BRIDPORT Green Fortnight continues this week with even more events to help you lead a greener lifestyle.

This year, the two-weeks of events, organised by Transition Town Bridport, focuses on food, farming and the environment and have included a green quiz, green storytelling by Martin Maudsley, a talk from Dan Powell of LandBase, a centre for land-based skills, and a visit to an anaerobic digester in Piddlehinton, which explored what happens to food waste.

The events continue today (Thursday) with a film called ‘the worm is turning’ which is being shown at Bridport United Church Hall from 7.30pm.

The award-winning documentary that connects the dots on global food issues, from the World Trade Organisation to earthworms in the soil, to how the organic movement came about.

Tickets can be purchased in advance from Bridport Tourist Information Centre for £5 or on the door for £6 and doors open at 7pm.

On Saturday (16/3) the team will be holding a ‘Green Day’ in Bucky Doo Square from 9am to 12.30pm.

People will be able to find out how they can work towards a more sustainable lifestyle choosing food that doesn’t cost the earth.

There will be stalls and information from other local groups and the Dorset Waste Partnership Roadshow.

This will be followed by a thought-provoking discussion on ‘food that doesn’t cost the earth’ at Bridport Town Hall on Wednesday, March 20.

The discussion panel will include local food producers, including Tamarisk Farm and Lyme Bay Fisheries and Conservation Reserve.

Admission costs £3, which can be paid in advance at Bridport Tourist Information centre or on the door and will start at 7.30pm.

The finale of Bridport Green Fortnight will take place on Friday, March 22, with songs from Gail McGarva and Penny Dunscombe and poetry from stand-up poet, Rob Casey.

This will take place at Bridport Town Hall from 7.30pm and tickets cost £5 which are available from Bridport Tourist Information Centre and on the door.

For more details about Bridport Green Fortnight and any of the events, visit