Transition Willesden (active independent group)

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Transition Willesden (active independent group)

Making Willesden Green...

This is a group set up for our neighbours in the north – Transition Willesden.

Website: http://www.transitionwillesden.org.uk
Location: Willesden
Members: 43
Latest Activity: Mar 21

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Following a Green Fair in Willesden Green in Spring 2011, this group formed for eco-minded residents in the Willesden area. Some fantastic people from all over Willesden, Cricklewood, Dollis Hill and beyond are involved. 

To get the latest updates of our activities and what else is happening in the Willesden area, you can also join our mailing list by emailing transitionwillesden@gmail.com or contact Viv. For more see our leaflet here.

We have a fruit harvesting group, Willesden Fruit Harvesters, picking and sharing fruit in the community.  To join in our fruit picking activities, email willesdenharvesters@gmail.com. See harvesters leaflet here

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Transition Willesden Podcast

Hi allHave you seen our podcast…Continue

Started by Viv Stein Mar 21.

Christmas Chutney Workshop - Oct 2016

Willesden Fruit Harvesters hosted a Chutney Workshop in October to give the chutney time to be ready for the Christmas holidays.  I held the workshop at my house and Vendy led things.  We chose a…Continue

Tags: Fruit, Harvesters, Apples, Workshop, Willesden

Started by Michelle Rossi Dec 20, 2016.

Blackberry and Apple Jam Workshop

Using blackberries foraged from Stanmore and cooking apples picked in Dollis Hill, five of us got together earlier this month to cook up some tasty local jam.Group member Frances once again hosted…Continue

Started by Viv Stein Sep 30, 2016.

Big Blackberry Pick

Stanmore Country park at the northern end of the Jubilee line was the venue for our annual blackberry pick on 14th August.  The park is a beautiful open space which is protected and environmentally…Continue

Started by Viv Stein Aug 18, 2016.

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Comment by Harriet Smith on September 18, 2011 at 11:37

http://beaconsfield.ltd.uk/projects/spaceship-earth-launch/

Sunday 18 September at 2pm: Green Walk

To celebrate public access to the living roof, local guerilla gardener and artist Caroline Todd will lead a green walk from Tate Britain to Beaconsfield’s own patch of green. The walk starts at Cultivate Tate: Team Gardening’s herb garden, and will include a visit to guerilla gardens and Arden House’s community-built Biodiverse Roof on Lambeth Council Garages along the way. Assemble at Tate Britain Millbank Entrance for a prompt 2pm start.

Places on the green walk are limited. To reserve a FREE place contact info@beaconsfield.ltd.uk

Sunday 18 September, 3.30-8pm: Living Roof Launch

Official launch party hosted by SpaceShip Earth artists with food, music, film screenings and a plant-cuttings swap throughout the day.

DJs include… etc -click on link to see more

Comment by Alejandro Colas on September 11, 2011 at 16:24

Dear All

 

Tangential perhaps to the Tranistion Group, but I hope relevant nonetheless: please consider signing this petition against the proposed  cuts in street cleaning around our neighborhood, which is bound to have negative  environmental consequences:

http://democracy.brent.gov.uk/mgEPetitionDisplay.aspx?ID=22&TPI...;

 

Thanks

Alex

Comment by Viv Stein on July 21, 2011 at 23:27

Hello all, and welcome to new members.  We've now got over 60 people on a wider mailing list, so if you're not already on that, get in touch.

Last week's meeting was another success.  I enjoyed a sea purslane omlette the next day - just one of the great tastes from our food swap.  

Just doing a round up before next week's core group and our first meeting about the project to green Sainsbury's in Willesden.

What's great about this group is people are bringing their friends and next door neighbours along.  Everyone's really enthusiastic.  Hope we can keep it going!

Next main meeting will be September - look out for more details soon.

Comment by Sandra De Andrade on July 16, 2011 at 9:57
I missed this Thursday 14th July :-( I try to make the next one. Please keep me updated.
Comment by Viv Stein on July 6, 2011 at 12:05

Thanks.  Hope we can keep this up by making our next meeting on July 14th even better.  See  http://ttkensaltokilburn.ning.com/events/transition-willesden-scree...

Besides the film we're having a local food swap, so hope everyone can bring along something to that, besides plenty of ideas for a discussion.  We'll be  following up our ideas from last time, with food and drink to keep us going.  See you there!

Comment by michael hughes on June 12, 2011 at 11:01
that was a good start meeting, its great to see so many people with different ideas for making willesden green (that names also a great idea!)
Comment by Viv Stein on June 10, 2011 at 20:15

There are some great local residents' associations in the area.

Mapesbury Residents Association (whose gardening group are keen fruit harvesters) have their open gardens this Sunday, see

http://mapra.org.uk/

maybe see you there!

Comment by Chris Wells on June 9, 2011 at 19:40

A quick note to anyone in TT Willesden looking for local food fanatics, you could do worse than start approaching these guys: hilarious writers and big fans of local food in Cricklewood!

http://eatcricklewood.blogspot.com

Well worth reading...

Comment by Chris Wells on June 9, 2011 at 1:47
Good luck to all who live in the Willesden area who now have their own Transition Town
 

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