JOIN US on Sunday 2nd February
– FERRYSIDE VILLAGE FORUM – MASSIVE BEACH CLEAR UP-
11-00 – Meet at the Ferryside Yacht club
13-00 – Refreshments for the workers after the pick.Any contributions to the refreshments would be welcomed Gloves, Pickers and Bags provided by Tidy Towns. Although well-behaved dogs are welcome you may struggle to handle bag, picker and dog! Please keep your dog on a lead and pick up any mess!!
Contact- Sue ( firstname.lastname@example.org )
I also am a fan of G.Mombiot….but let’s look nearer to home.
It’s no suprise that the area which is being land scaped to accomodate ‘The Farm Holiday Park’ in Ferryside will cause some flooding onto the road. Removing living roots ,grass, shrubs,tree ,anything which hold, filter water slowly, naturally, is bound to an effect.
What a shame they have not planted some trees. Then perhaps they may do this. A caravan park with trees sounds nice to me!
5 WEEK COURSE STARTING ON WEDNESDAY 29TH JANUARY AT 7.30 IN FERRYSIDE VILLAGE HALL WITH RICHARD GRECO
£10 per couple per session. No experience necessary – beginners welcome as Richard will have us all rocking in no time. https://www.facebook.com/ElGrecosDanceSchool
RING LUCY ON 01267267147 for information or to reserve a space
One of my favourite journalists,George Monbiot, a contributor to the Guardian newspaper and respected author has just posted a fascinating article on why agricultural policies in the UK are contributing to increased flood events close to rivers. The Common Agriculture Policy as it relates to farm payments and the operating practices of water authorities all contribute to more water than necessary being discharged into rivers rather than being absorbed by the ground. Worth a read? Go to http://www.monbiot.com/2014/01/13/drowning-in-money/
Monday 6th January 7PM White Lion Hotel Glanyfferi
Monday 20th January 7pm White Lion Hotel Glanyfferi