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The End of the Line

One of the best things about living in small communities like St Davids is that connections somehow seem closer than they do in the big smoke. Last weekend, we had a preview screening of the End of the Line, the new film that's based on Charles Clover's well-received book, The End of the Line: How Over-fishing is Changing the World and What We Eat. As someone who's stopped eating fish 25 years ago, knowing that killing a beautiful, silver scaled mackerel was no longer justification to suage my hunger, the reminders of the scale of destruction caused by industrial fishing was stark. Folk who have never stopped to think where their poisson comes from may well change their habits. Take your friends.


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