December board meeting coming up

Our December board meeting is scheduled for next Monday, 7 December, via Zoom starting at 7pm. If you’d like to sit in and find out what we’re up to, and maybe even get involved, contact us for the Zoom login details. Hope to see you then! The minutes of our November meeting are available to view here: https://lovealyth.org.uk/about…/company-information/.

JUST A FEW TICKETS LEFT!

A hands-on workshop to make Christmas baubles from old, unloved fabrics. All materials kindly donated by Thrifty One. This workshop will give you a ‘micromastery’ in recycling unwanted fabrics as a useful and fun activity you can do with others. Reusing materials where possible helps us consume less to create more. So why throw away fabric that could still give pleasure? Come along and learn how to creatively turn it into Christmas baubles, using hand sewing techniques. No previous experience required. There are two dates to choose from: 3 November or 7 November. Choose the date that suits you, then register to be sure of your place!

Don’t miss our 2020 AGM!

REMINDER: Just one week to go until our 2020 AGM – 7.30pm, Thursday 22 October. It’s a virtual meeting, so register now to be sure of getting your Zoom login details in plenty of time. Join in the discussion and maybe get involved helping the Trust achieve its exciting ambitions! https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/annual-general-meeting-registration-122208120779

REMINDER: Micromastery workshops to teach you new skills

Don’t forget that we have a selection of fascinating “Micromastery” workshops coming up later this month and early in November for all you creative types out there. Develop your skills in recycling old clothes, or learn how to make gorgeous Christmas baubles from discarded fabric fragments. Choose the date that suits you best on our Events page here:https://www.facebook.com/AlythDevelopmentTrust/events/

Christmas baubles workshop announced

Two more workshops have been added to the Micromastery series that we’re funding, this time on making Christmas baubles from unloved fabrics, kindly donated by Thrifty One. All materials supplied and no previous experience required.

There are so many exciting things to do, see and learn, but sometimes the thought of this and the assumption we need to do YEARS of STUDY can be so overwhelming it?s easy to end up doing nothing. NOT SO ? welcome to the world of MICROMASTERY!

?A micromastery is a self-contained unit of doing, complete in itself but connected to a greater field?. A micromastery is repeatable and has a success payoff ? who doesn?t want that!!

This hands-on workshop will give you a ‘micromastery’ in recycling unwanted fabrics as a useful and fun activity you can do with others. The aim is also to reuse materials where possible, consuming less to create more. Awareness of the natural world and how we can tread lightly on our planet is also key.

So why throw away fabric that could still give pleasure? Come along and learn how to creatively it into Christmas baubles, using hand sewing techniques.

Choose your preferred date and register your place on our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/AlythDevelopmentTrust/events/

New workshops for ‘micromastery’

Why throw away clothes you?ve loved?? Come along to a new hands-on ?micromastery? workshop and learn how to creatively repair them, using hand sewing techniques.? A micromastery is a self-contained unit of doing, complete in itself but connected to a greater field.? ADT is funding a series of micromastery workshops introducing useful skills to reuse materials where possible, consuming less to create more. Awareness of the natural world and how we can tread lightly on our planet is also key.? No prior experience needed!? Choose one of two dates that suits you best: 20 October – https://bit.ly/2G4YnzC or 24 October – https://bit.ly/3ck3wAa