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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 [...]
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 [...]
By Michel Thill on September 1, 2016
Streatham Hill based Community Interest Company Social Landscapes are running a series of workshops this Autumn, starting with a 2-hour Orchard Care and Maintenance session with the Open Orchard Project in Hillside Gardens Park, the a 2-day Introduction to Permaculture the last weekend of September and three 2-hour gardening sessions at Bandstand Beds on Clapham [...]
By Duncan on August 15, 2016
Every Second Monday TTB holds the space for REconomy – inventing the new economy – at the amazing Open Project Night organised by Hub Brixton and TTB. You may have noticed our Local Food is Growing event in July.
On September 12 we will be relaunching the TTB REconomy and Enterprise Group (new economy inventors) and launching a project we’ve been working on [...]
By Duncan on August 5, 2016
In November 2015, almost 1500 people raised, in 35 days, £62,095 to help Brixton cycles during their transition to a new location (forced out due to gentrification). Their bank failed to provide them the help required. But the community around Brixton showed their support through a successful crowdfunding campaign.
Economy is the basis of a society. [...]