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St Davids Hub Web Sites More sites Local Interest

The St Davids Hub is your link to the major institutions, associations, activities and societies in the area, and is organised by the St Davids Community Forum.

The site is a non-profit making community service, offered and operated by the St Davids Community Forum, in association with St Davids Community Council. To get in touch, use feedback@stdavidshub.org.uk

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Memory Cafe

The St Davids Memory Café

The Cafe takes place on the first Monday in each month in the Discovery Room at Oriel y Parc. Click on the logo on the right which will take you directly to the Café page, or it can be accessed through the Local Interest page.

The Next Memory Cafés


Wednesday 7th September 2016

Wednesday 5th October 2016

Wednesday 2nd November 2016

Wednesday 7th December 2016

The next St Davids Community Forum Meeting & AGM

Will be held in the Memorial Hall, St Davids on

Tuesday 27th September 2016 at 7:15 pm

The Agenda for this meeting can be accessed from HERE, and for the minutes of the 2014-15 AGM can be accessed from HERE.

The REconomy Project is part of the Transition Network, a global grassroots movement of communities seeking to strengthen their resilience to problems including climate change, rising energy prices, economic uncertainty and inequality.


RE are seeing three categories of REconomy activity emerging at the local level.


Inspiring enterprises: new Transition-oriented enterprises and livelihoods


Economic enablers: projects that provide support or infrastructure for new or existing businesses


Leadership projects: strategic, partnered activity that plans and co-ordinates a range of activities



Events Toolkit for Transition Initiatives aims to help people stage local or regional events themed around transforming a local economy including how to engage local community, business and other organisations in REconomy work through these events.


Transition Enterprise Handbook is designed to inspire entrepreneurs and give an overview of the process of setting up a business, or help an existing enterprise which is planning a period of change or development in the UK.


Transition Core Resourcing is for any group that wants to think creatively about how it funds its core activities, including but not exclusively for REconomy activity. It is written for Transition Initiatives in the UK but others might find useful ideas and some non-UK examples are included.


New approaches to Communities in transition, and some of the things that can be done about it.

www.reconomy.org/

You might find this interesting …..

Go to the Local Interest/Community Orchard page to see the latest developments in the Orchard project.