Transitions Galway has a stall at this weekend’s May Day Eco Fare at Brigit’s Garden, Roscahill. The Fare takes place on Sunday May 3rd 12:30 to 5:30 and will feature Duncan Stewart, of RTE's Eco Eye, launching 'Nature's Power'.
The action-packed day is a suitable for all ages, and is a fun and fascinating way to learn about small steps you can take to become more eco-wise.
Transitions Galway is a local community group, aiming to prepare for the challenges of diminishing oil and gas supplies, and climate change. It promotes the importance of creating a more sustainable, resilient Galway through a number of regular events such as Film Screenings and Green Drinks once a month to raise awareness, as well as workshops, showcase events.
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The group is asking for volunteers to help the Transitions Galway information stand at the May Day Eco Fare. Any help would be great, even for a short while. It is an easy and fun way to help out, meet new people and get to know more about issues impacting on the lives of Galwegians. There will be other people from Transition Galway at the stall to help answer questions, as well as leaflets and material for the public. Some of group will be carpooling to Roscahill so anyone who can offer a lift from Galway please get in touch with them. Contact Transitions Galway at: email@example.com
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