"I'm keen to come and work on the allotment with you - I am off work for a while so could come on a weekday afternoon. this week I can't make it, despite the offer of horseradish, but I will try for the following week."
We have a community allotment in Queens Park (behind the Cafe in the park). Two new raised beds were built at the end of 2010, and we have a herb spiral and lots of other things growing. Shared space to learn and grow. Tools and gloves provided. Capital Growth space 1084. Join group to get updates as to when we meet.See More
We're here every Wed 2.30-4.30pm. Do join us to garden or say hello. We've restarted the allotment with local residents at William Dunbar/Saville House. Best way to find us is to go up Albert Road and turn right just past the low building and look out for the greenery. See More
September's Transition film at the Lexi will be at 8.30pm on 7th Sept - showing No Impact ManA guilty New York liberal decides to practice what he preaches for one year; turns off the electricity; stops making garbage; gives up TV, taxis and take-out; becomes a walking, bicycling, composting, tree-hugging, polar bear-saving, local food-eating citizen – all the while taking his baby daughter and caffeine-loving, retail-obsessed television-addicted wife along with him…Check out…See More
Put 9th December in your diary for the Transition Kensal to Kilburn Christmas Party! ...at the Constitution Club - next door to the Lexi straight after December's film ('In Transition - the Movie').Entry open to allPlease bring:1. Food to share2. A contribution to the "Swap Shop": something you would like to recycle, something you've made, something you'd like to swap, or a skill you'd like to share...We will ask for donations to cover venue hire costs.Looking forwards to seeing you there...…See More
The film is the work of director Emma Goude, with production by Smith and Watson, and with input from Transition communities around the world. ‘In Transition’ is the perfect sequel to ‘The Age of Stupid’. It tells the story of the generation that looked peak oil and climate change square in the face, and responded with creativity, compassion and genius. In the film you will see the stories of communities creating their own currencies, setting up their own pubs, planting trees, growing food.…See More