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Free Transition event at Museum of East Anglian Life

Low-lying East Anglia is particularly susceptible to the effects of climate change. Latest estimates suggest the global sea level could rise one meter by 2100, but even more important than the actual rise in sea level is the possible increase … Continue reading

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Ipswich Festival of Green Ideas, Saturday 12th May

Interested in green issues – from fixing your bike (bring it along!) or growing your own food to global concerns about climate change and population?  Then come to Ipswich’s second Festival of Green Ideas, being organised by Ipswich Quakers and … Continue reading

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Public Meeting 7th April Community Supported Agriculture at The Oak Tree Low Carbon Farm, East Ipswich

Come along to our public meeting to learn more about The Oak Tree Low Carbon Farm, our future plans and all about our vegetable Community Supported Agriculture scheme. Starting at 2pm on Saturday 7th April at the Rushmere Baptist Church … Continue reading

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30 Mile Local Food Challenge Goes Live

http://30milefood.transitionipswich.org.uk/ This is the start. We look forward to this growing. Thanks to all involved. Bear with us as we skill our selves up. We accept all offers of help. lucydrake22@gmail.com      

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30 Mile Local Food Challenge

30 mile Radius From IP1 1DD   (click on this and then again on next page to get the map, 30 miles is a long way) We are busy creating new pages for the 30 Mile Local Food Challenge. This in … Continue reading

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Transition East Summer Gathering – 25/26 June

Last year Glenn and Jeannie hosted the first gathering of Transitioners from Suffolk, South Norfolk and North Essex at their farm in Framsden. This year they’re making their farm available for a two day gathering from 10.00 on 25th June, … Continue reading

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Maidenhall Forest Garden Update

Update from last Friday evening: About 20 staff and volunteers and TI members descended on the forest garden to plant spuds. Susannah of the PCG kindly gave us some left over heritage seed potatoes and organised a lot of young … Continue reading

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Making woodlands work for humans and wildlife

The Trees and Woodlands community resource for humans and wildlife event is taking place on Sunday, March 20 at Martlesham Community Hall with talks and workshops starting at 10am till 1pm followed by lunch and a countryside walk from 2pm … Continue reading

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Maidenhall Orchard – another update

Here’s another brief update posted on Saturday, 5th March. This is what we have to work with! We met on Wednesday – about 4 of us, I think (I had to leave early, so I’m unsure exactly how many of … Continue reading

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Maidenhall Community Orchard

Just a brief update on what has happened so far. There are about nine of us who are fairly committed to this and we have decided to start with a sub of £10 to get the ball rolling. I signed … Continue reading

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