbiot. If you're interested in the group, come along to find out more.
More details...

Community Garden Landscaping Day
17/01/16, from 10am

Join us at the Garden to help continue creating a path, and to repair the growing beds- or just come along to find out more!
More details...
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