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By Duncan on October 16, 2018
On Monday 8 October at Open Project Night we convened a discussion and planning event to which we invited local people, stakeholders, organisations and the council. Sadly none of the latter came though we had some apologies including from Chuka Umunna MP.
The aim was to look at what might happen on 29 March 2019 and [...]
By Duncan on May 31, 2017
More than 50 local food activists assembled at Open Project Night on 22 May to hear from 4 local food enterprises and think how we can supply the gaps and challenges so that we can move towards a local food system that can supply real local needs and begin to compete with the corporate take-over [...]
Posted in Economy and Business, Events, Food & Growing, Food Growing Services, Get Involved, News, REconomy | Tagged brixton pound, business, community involvement, community supported local economy, food and growing, Incredible Edible Lambeth, local economy, Local food | 1 Response
By Duncan on April 27, 2017
Monday 22 April, 6.30 for local food and networking, start 7pm – 9.30pm at Open Project Night at the Impact Hub Brixton, (back of POPBrixton) 49 Brixton Station Road, SW9 8PQ.
Book your FREE ticket here
There are a lot of really great innovative food projects in Lambeth. We have a range of community farms, greenhouses, box schemes, [...]
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By Duncan on February 3, 2017
February’s Brixton Bugle features a good introduction our plans for the Bank of Lambeth.
Our facebook page is now live and will be posting interesting stuff twice weekly. Please like, follow, share posts and invite friends. We have a target of 100 likes by the end of February.
A small but growing project group meets every second [...]
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By Michel Thill on January 4, 2017
Social Landscapes is running a full accredited Permaculture Design Course starting in April. The course puts special emphasis on the use of Permaculture in the urban context: small scale food growing, retrofitting of houses, water in the home, working in groups, livelihood and transition, while not ignoring other topics, such as agroforestry, natural building and [...]