September 2011 Blog Posts (4)

Sweet Chestnut Foraging

If you travel through Hyde Park there is a beautiful avenue of Sweet Chestnut trees (about a hundred) just north of the Rotten Row cycle path and just south of the Serpentine. They are ripe and ready. Take leather gloves for plucking them off the tree and roll the husks under foot to get the nuts out. I got a carrier bag full on Tuesday. The only other pickers were some Italian building workers in their lunch hour and the Serpentine geese are foraging too. Follow the geese for the trees where… Continue

Added by David Young on September 30, 2011 at 13:57 — 3 Comments

Local bee keeper looking for a large garden or similar

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 ?


Thank you


Added by Adrian Braimer Jones on September 28, 2011 at 0:12 — 6 Comments

Apple cake recipe

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…

Added by Amandine Alexandre-Hughes on September 24, 2011 at 18:27 — No Comments

Benefit film night this Friday to save Brent Libraries

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.…


Added by Matthew Sharp on September 20, 2011 at 20:56 — No Comments

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