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Transition Town Telford

Telford, United Kingdom
Status: 
Muller
Geographic region : 
West Midlands
England
United Kingdom
Initiative type: 
Local Initiative
Initiative type: 
Local Coordinating Hub
Community type: 
Town
Themes: 
Energy
Themes: 
Food
Themes: 
Inner Transition
Themes: 
Transport
Approximate number of members: 
15

We have been meeting since June 2012 at the Green Wood Centre Coalbrookdale, in the Ironbridge Gorge, where some of our members live. We also have a number from other parts of Telford, including the market town of Wellington.

People & Contacts
Initiative email: 
Primary point of contact: 
croberts
Web point of contact: 
croberts

what makes a viable market garden on 9 acres?

Hello everyone and good to read through some of the pages so far.

what makes a viable market garden on 9 acres?

Talking to People - Plants and Places

Since I started blogging for Transition on This Low Carbon Life when it began in October 2009, and on the Social Reporting project since last September, I've written posts on everything from connecting

MAKING LOCAL FOOD WORK

Taunton Transition Town hosted an open planning meeting last Monday 11th April.

Taunton Transition Drop-in Cafe

Saturday, 26 March 2011 - 10:30am - 12:30pm
Event Date & Time: 
Saturday, 26 March 2011 - 10:30am - 12:30pm

Location

Friends' Meeting House
Bath Place
Taunton
United Kingdom
Point of contact: 

Seedy Saturday.......

Seedy Saturday

If you are a little late in getting your seeds on the go this year do not despair and come along to Taunton Tranisition's Seedy Saturday with all things related to seeds and growing. 

Maggie Magennis

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United Kingdom

Recently involved with Stamford TT, keen on growing things and preserving; and hate waste of any resources. 

Geographic region : 
East Midlands
England
United Kingdom
Involvement & interest with the Transition Network
Initiative: 
Interests: 
First name: 
Maggie
Last name: 
Magennis
Your location: 

Bolton

United Kingdom
Status: 
Muller
Geographic region : 
North West
England
United Kingdom
Initiative type: 
Local Coordinating Hub
Community type: 
Town
Themes: 
Education
Themes: 
Inner Transition
Approximate number of members: 
300

Thanks for taking a look at Bolton's transition town initiative.

We showed 'the power of community' in winter 2008, as a result of that first film night a local school were able to set asside land that now houses a community growing project that has regular daily volunteers in north Bolton.

People & Contacts
Initiative email: 
Primary point of contact: 
Boyd Lee
Core team: 
Media point of contact: 
Boyd Lee
Volunteer point of contact: 
Boyd Lee
Web point of contact: 
Boyd Lee

Days 90-92 A Sense of Place

June 26th   Auld Grey Town   (Day 90)


I spend this day quietly revisiting my old town and hanging out with my old friend Jayne and her brand new 3 week old baby, Rob.

Margaret Healey Pollett

Margaret Healey Pollett's picture
Birmingham, United Kingdom

When I was about 9 years old, we ‘did’ coal at school. I remember asking what would happen when the coal ran out, but was just told it never would. That answer never satisfied me, and my question has stayed with me ever since, but broadened out to include oil and other resources too.

Geographic region : 
West Midlands
England
United Kingdom
Involvement & interest with the Transition Network
First name: 
Margaret
Last name: 
Healey Pollett
Your location: 

Ella Boyen

Ella Boyen's picture
Victoria, Australia

I'm interested in getting the greater Langwarrin area involved in the transition movement and would like to hear from other locals in the area.

Involvement & interest with the Transition Network
First name: 
Ella
Middle name: 
Gaye
Last name: 
Boyen
Your location: 
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