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In response to Climate Chaos and Peak Oil, Communities in SE England starting transition to a resilient low carbon life style together.

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Pruning Old Fruit Trees at Stanmer Park

January 16, 2016 to January 17, 2016
The course is held in the old apple orchards at Stanmer Park.  Learn how to improve health and productivity by appropriate pruning. Tutor: Bryn ThomasCost: £80-£200Full details and bookings: https://brightonpermaculture.org.uk/courses/fruitorchards/pruningcourse***NOTE bookings can only be made via our website ***For all courses & events:…See More
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Planning & Planting a Small Orchard at Stanmer Park

November 28, 2015 from 9:30am to 5pm
This course covers the process of initial orchard planning, along with the selection and planting of fruit trees.  There will also be discussions and advice on community aspects of the subject matter.Course tutors: Bryn Thomas, Peter MayCost: £60-£160See website for full details.***NOTE bookings can only be made via our website:https://brightonpermaculture.org.uk/courses/fruitorchards/plantingorchard ***For…See More
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Eco Renovate your Home at Phoenix Community Centre,

November 14, 2015 from 9am to 5:30pm
Brighton Permaculture Trust, in partnership with Low Carbon Trust, is running this one-day course which looks at making the home more energy efficient and highlights areas where savings can be made and carbon footprints, reduced.  It is tailored to the individual participant’s needs and is suitable for beginners and those familiar with eco-building. Course fee £72-£162. Venue: Phoenix Community Centre, 2 Phoenix Place, Brighton BN2 9ND. Tutors: Mischa Hewitt See website for full details and…See More
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Building with Rammed Earth & Chalk at Stanmer Park

October 10, 2015 to October 11, 2015
This course covers the basics of rammed earth and chalk, from the benefits of building with rammed earth, finding the right earth, choosing a formwork system, different construction methods, design detailing, different approaches and the various tools used. There will be a large practical component to the course, with the construction of a section of rammed earth wall. Course fee (depending on income) £90-£225 Tutors: Rowland Keable, Mischa Hewitt.  See website for full details.…See More
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Scything at Stanmer Park

August 22, 2015 to August 23, 2015
This course covers the practical and theoretical elements of scything, giving participants the practical skills and techniques necessary to scythe lawns, larger areas and thorny undergrowth. Day 1: 10am - 5pmDay 2: 9.30am - 5pm (with an optional 7am start)Cost: £96-£225 (depending on income)Tutors:  Simon Fairlie, Stefan Gehrels, Beth TilstonVenue: Stanmer Park, Brighton BN1 9PZSee website for full details…See More
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Fruit Tree Grafting at Stanmer Park

August 8, 2015 from 10am to 5pm
The course encourages participants to develop practical skills in the propagation of fruit trees.  Experience will be gained in the use of a grafting knife, concentrating on the technique of “Chip Budding” to graft an apple variety onto a rootstock.   Cost (depending on income) £60-£150Tutors: Peter May, Stephan Gehrels. See website for full details…See More
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Building with Straw Bales at Stanmer Park

July 17, 2015 at 9am to July 19, 2015 at 5:30pm
An intensive practical and theoretical building course, covering all basic skills needed to build with straw bales. Cost: £160-£310Tutor: Ian BrownFull details and bookings: http://brightonpermaculture.org.uk/index.php/courses/ecobuild/strawbalebuilding ***NOTE bookings can only be made via our website ***For all courses & events: https://brightonpermaculture.org.uk/coursesSee More
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Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) Regional Hub for South of England

Posted by Robert Simpson on September 13, 2013 at 11:38 0 Comments

Southern Region CSA Hub

 

Calling all CSAs - community or producer-led, established or developing - in the South of England and the London area!

 

You are invited to a gathering at Tablehurst Farm in East Sussex on Saturday, 19th October this autumn.

 

We will be meeting to set up a regional hub as part of the creation of a UK nationwide CSA Network. The new Network will serve to promote and support the movement into the…

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Our Cuckmere Valley Journey

Posted by jane jones on June 21, 2013 at 11:27 0 Comments

 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…

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Lovely tale of transition training in remote Amazonian communities

Posted by Martin Grimshaw on June 20, 2013 at 17:17 0 Comments

Lovely tale of transition training in remote Amazonian communities. Another example of the model being applied in widely different situations.



http://www.transitionnetwork.org/blogs/ben-brangwyn/2013-06/transition-amazonian-communities…



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Local, self-sufficient, optimistic: are Transition Towns the way forward? From The Guardian

Posted by Martin Grimshaw on June 19, 2013 at 18:38 0 Comments

Local, self-sufficient, optimistic: are Transition Towns the way forward?





Locally grown food, community-owned power stations, local currencies … can small-scale actions make a difference? Yes, according to the Transition…

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Transition Network Newsletter - May 2013

Posted by Mike Grenville on May 3, 2013 at 9:33 0 Comments

Transition Network Newsletter - May 2013

NETWORK NEWS AND NEWS OF THE NETWORK

New Delivery Director

As the first step in its planned restructure, Transition Network has appointed Sarah McAdam to the…

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