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Volunteer with us
There are many different opportunities for working with the Food and Growing group. Click here to see our task list and for project contacts (a spreadsheet will open up).
By Duncan Law on March 21, 2014
TTB started in 2007, ‘Unleashed’ in 2008 and became a Community Interest Company with 6 directors in 2010. Some have now moved away or retired due to other commitments.
We are looking for skilled local people who are committed to helping TTB remain at the cutting edge of transitioning together towards a better future. If you are interested [...]
By Duncan Law on November 22, 2011
Plant broad beans in the TTB growing space (see above) (11-12.30, bring warmth)
BYO picnic food to share (12.30 – 1.30 lunch)
If you have a trowel or small fork that would be helpful. Indoor shoes too so we don’t bring the mud inside.
All ages welcome. Bring friends. Bring ideas. Bring food to share.
Tea, coffee, yummy cake [...]
Posted in Education, Events, Food & Growing, Get Involved, Getting into Growing, Heart & Soul, News, Noticeboard, Permaculture, Press & Publicity, Slade Gardens, Transition Centre, TTB Family Group news, Uncategorized, Volunteer with us
By Mike Noy on March 21, 2011
First design workshop: Thurs 31 Mar, 6.30 – 9.00pm,Â 6-8 Robsart St.
Click here for more information, including contact details:Â Transition Town Brixton – flyer
To find out more about BLIP:- http://projectdirt.com/group/blip
By Penny Noy on November 16, 2010
I have just updated the task list, except for the current events sheet. Click here to view the spreadsheet.
By mike.noy.author on May 30, 2010
NEW! (May 2010) GROWER’S PACK
How to Get a Community Garden Going
We have been working on this community growing guide for some time and it is finally finished. To those involved in its production, apologies for the delay, we have had difficulties with file formats. Many thanks to Chris Rodier for sorting this out for us. [...]