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7 May 2010

The Launching of the Totnes EDAP: Part One…

Here is a short update on the first part of todays’ launch of the Totnes EDAP which I have just got back from.  I will tell the story of the first part of the day (Part 2 starts at 5pm in the Civic Hall… see you there?).

EDAP launch 1

Signs with EDAP pledges were stapled and stuck together in the TTT office….

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…we then set off and walked up the High Street, followed up by one of the biodiesel-powered rickshaws….

edap launch3

…in the Civic Square the Totnes Town Crier read out a proclamation announcing the publication of the Totnes EDAP….

edap launch5

…the placards with pleges on were displayed for a little while….

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… some people were especially proud of their placards!

edap launch4

… and then copies were available for sale.  Here is Jacqi Hodgson, the main co-ordinator of the Plan, showing off some copies…..

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Matt Pike
7 May 3:54pm

Fantastic to see.
Whilst today was an example of how Politics no longer serves the needs of the people,Transition Totnes remains a place where people can still move mountains and reach for the change they require

Dave Hochfelder
12 May 4:11pm

Congrats, Totnes! We’re working to get something off the ground in Albany, NY, USA, and we sure could use a Town Crier!