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Town Crier - Atmos Project special

Town Crier - Atmos Project special

a show (mostly) about the Atmos Project, a campaign to bring the derelict dairy site in Totnes into community ownership and develop it into 'The Heart of a New Economy'.

"Imagine a hub that is the heart of a new economy for Totnes and further afield, a food entrepreneurs’ school, affordable housing, a business incubator, a living, breathing taste of sustainability in practice, rising from the ashes of the derelict Dairy Crest site. We want to make that happen …"

Atmos online: http://atmostotnes.org/

with interviews with key Atmos Group members Rob Hopkins, Dave Chapman and Frances Northrop, and excerpts from Atmos' public meeting held a few weeks ago.

also in this show, James Engwell talks about TQ9 Creative Enterprises' 'hyperlocal network' bid to Nesta- a community owned online resource for the Totnes area

Paul Wesley talks about the 'clamp down' on pavement trading at totnes' Friday and Saturday markets...

this week i learnt- i say 'exciting' way too much...

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Town Crier is a a hour of news, opinion, interviews and reporting that aims to elucidate local matters : with a focus on projects, developments, activities and events that are of public and social import.

Every other Thursday, 8-9 pm on Soundart radio 102.5 Fm in the Totnes area, and online at www.soundsrtradio.org.uk

Civic journalism is a type of journalism that can be best described as place-specific, amateur, impassioned, and embedded in the community of which it speaks. Town Crier is based in Totnes, and on the airwaves of Soundart Radio : relevant, irreverent, focused, and broadcast with an invitation: if you would like to participate, with a news story, as a reporter, or in any other way please get in touch....