Hello - just wondered if anyone has any tips on where might be good to go sloe picking around North London? Thanks for your help!
This was a great event, which I wrote up for Queen's Park Books website
Please read about it and Resurgence magazine there.
Lots of us were there from the group - we should have been wearing the t-shirts though! The shop was packed, which shows what interest there is locally in activities such as ours, but quite a few members of the audience hadn't heard of us. …Continue
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I have several bags of chopped up wood from felled trees and an old shed roof which would be suitable for burning in a wood stove or making a log pile. They are in my front garden, bagged and ready for taking away. Just let me know if you would like them. Marjory
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This project was born out of my experiences of having my first child, and how much it made me question myself and everything i thought was normal.
I couldn't help but be drawn to reading books looking at parenting practices, and deciphering them was hard. I started to realise that we (mothers and fathers) don't trust ourselves anymore to do the…
I am looking to rent out my studio space on Loveridge Road, NW6 for at least 2 months, maybe more..
There is 1200 sq ft of high natural lit studio space shared between 3 other wonderful artists (one of whom is only part-time). There is one space available to be used 24/7 if needed. There is a small kitchen and sitting area with mini library!
Please get in touch to arrange a viewing. It is available from 20th March.
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Unfortunately the classes are no longer available at Kilburn (or Kensal as it is closed) although they did run quite successfully for 2 years or so.
I no longer work there but I did approach the library to see if I could continue with the class anyway,sadly they have turned me down because of the impending refurbishment....in May apparently.
However, I would still be glad to run the class somewhere...any suggestions for locations and times?
I do have time on my…Continue
We have a couple of bags of strong smelling lawn fertiliser to give away at the South Kilburn allotment that was left over from 10 years ago. If interested please email michael dot stuart6 at gmail.com or turn up Wednesday between 2.30 and 4.30
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I have just renewed my fence. The old one is sitting in my front garden and is there for anyone who needs a supply of timber for raised beds etc. Some of it has rotted but much is still useful. If you'd like it please just come and take it from my garden at 35 Fleetwood Road NW10
Hi my name is Mike.
I am starting a project photographing bee keepers and bees themselves.
The project is about the mutual respect between the keeper and the bee, showing the beauty of the collection of honey and the care you put in collecting it.
This is partly an issue-based project, due to the worldwide problems Apiarist are facing with the loss of Honey Bee Colonies, mainly associated with environment and climate factors, leading to the colony collapse disorder…Continue
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Careen, Chris, Viv and I headed down to City Hall on 1st December for the London Transition Groups Gathering. Short presentations on London Low Carbon Communities - which I think we should join - RE:NEW (which aims to make homes more energy efficient) and by a couple…Continue
Added by Elaine Henderson on December 6, 2011 at 21:44 — No Comments
Food group meeting
20th October 2011
Present: Marjory, Michael (part), Miko, Sanchia
While eating some very nice food….
Queens Park day apple pressing
Agreed we need more ‘talkers’ explaining what it’s about (and this applies to Transition events generally). Other suggestions are to have a map of local fruit trees; have a banner / sign / poster explaining harvesting; having more leaflets out…Continue
Transition Town AGM
On September 22nd we held our AGM as part of the visioning evening at St.
Anne's. The Initiating Committee was disbanded and re-elected to include
John Smith (Chair) George Latham (Secretary) and David Young (Treasurer).
The members of the core group are Elaine Henderson, Careen Hertzog, Nadia
Rojas, and Michael Stuart. Any local Transition members who'd like to join
the Initiating Group were and are invited to speak to existing members…
I am a Kensal Rise beekeeper, looking for somewhere suitable to site some hives - an overgrown garden with direct access would be ideal - in return for delicious local organic honey !
Anyone interested - please would you e mail me ?
This is the recipe of an apple cake I baked on Thursday for Kensal to Kilburn TT public meeting.
-200 gr to 320 gr of peeled and deseeded apples cut in small pieces…
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Dear All, this is my first blog so I hope it works. A friend of mine supports the campaign to stop Brent from closing local libraries, which is of course dear to the hearts of Transition Folk. We seem to use them a lot, both as borrowers and as venues, so I hope that you will come along to the film if you can. I'll be there and it would be great to meet some of you afterwards for a drink. Let me know if you plan to come and we can wear distinctive clothing, or something.…Continue
Added by Matthew Sharp on September 20, 2011 at 20:56 — No Comments
Tiverton Rejuvenation: After 26 years of neglect, there is now a plan to renovate the old tennis courts on Tiverton Green. The new facilities will lift the Green and give a real boost to the area. They will give your children somewhere safe to ride their bikes and skate, play football, basketball,…Continue
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