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Plenty to Share

Lyttelton-Plenty-To-Share-LogoAre your veggies going ballistic in your garden?
Is your last year's batch of preserves and pickles still crowding your cupboard?
Do you wonder what on earth to do with the pile of seeds you haven't managed to plant?
Have you baked one too many cookies again?
Do you LIKE TO SHARE?

Plenty to Share - Lyttelton Petanque Club - Any Day, Any Time

Plenty to Share is an initiative that encourages exchange and sharing of locally grown and homemade food.

How it works: You simply bring your homemade and/or home-grown goodies to the Plenty to Share stall and either exchange those for something else or just share them with your community.

Plenty to Share stalls are currently available in Lyttelton (at the Petanque Court), Governors Bay (in front of She Chocolat) and Diamond Harbour (opposite the Country Store).

If you are interested to help us spread this initiative to other places or if you can help us with stall coordination, please get in touch.

Our Story

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Our Story explores the history and vision of Project Lyttelton (PL).Download Our Story PDF (1.5MB)

Free Film Evening with Lift Library

This Thursday March 6th,
at The Portal, 7.15 p.m.

“OCCUPY LOVE”

Occupy Love explores the growing realization that the dominant system of power is failing to provide us with health, happiness or meaning.   The old paradigm that concentrates wealth, founded on the greed of the few, is causing economic and ecological collapse. The resulting crisis has become the catalyst for a profound awakening:  millions of people are deciding that enough is enough –  the time has come to create a new world, a world that works for all life.
The film connects the dots in this era of rapidly evolving social change, featuring captivating insider scenes from the Egyptian Revolution, the Indignado uprising in Spain,  Occupy Wall Street in New York, Indigenous activists at the Alberta Tar Sands, the climate justice movement, and beyond. Woven throughout the action oriented backbone of the film is a deep exploration of public love, and compelling stories of an emerging new paradigm.  It features some of the world’s key visionaries on alternative systems of economics, sustainability, and empathy, including Naomi Klein, Bill McKibben, Jeremy Rifkin, bell hooks and Charles Eisenstein.
- See more at: http://occupylove.org/about/#sthash.OImWeVjU.dpuf

Monday 4th November, 7.15 p.m.

at The Portal, 54A Oxford St

Lyttelton

“The Age of Stupid”  a documentary set in 2055.

showing a wide variety of events and people and attitudes and actions related to climate change.

The questions are:

Do you believe climate change is natural or manmade?

What can be done about it?

Is it too late?

Watch this film and then join in the discussion,

with Joe Fone, author of “Climate Change: Natural or Manmade”

Transport Options

Public Transport operates regularly into Lyttelton and connects with ferry services
Red Bus 28 Lyttelton/Rapaki
Leopard 535 Lyttelton
Diamond Harbour Ferry bus-ferry-public-transport-lyttelton-farmers-market visit metroinfo.co.nz for bus routes and ferry times.