The Teme Valley Environment Group (TVEG) is based in and around Knighton, Powys. We are part of a growing grassroots movement exploring the major changes required for communities to adapt to a society without access to cheap energy derived from fossil fuels. Rather than a cause for depression, we feel this is an opportunity to make life better for all of us while enjoying ourselves at the same time. We are an open group and welcome people of all ages and abilities who are concerned about local sustainability and the environment. Our current concerns include local food production, renewable energy supply, transport, health and wellbeing, housing and livelihoods.
Please join us by contacting Penny Nicholson on firstname.lastname@example.org and become part of a creative and inspiring movement. Or just turn up at one of our regular open meetings and we’ll be pleased to see you!
Knighton Tree Allotments Trust manages local woodlands with the help of volunteers who then have access to locally produced firewood, bean poles and other woodland products: to volunteer and learn more contact Gary at 01547-520374 or email email@example.com
Edible Knighton always needs volunteers to tend the fruit and nut trees and herb beds around Knighton. For details or to volunteer please contact Sheila Clarke at: firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 01547 520019. Next work party 10am on the last Thursday of every month summer 2017. Meet at Knighton Station.
Next meeting TBA.
For full details see the ‘Meetings’ page Please note that at the 2015 Annual General Meeting of the Teme Valley Environment Group it was decided to hold meetings on an ad hoc basis.
Thinking about car sharing – A car sharing scheme is prepared and would benefit from greater use. Contact Penny for information: email@example.com
Edible Knighton – see ‘What we do’ pages
Knighton Tree Allotment Trust – See KTAT entries on the ‘What we do’ pages
Allotment – See the entries on the ‘What we do’ pages
Reuse and recycle. Ideas collected from people in the Rea Valley doing their bit to save waste. (PDF file – opens in a new window.)
Read our Constitution on the’ Constitution’ page