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New! Saturday Transition Potluck 11th Feb 12:00 to 15:00
It was nice to see you in January and thanks for the help with eating all that food:) hopefully the snow will melt for the next Saturday when you will be bringing the treats you cooked up. Thanks to Simon for presenting his teams inspiring ideas. Suggested donation £2 to go towards costs of the venue and support the work of Trust Links.
Good chat in January and great idea on adding sub-events like a seed swap to the Potato Day. Last Thursday of each month, next Transition Drinks – 23th Feb 2012, 19:00 onwards. Cricketers Pub
“some volunteers needed to help the day along” Facebook Event
Description In association with Leigh-on-Sea Allotment & Leisure Garden Association and SE Essex Organic Gardeners, over 40 varieties of potato (one third organic) sold individually at 14p per tuber, venue is on corner of Fairfax Drive and Prittlewell Chase, ADMISSION PRICE £1.00 – Refreshments available
Growing Together will run cafe-baked potatoes, cakes and drinks – they will also host a Seed Swap initiative, potato printing children’s activity, sell art and craft products, honey and plants; also office computers set up to enable carbon footprint assessment for people visiting as part of the LEAF initiative.
aka Food Swap 10.00-12.00 in Metal’s Kitchen Garden, Chalkwell Park, Westcliff-on-Sea, Essex
Mapping Southend Food Growers and Producers
Let us know of any events or projects to add to the map.
Share your experience and thoughts and inspire others. If you need online space to tell the world about your project or would like to write a regular post about your personal efforts to Transition your life let us know. The website www.SouthendinTransition.org.uk receives a good number of daily visits and attention so let me know if you are interested. See a couple of posts by James ie. Enter the Oyster and the newest one Hail to the King.
Local News and Events
Free Shop was open at Chase Road Community Project Just missed it. Sat 4th Feb 11am – 4pm – look out for the next one. Chase Road ‘Sewing Shop’ from 7pm and usually every 1st and 3rd Monday of the month.
Transforming a Meadow 11th February Saturday
Southend YMCA’s Eco Hub
The next Business Exchange Event meeting will be on Tuesday the 21st of February at 5pm at the eco-hub. We’re still arranging what will happen that evening, but it will be an interesting evening as usual.
Earth Day celebration Saturday 21 April
What is talked about
The Veg Box on facebook: I cannot source any english garlic to include in my veg boxes. If I give you a whole garlic to grow for next year will you please give me one back from your harvest? (Each clove should produce one whole bulb).
Foraging in Southend on Sea group – members are thinking of future beach and wood forages, why not register your interest for when the snow melts?
I’m developing a small festival to promote new green technologies and new ways of living in a post-petroleum localised economy. I’d like to get everyone involved so anyone who is interested let me know – the plan is to do it around the weekend of the Queen’s jubilee and we’ve got a few venues in mind. Anyone who can lend a hand would be greatly appreciated!
Chalkwell Pop Up A Pop-Up delight in Chalkwell Park. Sourcing excellent food as locally as possible and serving it to our wonderful community.
GROW YOUR FOOD CLUB Every Thursday afternoon 3:30pm We have a community edible garden at St Mark’s Centre. Fresh air, exercise, friends, refreshments. And advice and help for growing fruit and veg at home even on a window sill.
Milton Community Partnership, St Mark’s Centre, Princes Street, SOUTHEND-ON-SEA, Essex SS1 1QA, Phone (01702) 341605, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Film from the December The Fantastic Food Exchange – quality work, congratulations and looking forward to see the crew from the college working their art at other local events too
Blogs and websites
Cultivating the revolution in the Positive News – about Graham, our local permaculture teacher.
George’s brewery in Great Wakering – if you are not already brewing in your garage this is the most local beer you can get in Southend on Sea
Some photos from the Wassailing event in South Woodham Ferres organized by our permaculture friends and their local community
Events and activities by Cycle Southend
Southend Wheelers weekly rides
Volunteer at Turning Tides Personalised Travel Planning pilot
Transition News and Projects
World news and projects
Help crowd fund Open Permaculture
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