Lympstone villagers urged to 'go green'
VILLAGERS in Lympstone are being urged to become more environmentally conscientious. As part of a programme of community activities to highlight climate change issues, the Lympstone Transition Project is screening an eco-friendly-themed film, The Age of S
VILLAGERS in Lympstone are being urged to become more environmentally conscientious.
As part of a programme of community activities to highlight climate change issues, the Lympstone Transition Project is screening an eco-friendly-themed film, The Age of Stupid, tomorrow, November 20, in the village hall.
Tickets for the movie are on sale at the post office, priced �3.
The drama-documentary film stars Pete Postlethwaite as a man living alone in the devastated world of 2055 watching archive footage from years ago before the world was affected by climate change.
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Jill Wilson, who lives in the village, said: "We aim to help Lympstone become less of a net user of the world's scarce resources and we have produced a handy pamphlet explaining what people can do."
A group, called Feeding Lympstone, will hold an open meeting next Wednesday, November 25, in the village hall.
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Jill, speaking about the group, added: "We hope this will be a way of encouraging more people to grow their own vegetables and fruit, therefore reducing their carbon footprints and keeping fit at the same time.