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Food & Growing
You will also find our projects under the ‘Projects’ category. If you need access to material from our old site, it is archived here: http://www.transitiontownbrixton.org/2009/12/the-food-group-page/.
By Margaret on May 8, 2013
Locally sourced food locally sold! The new weekly food market in Crystal Palace – Jake of the Remakery and Transition Crystal Palace has asked us to let you know about this wonderful Transition Town initiative.
Launch Saturday May 11th and every following Saturday 10 am – 3pm
Just off The Triangle Bottom of Haynes Lane SE19 3AP [...]
By Elinor Newman Beckett on December 9, 2012
Local Greens are offering some very local herb bunches in their Christmas veg bags this year. The bunches will be made up of Bay (for your Bread sauce), Sage (for your Stuffing), Rosemary (for your roast potatoes) and Thyme (for your Turkey â€“ or nut roast of course).
We are buying the herbs from community groups, [...]
By Elinor Newman Beckett on December 2, 2012
Transition Town Brixton will create London’s first public permaculture demonstration site and you can be a part of it. We are running a full Urban Permaculture Design Course in April and May 2013 which will transform Slade Gardens in Brixton.
This unique project will apply permaculture principles of food security, efficient water use, intelligent urban design [...]
By Penny Noy on November 20, 2012
This is the archive of the Bringing Land into Production project, ‘BLIP’ for short, from September 2010 to March 2011. What a transformation in just a short space of time! Many thanks to so many volunteers who have given their time so generously.
As some of you may know, we were not able to continue with [...]
By Penny Noy on July 22, 2012
WELL …Â “Times are hard” (and food prices are only going to go up ! ) … but we still want to buy food that is healthy and is grown in a sustainable and ethical way ! …Â SO …
We have formed a co-operative to collectively bulk-buy organic wholefoodsÂ …Â (NOTÂ including fresh vegetables and fruit [...]