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Young Musicians – A gig in aid of the refugee crisis at St Peter’s Church

January 29, 2016 from 8pm to 10pm
On Friday 29th January at 8pm the Keys will present a concert given by a group of young local musicians in aid of the refugee crisis. The event will take place at St Peter’s Church in Henfield.Tickets cost £4 each and are available from the parish office on 01273 495532 or from Henfield Furnishings on the High Street.The money raised will support Family Support Work in its preparations to support refugee families coming to Sussex.…See More
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"Steyning Refugee Help, Calais Donations Day, Sunday 10th Jan"
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Nov 28, 2015
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Nov 26, 2015
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"Register your local group for your free wildflower seeds at Grow Wild UK"
Nov 19, 2015
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"Pocket parks: community spaces…"
Nov 12, 2015
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After The Crash (from chasing money to choosing community)

See It looks like a major world-wide financial crash is possible soon. If this happens, it will certainly be extremely painfu... Gary Alexander,has recently completed a 4 year term on the…
Oct 29, 2015
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"Historic Scotland - Technical Papers ,recent research for download, I liked No. 14"
Oct 29, 2015
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POC21 Trailer: "The World We Need" from POC21 cc on Vimeo.

POC21 Trailer: "The World We Need"

Starting August 15th, POC21 innovation camp will bring together 100+ makers, designers and social innovators to join forces at Millemont Castle near Paris. During five weeks of co-making and co-living, their goal is to prototype a new breed of…
Oct 1, 2015
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The GrowUp Box at Roof East this we may make the leap to replacing our house roofs with glasshouses containing solar panels and gardens.
Sep 20, 2015
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Growing Livelihoods - An Introduction from Carnegie UK Trust on Vimeo.

Growing Livelihoods - An Introduction

This film tells the story of Growing Livelihoods and the Land Settlement Association. Growing Livelihoods is a new initiative which will work to create, test and promote new opportunities in smaller-scale food growing for those new to the sector,…
Sep 10, 2015
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"Your Transition Network Conference Twitter Hashtag is #TNConf2015"
Sep 10, 2015
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"South Downs National Park Local Plan: Preferred Options consultation is running from the 2 September to the 28 October https://consult.south"
Sep 3, 2015
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"TTW could have a virtual library on LibraryThing would you use it ?????"
Aug 23, 2015

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IPCC Fifth Assessment Report (AR5)

  We can read/download the first part of the report here


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              Impacts, Adaptation and Vulnerability  25-29 March 2014.

              Mitigation of Climate Change   7-11 April 2014,

              Synthesis Report   27-31 October 2014


             Adapting to climate change: national adaptation…


Posted on September 29, 2013 at 11:21

RSS feeds from Transition Network

RSS feeds from Transition Network aren't on their front page, but they do list them further into the site

Posted on March 26, 2013 at 14:51

Tweet Embedding Experiment #2

Posted on March 17, 2013 at 10:58 — 1 Comment

Tweet Embedding Experiment

<blockquote class="twitter-tweet"><p>Cycle or take the tube to work? @<a href="">memespring</a>'s Internet of Things dial looks at wind speed, tube station closed, temp <a href="" title=""></a></p>&mdash; Francis Irving (@frabcus) <a href="">March 17, 2013</a></blockquote>

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At 22:11 on February 9, 2012, Michelle Hughes said…

Hi Phil, thanks for your message and happy bread making.  There will be other workshops if you find you want to know what's going on inside your machine!  Regards, Michelle.

At 15:35 on September 18, 2011, Pauline Cory said…

Hi Phil

Thanks for the recommendation of Nicola Terry's (I think that was her name) book, I will have to get a copy - any particular place to get it from rather than Amazon??

Best wishes

Pauline Cory

At 17:34 on May 31, 2011, Catrina Pickering said…
Yes that's right. I just wanted to sign up to receive your updates.  I'm the Diversity Coordinator for the Transition Network so I don't live in Worthing.
At 23:29 on February 7, 2011, Julia Carrette said…
That was me and I don't think I actually said Transition Towns have been doing big society for years (although had I done so it would not have been wrong).  I did say 'we had been doing it for years' and gave TT's as an example of people who are already getting together to address environmental concerns. This was partly in answer to points that the other caller mentioned in relation to topic. You are right though, I did get 'het up' because so much rot is being talked about Big Society as if we start with a blank sheet where nothing has been done. Its well-meant but can be an insult to all the volunteers and voluntary groups that I work with who have been 'stepping up to the plate' for years. They follow in the footsteps of thousands of others. We already have BS. It doesn't mean that more cant be done but it should also include investing in what we already have.
At 22:40 on August 13, 2010, Phil Slade said…

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