December 1, 2014 at 5pm to December 7, 2014 at 3pm
Permaculture design for the self and our communities. This intensive residential course (which takes place over five full days) will enable participants to confidently apply Permaculture design tools to personal and social settings. Additionally, we will explore the role of nature connection in resourcing ourselves, our creativity and our design process.See More
Our annual, free (car parking £5), family day, featuring masses of apple-themed activities, food & drink, storytelling, plays, music, apple identification and a wonderful range of stalls selling local produce and a lot more. Not to be missed....See More
"Thanks MikeI agree it is unfortunate timing, and I still feel that it is *potentially* a good resource to have - despite that use of the site has declined quite a bit.I think there are good reasons for that, and also that it is recoverable, but not…"
"At the end of July 2014 this website is due for renewal. It costs £216 a year and we have to ask whether it is still serving a useful purpose or not. Transition Forest Row does not have the funds this year to pay for it so the money needs to…"
Free one-day workshops on Monitoring and Evaluation for Community groups Assessing your group’s impact can provide valuable intelligence to: improve your performance, motivate your volunteers and supporters, raise funds, spread your ideas, influence policy, and ensure accountability to stakeholders. The School of Geography and the Environment (University of Oxford), in partnership with Transition Network and the Low Carbon Communities Network, are holding free one-day workshops to help your…See More
A bit of information about our valley. the river Cuckmere divides our two villages, Litlington and Alfriston, but there are many more small hamlets not far away. We are wealthy, surrounded by farmland (intensive) Church going, elderly, much tourism, relatively right wing and BAU everywhere. Introducing Transition has not been easy. I started with regular articles to the "Parish mag" (not sure how many read this) Then, distribution of Positive news and Litlington Little Library was…