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Saltash Unleash! (Day 170) September 15th

  In the morning whilst I answer endless e mails Rian and Louise mak...

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A Threat to Burn the Koran and the Role of the Transition Movement

The following is Tina Clarke‘s reflections on the recent threat ...

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The Trouble with Land Is They Stopped Making it Ages Ago* (day 168) September 13th

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The Curse of The South West (Day 169) September 14th

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Tales from a Weekend with my Folks (days 166-167) September 11th-12th

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New password request bug

If you are having problems with your request for a new password, pleas...

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Twitter sharing lessons learned

If you’re interested in the web you can’t have missed Twit...

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And the Road Turns East (Day 166) September 10TH

 Anne Marie and I leave bright and early to head south to Lerryn, and...

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The Fairest of Small Cities (Day 163) September 7th

Lostwithiel, one of my favourite places in all Cornwall, has a resilie...

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Tales from a Tail of Wooded Land (Days 164-165) September 8th -9th

Day 164 A Sense of Place I look, over breakfast,  at the CommonSense ...

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Damsons for Dessert, for Breakfast, and from Jam into Juice (Day 161) September 5th

I have a lovely start to my morning talking to my partner in a lazy Su...

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As Far West As This Journey Takes Me (Day 162) September 6th

 Georgiana and I leave Liskeard in the pouring rain, which doesn’t ...

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Friends Across the Border (Day 160) September 4th

We walk down to the centre of Tavistock where there is to be a communi...

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Crossing Dartmoor – the Pedlar and the Soldier (Days 158-159) September 2nd – 3rd

  It’s All About The Feet (Chagford- Bellever) What an un...

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1st September (Day 157) A Day in a Dartmoor Wool Town

I spend the morning writing up and posting my latest blogs and working...

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System emails from August – not working

Following some discussions on why the site’s email alerts and co...

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Where the Spirit of Place Has a Strong Intention (Days 153-154) August 28-29th

I awaken early from my mattress on the floor of the yurt which I share...

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Breakfast Stories and Blazing Hot Bank Holiday Walking (Day 155) 30th August

   I awaken early and go off to eat an early breakfast, planning to...

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“If Nature Is Your Teacher Your Soul Will Awaken” (Day 156) August 31st

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Guest post: “Big Society – small state?”

Guest posting from Jules Peck As many of us struggle to get to grips w...

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Genius Loci (Day 151) August 26th

I say good bye to my lovely hosts in Cullompton and backtrack slightly...

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A Tale of Two Shops (Day 152) August 27th

After spending the morning, finally, after what seemed like several da...

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Adding your ‘partner event’ to this site

Please add details about your organisation’s events to this site...

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A Land Full of Waterways (Day 148) August 23rd

I wake up to a beautiful sunny day and Lokabandhu and I exchange memor...

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August 24th (Day 149) A Very Special Town on the River Tone

Val walks with me on to the start of the Bridgwater and Taunton Canal ...

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August 25th (day 150) Crossing the Devon Border

Today I crossed the Devon border; it was a good feeling, though it has...

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Day 147 Peace to This Place (August 22nd)

 Peace to this Place The old Somerset blessing I find written on one ...

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Security is Not the Things We Have, But the Things We Can Live Without (Day 146) August 21st

I wake up cosy in Mark’s little white caravan and read the wise word...

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When Everybody Does A Little… (Day 145) August 20th

As I walk along the lanes heading westwards away from Bradford I recal...

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(Days 142- 144) August 17th-19th On the Banks of the Avon

(Day 142) Fruit, Veg, and Sunshine; in Abundance. I have a lovely lazy...

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There is Something You Can Do Better than Any Other (Day 141) August 16th

I start my day late after a much needed lie in and finally come downst...

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Where Three Shires Meet (Day 139) August 14th

Fiona and I are up early for I have a long walk in front of me today. ...

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From Bodger’s Wood to Farmer’s Market Garden (Day 140) August 15th

 I wake in my little chalet in the woods and come outside to marvel a...

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Stroud Life (Day 138) August 13th

 We’re up bright and early as Clare and Paul are off away on holida...

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Stroud – A Town ‘Twixt Five Valleys (Days 136-137) August 11th -12th

  There Will Be No Return To Business As Usual   (Day 136) I spend...

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Being in Gloucestershire (Day 135) August 10th

I wake up fuzzy and feeling like I have lost something, and pretty soo...

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Once Upon a Town Three Transition Initiatives Met… (Day 132) August 7th

I talk to Glen Powell, my host at Tan House Farm, over breakfast and l...

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Within Sight of May Hill (Day 133) August 8th

The morning starts late for me after a quiet time writing up my blog i...

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The Road to Gloucester (Day 134) August 9th

The morning starts with a wonderful breakfast of muesli, seeds, nuts, ...

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Of Song, Wild Raspberries, and Abbey Dore (Day 131) August 6th

I leave Hay on Wye reluctantly; it has much the same pull on me as my ...

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Once Upon A Tree, in Dragon’s Orchard (Day 126) August 1st

Once there was an orchard, which had been in the same family for 80 ye...

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Journeying toward the Welsh Border (Day 127) August 2nd

I leave Breinton and head west for Hay on Wye; it is a long 20 mile wa...

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Tales from The Welsh Borders (Days 128-130) August 3rd – 5th

 Day 128   A Lammas Fire In the morning I meet Ernie the gardener a...

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Twibbons

Chris Wells from TT Kensal to Kilburn has put together a proposed desi...

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Sharing the Transition Towns Twitter identity

From Saturday 7th August to Wednesday 25th August, the Transition Town...

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Conference 2010 write up by Amelia Gregory

Amelia Gregory, of Amelia’s Magazine fame, has been a stalwart s...

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People Make Transition Happen (Day 122) July 28th

UPDATE – since I posted this blog, John Nicklin has created a...

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The Malvern Hills (Days 123-124) July 29th & 30th

   Part One     More Malvern Tales I wake up in Lower House Farm...

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Tolkein’s Country (Day 125) July 31st

Today begins by getting up and going to Green and Away to speak at thi...

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Adding yourself to the speakers and facilitators directories

This is an illustrated guide explaining how to add yourself to the Spe...

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If you have a garden, and a library, and a dome, you have everything you need. (Day 121) July 27th

As I leave Janice and Ken’s house to go to Bishopswood with John I n...

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