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My god daughter called on Thursday, bringing with her some brochures for

It's an organisation which looks into how to prepare for and adapt to life
"beyond cheap oil and gas".
There are a number of workshops that might be of interest to members of
these groups, though I'm not sure whether sock darning will do it for many
of us - lost art, though!
There is a workshop on edible container gardening, one on 3 successive
Saturdays From Monoculture to Forest Garden - permaculture principles for
food production , two on Gaia's Kitchen with Julia Ponsonby the author of
the eponymous book and one on Breadmaking and another on Pastry.
South Devon
(remove weeds from address)

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