Tuesday, 26 May 2015

Summer TCE events


Green on the Screen Special 
'Grasp the Nettle' 

During Crouch End Festival

Mon 8th June 2015

 Earl Haig Hall, Elder Ave N8

Doors open 6.30pm
Food & drink will be available for purchase in the main bar.

The grassroots documentary on land rights, explores activism and protest in Austerity Britain. The Guardian reviewed it as "A powerful film" and asked.. 
"Is something deeply wrong with our conventional democracy, when it simply cannot tolerate grassroots efforts to create self-reliant alternatives? 
Alternatives that oppose the state's and corporations' ill-conceived decisions to doom us all to environmental catastrophe?" 


Other Events coming up

Concerned @ Climate Change? 
Climate Change Catch Up
Mon 1st June 7.30pm

There is a crucial national Climate Coalition lobby of Parliament on Weds 17th June. We aim to have a large number of our community coming along to insist that the government plays a constructive role at the UN climate summit in Paris in December, to put pressure on the biggest nations to cut their emissions.
Our jointly held Climate Change Hustings was very well attended, now local environmental campaigners and groups invite you to join us on 1st June to discuss and share our collective positive strategies around Climate Change and the 17th June lobby and our future..
7.30pm at Earl Haig Hall, Elder Ave N8 9TH

Sunday 7th June
Transition Tour of Growing Spaces & 'Big Lunch'11.30-1.30pm

 We begin by visiting our Ktchen Tyre Garden at Hornsey Vale Community Centre, Mayfield Rd N8 and hear about the 'Story of Oil'. We then move on to the Meadow Orchard Project and finish at the Priory Common Orchard for a shared 'Big Lunch' in this urban forest garden at 1pm. Free 'pick your own' salads to harvest and music from our fabulous accoustic singer and musician, Stacey Cohen.

Weds 10th June
5.30- 8.30pm
Presentation & Ceremonial Gathering at Meadow Orchard with environmental author Alexandros 'Sun Eagle'

Hear about his experiences living in the wilderness with 40 strangers with no technology as off grid and no contact with 'civilisation'. Meadow Orchard is behind the Hornsey Health Centre car Park, 151 Park Rd, N8.
Entry fee £5-12 sliding scale.

 Transition Crouch End news & events are announced 'live' at Green on the Screen nights. Find us..
www. TransitionCrouchEnd.org.uk for newsletter and initiatives listings
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