Transition Ipswich is about using our collective talents and unique local knowledge to make our community more resilient to the growing social pressures of Peak Oil and Climate Change.
Many towns around the country are now well on their way to putting into practice a local energy descent plan and they look like they're having a pretty good time as well.
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Here’s an invitation to a new course offered by the Apricot Centre: We are launching a new course with Transition Training on Resilient food systems – starting here in East Anglia at Wakelyns farm – an Agroforestry farm with diverse … Continue reading
Here is a new initiative which may be of interest to people involved in small businesses or social enterprises. Support and Advice to Businesses around Renewable Energy (SABRE) SABRE is offering small and medium-sized businesses (SMEs)/social enterprises (SEs) in Suffolk … Continue reading
Join in the Rubbish Diet and slim your bin! Continue reading
The Big Dig is coming to Ipswich! This is a national project organised by Sustain and others. Here in Ipswich The People’s Community Garden is hosting and we are getting involved at the Community Orchard, too! This is a great … Continue reading
The aim of this free, practical workshop is to devise new projects to increase Ipswich’s
resilience to economic crisis, resource depletion and climate change – and improve our
Come and join us to scope out the next phase of Transition in Ipswich
– and bring your friends.
People’s Community Garden Barrow load of small hedgerow trees Planting hedgerow fruiting trees at the People’s Community Garden in November These trees were supplied by the Woodland Trust and the PCG hopes to help their new bee colony with supporting … Continue reading
Here’s a message from Susannah at the People’s Community Garden: Dear Friends and Supporters Please join us for our Winter Warm-up Community Tree-planting Day Saturday 17 November 10.30am until 3pm At the People’s Community Garden, Maidenhall Allotments, Halifax Road, Ipswich, … Continue reading
Here are new workshops on offer from ActivLives in central Ipswich: FREE Community Workshops at St Mary at Stoke Church Hall, Stoke Street, Ipswich IP2 8BX Tuesday 18 September 1.00-3.30pm: We’re Jammin’ with Rona Sharp Jam and chutney-making. Making jams … Continue reading
Here are details of the first event of the 30 mile food challenge. Don’t forget to bring along spare garden tools to swap, donate or sell! Thanks
Guided Farm Tour 2pm Saturday 15th September 2012 Rushmere-St-Andrew, East Ipswich Come and visit Suffolk’s first Community Supported Agriculture farm – created and run by members of the Transition Ipswich Food Group! Free of charge, and all welcome. Vegetable beds, … Continue reading