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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Guided Farm Tour 2pm Saturday 27th September 2014 Rushmere-St-Andrew, East Ipswich Visit Suffolk’s First Community Supported Agriculture Farm! All welcome to join the tour. To join the tour costs a minimum donation (to our not for profit, social enterprise, farm) … Continue reading
Here’s a message from Susannah at the People’s Community Garden: Dear Supporters Please come to our plant fair at the People’s Community Garden on Friday 11 May, 1pm-4.30pm. Please help us by printing out and sticking up the poster, adding … Continue reading
The Community Orchard is coming on a treat. WE now meet at the Maidenhall Allotments IP2 8RE on the first Sunday and 3rd Wednesday of the month. We aim for 11am to 3pm. Follow signs and websites for the Peoples … Continue reading
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
There are just ten new places available on The Oak Tree Low Carbon Farm Community Supported Agriculture Scheme! To find out more visit our website. Help on the farm and enjoy very locally grown, low carbon, seasonal vegetables with this … Continue reading