Collaboratively our actions are practical, positive and local.
Get Growing!Knowing thru Growing Weekly Low Maintenance Gardening and seasonal community celebrations. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Meadow Orchard Project. Regular growing sessions at our community orchard behind the health centre on Park Rd. http://shepherdscothealinggarden.ning.com
Food from the Sky Regular growing sessions up on the roof of Budgens. http://foodfromthesky.org.uk
Other Growing Spaces: Harold Rd - community garden, Plot 21- community allotment, Naturewise Forest Garden, Priory Common Orchard and Hornsey Vale Tyre Garden - details from news12a@TransitionCrouchEnd.org.uk
Get Connected!Green on the Screen...1st weds of the month films on sustainability, environmental issues and all things green at Moors Bar, 57 Park Rd N8. A great night of film, food and discussion. Next film details http://v.gd/gots35
Urban Harvest…Free Food Foraging walks and workshops third Saturday of the month www.urbanharvest.org.uk
Community Supported Agriculture...seasonal farm camps and more..
Food Cycle-love food hate waste? See what’s cooking at the weekly community Food cycle café, serving great meals made from surplus food, Fridays 12-2pm, Station House, Ferme Pk Rd. www.foodcycle.org.uk
Barboot-7.30-10.30pm 1st Friday of each month , the Haberdashery Cafe, Middle Lane & www.mooorsbar.com, turns into a colourful and kaleidoscopic bazaar with community artists, craftspeople and vintage sellers. 3rd Friday of each month musicians perform ' Three Songs' each, proceeds to a local cause.
Bon Croissant Cafe Monthly Community Music Jam. 85 Weston Park. All levels of music skills welcome. Monthly Saturday afternoons (next one soon). Facilitated by local musicians Mary Hogan & Peter Budge. Email: email@example.com
Hornsey Vale Community Centre (HVCA)A busy hub in the heart of our community with something for everyone. Home of our Tyre Garden and Recycled tabletop sales www.hornseyvale.org/
Hearthland Off grid green tours, seasonal earth celebrations, off grid cooking, green wood working and other low impact reskilling to renew and re-root our connection to the land for our and future generations ‘hearth’ and well being firstname.lastname@example.org
Community Acupuncture Tues eves 5.30-8.30 @ Hornsey Vale Community Centre. run by Gemma - call in or Email: email@example.com
Community Choir...singing songs of resilience, midday Thursdays at Union Church
Get Crafty!Mosaic making with recycled materials: 1st Sunday of the month, also @ Hornsey Vale Community Centre. www.thirdrock.moonfruit.com
Knit Cafe – Unlibrary at Hornsey Library on Saturdays, now also at Stroud Green Library.
Get Building!Eco building- cob, straw bale, rammed earth, timber and lime rendering at the Meadow Orchard Project. http://shepherdscothealinggarden.ning.com
Draughtbusting (when demand arises) . Coming up... Home energy initiatives....Tool Library (looking for a coordinator to set up with our donated tools as well as swaps). Contact Transition Crouch End (news12a@TransitionCrouchEnd.org.uk) for more information and to get involved.
Get Loaded!NLLETS We are a member of the local exchange and trading scheme & have now joined Haringey Timebank…other ideas for boosting our local economy welcomed.
3rd October 'Transition 2.0' Green on the Screen, Moors Bar http://v.gd/gots35
20th October ‘Apple Day’ at Hornsey Vale Community Centre (2-5pm).
27th October Dark Walk to the Fire - off grid tour of growing sites and procession.
7th November 'Bonsai People' Green on the Screen, Moors Bar http://v.gd/gots35
5th December ‘Crouch End in Shorts’ with ‘Green Santa and Present promises’ and short films of our community in transition, building community resilience sustainably.
Transition Crouch End - annual end of year celebration! Get those cameras rolling! Email to notify us you are including a video!
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