A signpost for local (and occasional global) notices



PATAGONIA ADVENTURE ACTIVIST TOUR 1st November. Patagonia founder, Yvon Chouinard, realised that our world is at a tipping point; without urgent environmental action, we are on a path to destroying our planet’s ability to repair itself. Businesses and individuals are critical to this; both as part of the problem, and the solution. We all have the ability to make economic life more socially just and environmentally responsible, and less destructive to the natural world that sustains us. Kate Rawles and Sian Sykes share their stories of their passion. Held in Betws y Coed. See Calendar

DRU TEACHER TRAINING Yoga: Intakes1st – 6th November and 17th – 22nd January 2019. 8 x 5-day modules over 2 years. Meditation: Intakes 22nd – 27th November and 17th – 22nd January 2019. More details from Dru Yoga, Snowdonia Mountain Lodge, Bethesda, 01248 602900,

TIDES, SNOWBALLS AND EVOLUTION 8th. An informed  evening about how the tides effect our landscape; Part of The Year of the Sea Lecture Series. Llandudno, see Calendar

YOUNG STORYTELLER OF WALES ~ STORIWR IFANC CYMRU 2018 10th November, Llandudno. Another year welcoming imaginative young storytellers of NW. See Calendar.

ELINOR BENNETT Harpist, 8th November. Pontio, Bangor, see Calendar.

POP UP SHOPS & SOUP LUNCH Open to all – would you like to have a stall for the day? Contact Dragon Theatre, Barmouth for more information 01341 281697, or follow us on Facebook

SACRED SONG WORKSHOP Chester, 10th November, see Calendar

THE SOUND OF ILLUSION Afternoon workshop and evening concert, with ElectroacousticWALES at Pontio, Bangor see Calendar 20th

PSYLENCE 2018 Over 3 days, 23rd – 25th November. The main aim of PSYLENCE is to offer events and screenings that use image and sound in innovative ways. Pontio, Bangor See Calendar 

REEL ROCK 13 Climbing and Adventure Films. See Calendar, 16th, Caernarfon. 

WELSH WOODLANDS AND THEIR BIRDS CONFERENCE Bangor University, 4th, with guest, naturalist Iolo Williams; see Calendar

 STOP HITACHI’S WYLFANUCLEAR PROJECT Sign the petition to demand the cancellation of Hitachi’s nuclear power plant on the Isle of Anglesey/Ynys Mon –

SAVE COED WERN FROM DESTRUCTION The Woodland Trust are petitioning Gwynedd Council to save this ancient woodland, which is under threat from a 40-lodge development holiday park in the wood. Let the Council know that our ancient woods are precious, and holiday lodges can be enjoyed elsewhere. You have until the 17th December to make your voice heard before the next planning committee meeting commences. Visit the following site to respond to the planning application on the Council’s website:




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