Visitors from near and far came along to sample the delights of ADAPTability yesterday. The event was hosted by ADAPT, (Audlem and District Acting Positively for Transition), and offered a range of activities for the whole family.
ADAPT members take the view that local action is necessary to face the challenges ahead and promotes Local Food, Local Shops and Services, and Greener Energy Use as a means of making the transition to a lower carbon lifestyle. ADAPTability showed how enjoyable and money saving or making these changes could be.
Judith from Reaseheath College explained the wonderful range of courses on offer and encouraged people to come to their Apple Festival on 18th and 19th October. Two fine hens had brought Bob, Helen and Laura along to show how you could have a supply of wholesome eggs and great entertainment.
It was a hugely enjoyable day for both visitors and ADAPT members. ADAPT meets on the first Wednesday of the month at 7.30pm at the Baptist Chapel. We shall not be resting on our laurels and will spend the meeting next week reviewing how much progress we have made in our first year and looking forward to more exciting activities in 2011.
Contact Susan on 811092 for more information
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