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Also some TTB groups have their own mailing lists or newsletters – look at the group or project information to find details.
See below for posts about specific opportunities.
By Elinor Newman Beckett on November 18, 2012
Remakery Brixton are meeting each Thursday to transform a disused garage block. Â Throughout October and November volunteers have been heading down to the Paulet Road Estate near Myatt’s Inn Fields to create an affordable, co-working space to incubate recycling, repair and re-use projects.
The vision? To bring together waste resources, hidden skills and business development support [...]
By Sibylle Mansour on November 6, 2012
Saturday 1 December and Sunday 2 December at the Islington Ecology Centre – Advance booking only.
This is the 2 day Transition Network `Launch’ training. Designed for people who want to deepen their understanding of Transition principles and practice and meet others involved in Transition initiatives in London, it includes ideas on how to set up, [...]
By Penny Noy on July 11, 2012
Exciting vacancies at a community farm 8 miles from Brixton:
Managing Director (maternity cover),
Growing Training Manager,
They are also looking for people who can help out with local delivieries (paid).Â But if you’re not looking for a job you can also volunteer and support the farm through Farm membership.
Sutton Community Farm, a not for profit social enterprise [...]
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 Sibylle Mansour on May 21, 2012
Community Draught Busters invite people to join their management board. We would like more people to have their say and input in what and how we do things around energy efficiency advise and draught proofing in Brixton, Lambeth and beyond. If you are interested in becoming a vivid part of our successful social enterprise model, [...]