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Ty Bro Ddyfi,
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Machynlleth, Powys, SY20 8ER, UK.
phone: 01654 703965
e-mail: info@ecodyfi.org.uk

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press release5/11/2010

Ecodyfi AGM

Ecodyfi’s AGM will be held at the Machynlleth Bowling Club on Tuesday November 16th, starting at 7.00 pm. Simultaneous translation facilities will be provided so that people may use the language of their choice.

Following the formal meeting and light refreshments, UNESCO Biosphere areas will be discussed at about 8pm.

Presentations will be given about visits to Biosphere Reserves - Rhön in Germany (by a group of farmers) and Urdaibai in the Basque country of Spain.

This will be followed by a discussion about opportunities to collaborate with other Biosphere areas, including North Devon and Galloway & South Ayrshire in Scotland.

All residents and businesses are welcome to attend the annual meeting and forum but are asked to book a place by phoning 01654 703965.

Director´s report

Further information:

Andy Rowland, ecodyfi Manager 01654 703965
Aled Griffiths, Board member of ecodyfi 01686 624200

Editor’s note:

Ecodyfi is the community regeneration group for the Dyfi Valley. It pays particular attention to strengthening the local economy through careful stewardship of natural and cultural resources. It is managed by a Board of 17 local people and is supported through commercial contracts or grants, e.g. from the Welsh Assembly Government, Tourism Partnership Mid Wales and local authorities.