ADAPT meeting next week

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The next  monthly meeting of ADAPT  will take place on Wednesday, 1st  February, at 7.30 pm at the Baptist Church, Audlem.

This meeting will include the first of a series of discussions based on The Transition Companion book. The theme is:

What are your reasons for being involved with ADAPT? And how do they compare to the nine most common reasons why people have become involved in the Transition movement in Britain and abroad during the movement’s first five years? 

The agenda includes a guide for preparing the discussion, but don't worry if you don't have the book — come along and join in anyway!

There are still a few copies of the first batch of books available at £15 from Colin Ainley cjsa123@googlemail.com" target="_blank">cjsa123@googlemail.com

cjsa123@googlemail.com" target="_blank">The meeting will hear a report from the recent food group meeting and discuss ideas for the produce show later in the year. All are welcome.

 

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