1230Re: [pfaf] looking for wild food experts
- Apr 19, 2006
i thought this might be useful for like minded people if it is not what
you are interested and you know any famous person in brighton who is
not a politician please contact the man
i am also aware that it during the Brighton festival so if you know
of anyone who is approachable and will attract attention to this
important debate please get in contact
Thanks very much for taking the time to chat on the phone this
evening, your local knowledge was impressive, and very helpful!
If you think up any more contacts or could forward me any
names/numbers/emails etc that would be really good too. Any info is useful.
I'll send you a bunch of flyers and some posters once they're printed.
I've also attached a copy of our campaign broadsheet (4 sides) for you
to peruse at your leisure.
(details in case you want to forward around:)
A public meeting is to be held in Brighton to discuss
unsustainable communities and Ghost Town Britain and a proposed solution - the
Sustainable Communities Bill. In the last decade Britain has lost a
fifth of its Post Office network, a quarter of its independent grocery
stores and a quarter of its bank branches. More traffic, more food
miles and more climate change emissions as well as less time for
community activity and engagement - community decline. This proposed Bill
will give more powers to local communities to make their own decisions
on local issues, rather than be subject to top down policy from
distant civil servants in London. Come along and hear about the campaign
behind the Bill and hear how you can help!
Date: Thu 18th May
Venue: East Wing, Brighton Centre, Brighton
Speakers: Celia Barlow (MP for Hove), David Lepper (MP for Brighton
Pavilion), Des Turner (MP for Brighton Kemptown), Ron Bailey (Local
Works Campaign Organiser)
the campaign for the Sustainable Communities Bill
office: 020 7833 9898
mobile: 07788 646933
Local Works needs you! - only through our supporters will
the Sustainable Communities Bill become law
sign up at: www.localworks.org
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