The Lewes Pound is a local currency in use in the town of Lewes, East Sussex. Inspired by the Totnes pound and BerkShare, the currency was introduced with the blessing of the town council in September 2008 by Transition Town Lewes – a community response to the challenges of climate change and peak oil.
More information here http://www.thelewespound.org/
Susan Murray, a director of Lewes Pound tells us how they are getting on.
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