The REconomy Festive Gathering


Event Date:

3rd December


Overview

Tuesday 3rd December 4-8pm at the REconomy Centre

A chance to:

  1. meet the people who are working to support a strong and resilient local economy
  2. find out more about the projects that the REconomy Centre nurture and support
  3. share a mince pie with some very interesting people from your community
  4. have some fun!

Bring yourself and a bottle to: 13 Leechwell St, Totnes TQ9 5SX


12:00:00 12:00:00 Europe/London The REconomy Festive Gathering 13 Leechwell St
Totnes
Devon TQ9 5SX
The REconomy Festive Gathering reconomycentre@gmail.com

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