Transition Drinks – social

    Last Wed of each month 7pm @Mile & a Third

    Open Days at the community allotment:

    Usually every 2nd and 4th  Saturday 11-3pm

    Repair Café 


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Awareness raising

Film nights

Transition Westcliff Library

Talks, presentations, workshops


Transition Drinks

Outreach – meeting other groups

Promoting existing green projects and groups


Southend – Grow your Own 2009 Map
Edible Garden Tour

Ecohomes Tour


Garden Share

Well-Being Fair

Conflict Resolution Skills Cafe

2 Responses

  1. Alu,
    Dzieki za wizytowke. Jestem pod duuuzym wrazeniem. Brawa dla Kamila. Na pewno sie przylacze do ruchu
    😉 .


  2. You are doing the right thing. I’ve just opened a website to urge people to grow their own food for better health but the insurance angle is very important. What will we do as food gets dearer or natural disasters whipe out monoculture crops?
    The other aspect is money. Why pay $6.00 kilo for tomatoes that grow for free at your back door?

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