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Statement: The Future of former Dairy Crest site to be announced

September 17, 2014

After 7 years of campaigning for a community-led solution to the future of the town’s former Dairy Crest site, Atmos Totnes have today issued the following statement: “At 1pm on Thursday 25th September at the gates of the former Dairy Crest site, an announcement will be made regarding the site’s future. We believe this announcement […]

Totnes Skate Jam’s Atmos visions

September 2, 2014

On Saturday, Rob Hopkins of Atmos Totnes gave a workshop at the Totnes Skate Jam to around 40 young people. The Skate Jam, organised by The Living Projects, brought young people in Totnes together with music, talks, food and skating.  At the end of his workshop, Rob asked the group what they’d like to see […]

Atmos badge celebrated by local painter!

August 30, 2014

If you looks closely at this painting by Ashburton-based painter Henrietta Paine, you’ll spot one of our iconic Atmos Totnes badges (still available from the Transition Town Totnes office if you’d like one).  Henrietta’s work is part of the Devon Open Studios weekend which starts on September 6th.  We’re delighted to see our shiny red […]

An update from Atmos Totnes. February 2014.

February 3, 2014

All of us involved in Atmos Totnes regularly experience people stopping us to ask “what’s happening with Atmos?” Although it may look as though the last year has been very quiet in terms of progress, we wanted to take this opportunity to update you on the significant activity that’s been moving the Atmos Project forward, […]

Greg Barker MP gives his support to Atmos Totnes

April 27, 2013

On Friday 26th April, Greg Barker MP, Minister of State at the Department of Energy & Climate Change (DECC) and the Conservative MP for Bexhill and Battle, visited Totnes.  He was on a tour of Devon and Cornwall, visiting interesting low carbon projects in the area, and came to Totnes at the invitation of Dr. Sarah […]

From Totnes Times: Atmos group close to securing agreement

September 13, 2012

CAMPAIGNERS cheered as they heard they are close to securing a special ‘game changer’ agreement for the Atmos Project on the Dairy Crest site in Totnes.  And TV chef Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall, unveiled as the project’s newest patron, spoke of the ‘incredible buzz’ he felt when he came to ‘trailblazing’ Totnes. The scheme could give people […]

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