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Ty Bro Dyfi

Y Plas,
Machynlleth, Powys, SY20 8ER, UK.
phone: 01654 703965

Become a member of ecodyfi We want everybody in the Valley to join, so it only costs £1. Drop into Ty Bro Dyfi or send some stamps.

The information centre is open Monday to Friday between 10.00 and 3.00. You might even like to get involved in staffing it or in helping to run a project. Please come and see us!

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Ecodyfi is the local regeneration organisation for the Dyfi Valley, in Mid Wales - a thriving bi-lingual community set in some of the UK's most stunning scenery.

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Jobs available:

Development Officer

To assist the Manager in delivering activities in the Dyfi Biosphere, the Community Energy Fund and tourism.

You will be a good bilingual communicator, understand sustainable development and know how to get results.

18 hours a week. £20,400 pro rata
Closing date: 4pm 12 October 2015
letter, job description, person specification, background, application form.

Technical Officer

To lead ecodyfi’s work in the remainder of the EC-funded citizen science project

You will need organisation, communication and analytical skills and familiarity with mobile technologies (e.g. smart phones).

26 hours a week. £20,400 pro rata
Closing date: 2pm 22 October 2015
Downloads: letter, job description, person specification, background, application form.

What's new

Flag on pier Aberdyfi

Cymerau project launch

From Aberystwyth to the world with the Dyfi Biosphere

Growing tourism in the Dyfi Biospheres

Wind Power Policy Statement

Bws Biosffer – new service links local attractions

Energy Breakfasts for Ceredigion businesses

Promoting Sustainable Tourism in the Dyfi Biosphere

Regeneration group full of energy

Renewable energy advice under one roof

Renewable energy support for businesses

Community action

Welsh language and landscape celebration

Ecodyfi AGM

Mentro Allan Celebration Day hailed as a huge success

Youngsters get their skate ramp at last!

Community land trust launches logo competition

Recruiting for community land

Tirwedd Dyfi

Warmer homes, smaller bills, lower carbon

Jobs, warmth and rainforests - AGM 2009

Tesco Application

New Book-a-Bus service

Wales UNESCO Biosphere

Out and active at the Plas

Mum's the word for village picnic

Out and Active at Cartref Dyfi

Protests at early loss of novel bus

Active Learning? Take a Walk in Welsh

Renewable Energy Route Map: ecodyfi responded to the Welsh Assembly Government's recent consultation. Download ecodyfi's document - pdf or Word doc, or access the consultation documents.

Getting Fit? What a pain in the Assets!

Spring into action!

Tywyn to Aberdyfi cycling and walking path Public Consultation

Get Growing Goes Wild - in Ynyslas and Pantperthog

Free yoga for Mums-to-be!

Fair Trade Fortnight 25 Feb - 9 March

First Dyfi Biosphere grants approved

Start a walk with a kiss

Grants available through the Dyfi Biosphere

Gwenno follows in Bev's footprints

The local bus and rail timetable and transport guide has been updated

Another successful Gwyl y Golau festival

Ecodyfi is looking for a Sustainable Living Officer

Speeding in Machynlleth: A Petition

Innovative village bus services in the Dyfi Valley

Dyfi Valley to ask for new Biosphere status

From the Amazon to the Dyfi

Summary of ecodyfi 's Business Plan for 2007 / 08 [Word doc 57kB].

Local student helps the Dyfi Biosphere

Out and About with US Mach

Waste Watchers Job Vacancy

Dyfi Biosphere opinions needed

Lunch Launches Slow Food Group

Great news for Penegoes - our safe route is one step nearer

How Big is your Footprint?

Community Strategy offers help

Fair Trade Guide to the Dyfi Valley

Fair Trade Fortnight events

Get Growing gets going again!

Health project to boost activity levels in the Dyfi Valley

Gwyl y Golau picture gallery

Encouraging people to get out and enjoy the open air

Investing in the Dyfi Valley

Trail blazing festival lights up the nights

The only Biosphere Area in the country

Dyfi Light Fest programme

Using old vegetable oil as bio-diesel in Powys

Machynlleth's second community-owned wind turbine

Plugging the leaks!

Bro Ddyfi today - photo exhibition

Oil and food mix at ecodyfi! (AGM invite: Thurs. 22 June)

Plas Machynlleth: The People's Proposal

Good health not a lottery

Ecodyfi's response to the Government's Energy Review [Word doc 26kB]

Winter 2006 newsletter [PDF 270kB]

Supporting local jobs - 30 March

Summary of ecodyfi's Forward Plan for 2006 / 07 [Word doc 64kB]

Peak oil and climate change

Get Growing Growers to Grow Great Greens for another year

New start for Plas Machynlleth

Saving energy in Dinas Mawddwy

New start for the Plas?

Spirit of the Miners

Other news

What's on - your local events guide

Tell us about an event!

Cambrian News local news page

Read about our background and constitution.

Click on the different links to find out more about what ecodyfi is doing and where you could perhaps join in.

Find details of grants and other support available for different activities.

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