Green Cafe tomorrow – all about the “Local Plan” & CARnival Bentham awards prizes for B.E.S.T. damselfly.

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B.E.S.T. was awarded a “most original” certificate a hand made ornament of a robin (made by Sue Halsall) and a fantastic hand knitted rosette by CARnival Bentham for Collette Austin’s carnival damselfly which was made entirely from re-used waste, (e.g. plastic bottles, tin foil, plastic bags etc.).  Sorry for the delay in posting this up – it was a case of getting round to taking the photo!

Also B.E.S.T. Green Cafe at 8pm Looking Well Studios tomorrow night (Wednesday).  Click the following link for more details: 2015 Local Plan

We’re discussing the Local and Neighbourhood Plans – which will have all sorts of implications for developments to be green – or not.  It will be really good chance to get our heads around what they mean for us, how we can be involved, what we would like to see included.- so it would be great if you came along!
Please click the link below to see the latest draft of the plan before tomorrow night.
Please click below for the minutes of our last meeting:
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BEST Carnival Damsel-fly in Carnival Bentham parade tomorrow! Don’t miss it!

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Collette has made this damsel fly which fits in with the Carnival’s “Tales of the Riverbank” theme and is a subtle comment on the unfortunate dumping of waste plastic in our local river (the Wenning).  It is entirely made out of waste plastic.  Many thanks to Kathleen Kelly, Peter Knowles and Rachel (sorry don’t know surname) for donating their waste plastic.

Please come along and support the Carnival tomorrow and you’ll be able to see this giant damsel-fly in the parade at 1.30pm (assemble in car park from 1.00pm if you’re part of the parade).