From Wales to Australia, more than a million school children from over 125 countries across the world put down their pencils yesterday to attend Fridays for Future (known as Youth Strike 4 Climate in the UK), the largest global climate strike ever organised. Behind the movement is 16-year-old Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg, whose determination […]
Most of you have probably heard of the term “networking” but what about “net-walking”? 🙂 Net-walking is all about getting out into the fresh air, exercising, and connecting with the environment and local community whilst walking and talking alongside people who wish to share their interests and passions with others in the area.
Written by Joanna Houseman On Sunday 4th of February, Greener Tywyn Gwyrdd held the ‘After Tomorrow’ event to follow up the successful screening of ‘Demain’ on the 21st January.
The ‘After Tomorrow’ follow-up event will be held this Sunday, February 4th between 1 p.m. and 2:30 p.m. at the Magic Lantern Cinema in Tywyn.
Dozens of locals from Tywyn and the surrounding area braved the heavy fog and winds to take part in the Tywyn Beach Guardians‘ very first beach clean on Sunday, January 28th 2018.
On Sunday January 28th 2018, the Tywyn Beach Guardians will be holding their first ever beach clean-up on Tywyn beach.