July 1, 2010
A Transition Initiative is a community working together to tackle the key issues of Climate Change and Peak Oil. Transition Town Whitstable is an active and ever-increasing group with a lively programme of events that harness the energy and talent in Whitstable.
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April 8, 2013
We are looking for volunteers to do the Carnival procession – a procession of wheelbarrows with lots of interesting plants and other things to promote TTW and Stream walk garden.
If you can volunteer, email email@example.com
January 13, 2013
Congratulations to Jasper Mathews on his election as Secretary, and thanks to Beka for all her work.
Jeremy and Jenny were re-elected as Chair and Treasurer.
November 17, 2012
This will be held next Thursday, 22nd November at 8pm. The venue is Yann and Jenny’s. Contact Bear if you need more details – or want to stand for one of the available positions.
August 23, 2012
Swap, share or source home grown fruit and veg.
Saturday 1st September, 11am – 1pm
Outside Whitstable Library
August 19, 2012
Sunday 30th September 2pm to 6pm,
Augustine House, Christchurch, Canterbury
For groups and individuals interested in Transition in East Kent. Living abundantly together with less need for oil, and resilience with the changing climate.
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Free. Donations are welcome.
July 14, 2012
Come and join The Great Barn Raising at Stream Walk Community Garden! Actually it’s a shed that’s really heavy, and some other construction.
All welcome. Come and enjoy our beautiful garden, and help construct a place for all to share.
Saturday July 21st 10am till 4 pm
Location: Stream Walk footpath near Old Bridge Rd.
An Oyster Festival Event
July 14, 2012
Transition Town Faversham are hosting a permaculture skill-sharing and networking event on Sunday 22nd July between 10am and 4pm, at the Abbey Physic Community Garden in Faversham.
There will be a number of talks and workshops throughout the day, including permaculture sessions with Aranya and Jo Barker, soap making, bee keeping, willow weaving, growing perennial vegetables, and John Rudgard on sustainability at his permaculture smallholding Rifleman Cottage in Ludenham. Aranya will also be talking about his recently published book – ‘Permaculture Design – A step by step guide’.
This event is a great opportunity to meet new people, learn new skills, and see what’s happening permaculture-wise in and around Faversham. Visitors will also be able to explore the Abbey Physic Community Garden, and see permaculture in action.
Hot food, homemade cakes and hot and cold drinks will be available as well as a selection of plants, vegetables and handmade crafts to buy. This event is FREE, although donations towards the running of the day will be welcome
Please contact James Thorn
if you’re interested in attending, so we can get an idea of numbers.