Trying to make talking about the climate cool.
A partnership of Gaia, Groundwork, TCA, Youth Genesis and Sound communities. Funded by Imagine This and Sanctuary Housing
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Dawlish Action for Youth provides leisure and recreational facilities in an informal setting for the young people living, staying or working within the area of Dawlish and adjacent parishes, through which they may be encouraged to grow and develop their full potential.
Dawlish Action for Youth Redrock Youth Centre, Sandy Lane, Dawlish EX7 0AF
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Do you care about people, planet and the future?
Do you want to hold our decion makers and big corporations to account, and ask them to create the change our climate desperately needs?
Do you want our fossil-fuel guzzling transport system to be reformed?
Can you cycle a few miles?
If so, lets get the powerful message of climate action and people power to the critical decion makers at COP26. Join the #ride2COP26, a movement of individuals travelling to COP26 purely powered by ourselves and our trusty 2-wheeled-steads.
Change of start time!!!
Due to the weather looking pretty ropey for early Wednesday morning and the forecast of thunderstorms, we have decided to push back the starting time to 10am. We will be meeting from 9.30 am at the Clock Tower in Newton Abbot.
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'Environmental Education For All'
Planet & People aims to equip the next generation with the tools and skills they need to be resilient in a future affected by the 'Climate Crisis'. Our products and activities focus on the natural world and encourage a desire to protect it by allowing space for community, creativity and connection through our ‘LOVE the Earth’ structure.
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We are a friendly and welcoming group who motivate and support each other to get fit and improve our physical health and mental wellbeing. We achieve this by making the most of our local parks and open spaces with some very simple fitness kit, passionate volunteers and smiles on our faces.
Our groups are fully inclusive. Everyone is welcome to come along and take part no matter what level of fitness you have. There is no expectation for you to be a super star, just turn up and get moving.
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Vision: More people cycling and walking in the UK, more often.
Mission: To use our role as Parliamentarians to promote all forms of cycling and walking.
Values: As an All-party group of Parliamentarians we will work with representatives of organisations in the private, public, and third sectors that share our vision
Objectives: To review research evidence and current best practice, the extent and success of implementation, and potential developments that encourage cycling, and to develop recommendations resulting in changes to government policy and practice at national and local government level, based on these findings.
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Welcome to the Mid Devon Cycling Club, one of the South West UK’s largest and most active cycling clubs.
Formed in 1930, the club has a rich history and a reputation for producing some of the country’s leading riders including Tour de France riders Colin Lewis and Jeremy Hunt, Yanto Barker and Jonathan Tiernan-Locke.
However the Mid Devon isn’t just about elite competition and the club holds regular club and training rides (at 8 different ability levels), social events and trips to cycling events and sportives. We are a British Cycling registered Go Ride Club and our Club Mark accreditation acknowledges the standards we have met to ensure all our activities are ‘fully inclusive’.
Mid Devon Cycling Club Abbrook Park, Kingsteignton TQ12
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The Earthshot Prize is the most ambitious and prestigious of its kind – designed to incentivise change and help to repair our planet over the next ten years.
Taking inspiration from President John F. Kennedy’s Moonshot which united millions of people around an organising goal to put man on the moon and catalysed the development of new technology in the 1960s, The Earthshot Prize is centred around five ‘Earthshots’ – simple but ambitious goals for our planet which, if achieved by 2030, will improve life for us all, for generations to come.
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The Melanesian Mission UK is an Anglican mission agency that provides support to the Anglican Church of Melanesia (ACoM), through Prayer, People and Giving.
The Melanesian Mission UK 21 The Burlands, Feniton EX14 3UN
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The present church building dates back to the mid 15th century. It consists of a nave with rood screen between the chancel, a tower with six bells, north aisle with Lady Chapel and a south transcept (the Reynell Chapel). The church was restored in 1886. In the Lady chapel are stone slabs which covered the graves of two Abbots of Torre Abbey: William Norton 14th Abbot and Richard Cade 18th Abbot who died in May 1400.
In front of the Chancel step is the burial slab of yet another Abbot of Torre Thomas Dyare the last Abbot who died in 1522. It seems likely that these slabs were sold after the dissolution of the monasteries in 1539. Outside the church there are two halves of an early carved Christian burial stone built into the gables at the east and west end of the north aisle. The inscription is in Latin and reads "CAOCI FILI POPLICI (Caocus Son of Peblig) presumably a local chieftain who was given a Christian burial sometime around the year 500 AD.
St Bartholomew’s Church Garners Lane, Ogwell TQ12 6AX
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