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By Duncan on August 5, 2016
Transition Town Brixton is meeting at the new Brixton Pound cafe which opened in July 2016 (more info here). It’s Brixton’s first pay-what-you-feel cafe!
We will be there on Thursday 25th August from 6.30-8pm at 77 Atlantic Road, SW9 8PU
We will be trying some of their delicious food which they are aiming to source from local [...]
By Michel Thill on August 2, 2016
Social Landscapes is a Lambeth-based Social Enterprise with the vision of generating urban cultures in which people and planet prosper. We do this through Permaculture Design Training, Community Engagement and Participatory Design as well as Placemaking and Green Space Managament. We are now recruiting a Maintenance Gardener. See the advert from their webpage below:
We’re Recruiting [...]
By Duncan on May 17, 2016
After a long pause, the core steering/strategy group of TTB is reforming. We would like to invite you to our first meeting in ages where we will be launching the TTB Cental Project. The agenda is here.
Tuesday 24 May, 7pm chat and snacks 7.30-9.30pm at the Brixton Pound Shop, 3 Atlantic Road, SW9 8HX (previously the lamented Portuguese deli, AC Continental)
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By kim.winter on July 2, 2012
TTB’s latest newsletter includes details of the Lambeth Sustainability Forum on 3 July, the Future Brixton planning workshop on 4 July, plus an account of the ‘Who Feeds Lambeth?’ discussion convened by Incredible Edible Lambeth.
And congratulations to Duncan Law, who was made a Lambeth Champion in May for his work on Transition Town Brixton. Read [...]
By Penny Noy on May 11, 2012
For newsletters since March 2012 click Â here. For the most recent one, see below.
Newsletter of 4th May 2012 (click the image):
Newsletters from before March 2012 are not archived here, though you will find some from the sub-groups if you type ‘newsletters’ in the search box in the top right hand corner.