October 2012 Newsletter

Southend in Transition, is a group of local residents supporting a personal and community level Transition to a more localised, happy and resilient lifestyle. We are part of an international network of 417 422 official initiatives and 566 Muller initiatives in over 34 countries

Have a look at what we are working on with our friends and support local projects, attend events, bring your friends and families and volunteer.

 

Local News and Events

Farmers Markets 2012

http://www.trustlinks.webs.com/

Southend Apple Days: Orchard Open Day this Saturday 13/10, 11 am – 1 pm, St
Laurence Orchard, Eastwoodbury Lane (on the roundabout where Eastwoodbury Lane ends and the new road begins).

Harvest Supper Saturday 20 October St. Mark’s Centre, Princes Street, 6.00pm for 6.30pm small entrance fee

Apple Fun Day Sunday 21 October Growing Together Community Gardens 2pm-5pm

Trust Links AGM 17/10/2012

New Vacancies for the site in Shoeburyness

http://www.savs-southend.org/node/1539

THE BIG EVENT Sunday 14th October 2012 1 2 . 3 0 p m – 5.30pm At The Sports
Hall, Southend Tennis & Leisure Centre Garon Park, Eastern Avenue,
Southend-on-Sea, SS2 4FA

http://www.southendymca.org.uk/other-projects/eco-hub.html

BEE meeting on Wednesday 17th of October at 5pm with guest speaker, Jill
Poet from the Federation of Small Businesses. Book your place.

http://seeog.org.uk/news-events/

SEEOG Talk 19/11/2012 19:00 to 22:00 Daniel Hale, from international
development charity Progressio, will share some tales from a recent trip
to Zimbabwe where organic small-scale farming is changing lives

SE Essex Seed Potato Day 23/02/2012

http://edibleessex.org.uk

FREE Beginner’s Foraging Session Saturday, 20th October 2012 , 10.30 – 12.30 Abbotts Hall Farm, Colchester

Tree Planting – Lotus Way Orchard, Jaywick Monday 15th October, from 10.00am

Grow Your Own Alternative Edibles by James Wong  LAST FEW PLACES Thursday 15th November 19.30, Chelmsford

Grow Your Own Fruit & Veg Saturday 23 February 2013 10.00 – 15.30, Chelmsford

Ideas in Motion
Southend sustainable transport conference Monday, October 22, 2012 from
10:00 AM to 3:00 PM (BST) The Tickfield Centre Tickfield Industrial
Estate Tickfield Avenue SS2 6LL Southend On Sea United Kingdom

Meeting Why Inequality Matters Saturday 20th October 2012 10-4pm Quaker Meeting House 18 Dundonald Drive Leigh on Sea SS9 1NB For further information and booking please contact helenthornton2@yahoo.co.uk or Brenda Phillips 01702 334746

www.southendcommunityinaction.posterous.com

Rooted in Community Southend Cohesion Week 2013. 18th– 24th March 2013

Other:

Observation hive installed in Southend Central Museum by Essex Bees

 

Transition News and Projects


October 2012 – Transition Network Newsletter

A September Round-up of What’s Happening out in the World of Transition

Your suggestions will help us

The content of the newsletter can be be generated by you, the community
members and compiled by the Steering Group. Any news about activities,
updates and forthcoming events should be sent to
kamilpac@gmail.com for inclusion in the next newsletter and I will try to incorporate them as time allows.

Sent to you by Kamil Pachalko on behalf of Southend-on-Sea in Transition

Contact Details

Southend-on-Sea in Transition– tackling peak oil and climate change, together, now

http://www.southendintransition.org.uk

part of www.transitionnetwork.org/

email:kamilpac@gmail.com

text or call 07411457259

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