OCTOBER TRADING DAY in review

OCTOBER TRADING DAY in review

It was another great turnout at the October community trading day at the peace hall, such a variety of goods were on offer, honey, sauerkraut, kids games, clothes, plants, boomerang bags, computer parts and other things.  It’s always interesting to see what turns up...

July Trading Day in review

BAG-MAKING WORKSHOP Single-use plastic carry bags are now history (but not vegetable bags, bread wrappers, vegetables packed on a plastic tray and wrapped in cling-wrap, you’ll notice). So those who relied on them to line their kitchen bins must seek another solution....
Lets Tell Stories!

Lets Tell Stories!

I’d like to see our organisation become a real community, like that of the LETS group in Far North Queensland. At the moment in BrisLETS, we have the beginnings of convergence and a cooperative spirit, but we haven’t yet reached critical mass. What’s needed to achieve...
JUNE Trading Day in review

JUNE Trading Day in review

BrisLETS trading days are picking up momentum it seems. The June event was busy and fast-paced with about 30 people joining in, and lots of trading and discussion. Our theme was Plants and Produce, and the hall was a picture of abundance. Two very high quality short...
May Trading Day Review

May Trading Day Review

Books, books and more books Another great trading day at the Albion Peace Hall . It was a busy and crowded trading day on May 20th in the Peace Hall at Windsor. There were numerous different things happening and I lost count of how many people attending (at least 25)....