Patrick Aubrey-Fletcher; https://www.nfuonline.com/regions/south-west/ This illuminated the important difference buying local and seasonal food makes for us all, both locally and globally.
Harriet Housam; https://wrt.org.uk/ make a ‘personal flood plan’.
Steve Riedlinger; https://acnuk.org/about/ Steve couldn’t be with us. His talk was summarised for the marginalised and persecuted of our globe.
Sarah Vinson; https://www.communitymoneyadvice.com/centre/launceston-money-advice-centre I am told some families access this American Christian website; website; https://www.crown.org/resources/financial-planning-guide/ Many access financial information and tips from https://www.moneysavingexpert.com/
Simon Giarchi; https://cafod.org.uk/Campaign/LiveSimply-award * Schemes with similar aims although effectively different are listed in Community Support below.
John Paul de Quay; https://journeyto2030.org/ The Let Us Dream exercise projected our thoughts to the future and the role each of us has in achieving our local and global dreams.
*ROC (Redeeming Our Communities) in Tavistock; https://adoddle.org/app/projects/2489/roc-tavistock?v=list which has some great ideas for their specific community; or yours?
|*Bude asks us to explore the ‘stories’ here and scroll down from each one to find a wealth of further information; https://www.budeclimate.org/our-bude-our-stories
*The Tamar Valley Churches are an Ecochurch area; https://ecochurch.arocha.org.uk/ which has a bronze, silver and gold award system for Church communities.
Liz Taylor is the Flood Resilience Advisor (SW) for the Environment Agency. Annual Conference for community flood resilience in Lostwithiel Friday 4th November. https://www.cornwallcommunityfloodforum.org.uk/annual-conference/
https://www.marmaladetrust.org/ explains that young people and the poor as well as the elderly suffer from loneliness.
We live in a democracy and this gives each of us two options to express our opinion to inform our Government’s decisions;
One is to write to your Local Councilors or/and MP – if you don’t have their name or email address – you can find it here; https://www.writetothem.com/ .
The other is when you vote, whether it be for your local councilor or your MP. For this responsibility, we suggest you consider researching each candidate’s party policies (they’re on line) and assess how your vote will impact on the ‘Cry of the Earth and the Cry of the Poor’.
Please keep us posted; let us know of questions you have asked or offers of support you have made in your community; shops, councilors, charities, friends etc. Your name will remain confidential.
And finally, here is a link to the free and complete YouTube film – ‘The Letter’ https://theletterfilm.org/watch/ Please share it.
Be the difference you want to see!
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