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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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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Transition Belsize (London): Energy event/discussion

As part of their ‘Eco Week’, Transition Town Belsize in Lo...

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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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Calling all faith practitioners

Do you practise a faith? Whether you’re a Buddhist, Christian, Musli...

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Inclusion in Transition

What can we do to become more inclusive? This is a question that we at...

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Diversity project: From training to action

The Bringing Diversity Pilot Project, run by Transition Network, is ai...

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Capacity global faith toolkit

This is a useful pack containing a range of resources for use by faith...

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London Edible Estates Competition

Capital Growth aims to help Londoners transform the capital by creatin...

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Bring Eco Theatre to a hall near you

Moving sounds, the environmental arts group, has launched its new eco-...

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Interfaith and Beliefs Conversation Day in Scotland

Would you be interested to gather with a few other people from faith a...

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Transition Towns Conference 2010: The Automatic Earth Stoneleigh Lecture on the Financial Crisis

Amelia Gregory has written a wonderful piece about the Stoneleigh lect...

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New video from Stroudco Food Hub in UK

Stroud has always been a pioneering community. They were one of the ve...

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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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Transition Together project results

The Transition Town Totnes group have been up to all sorts. As well as...

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2050 pathways analysis call for evidence

The Department of Energy and Climate Change has just released its R...

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Beyond the Tipping Point film

Beyond The Tipping Point is a new and interesting looking film that is...

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Funding from Scottish Green Energy Trust

The Scottish Power Green Energy Trust (UK) have funding for community ...

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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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Caves, Railway Carriages, and the Most Beautiful Georgian Town in Worcestershire July 26th (Day 120)

 I leave Stourbridge accompanied by Pam and Tails the cat; amused tha...

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Suffolk Digest The Transition Conference

Last month  eight Suffolk initatives and 1 Norfolk (Diss) came togeth...

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Bees in Transition

 Recently bees have been disappearing in their millions, affecting no...

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Volunteer film makers available

We have been in touch with The Media Trust, who ‘work with chari...

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Sunrise Festival write up

Summer in the UK means festivals. To many people (and promoted in the ...

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Out and About Around Stourbridge July 24th (Day 118)

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Butterflies and Glass Cones 25th July (Day 119)

        Pam takes me back along the canal to see Stourbridge...

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Engaging local business with 9carrots

If you are interested in working with your local businesses, and haven...

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A poem for Transition

Thanks to David Passingham of Transition Shipston for forwarding this ...

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Diverse Routes To Belonging

Diverse Routes To Belonging John McIntyre Conference Centre, Edinburgh...

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Schools Out (Day 117) July 23rd

Naomi and Seren accompany me along the railway path through Smestow N...

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Day 113 A Very Beautiful Town – Food for the Soul

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From the Shrop to the Stafford Shire (Day 114) July 20th

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Wolverhampton Wonders – Out Of Darkness Cometh Light July 21-22nd (Days 115-116)

I chose Wolverhampton as a staging post on my route very early on in m...

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Telford’s Legacy (Day 111) July 17th

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The First Blackberry (Day 112) July 17th

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Navigation changes

Further to much reflection, analysis of website usage metrics, discuss...

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Portrait pattern of an initiative

Our Rob has been very busy thinking about the next Transition Handbook...

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People Powered Renewable Co-op

 If you are one of those people who want to go renewable, but are not...

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Day 107 A Community Owned Village Shop and a Visitor from the Wirral July 13th

After a good breakfast cooked by Richard Clegg of the Wall Hill farm g...

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Day 108 More Wyches July 14th

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Day 109 St Swithin’s Day, or the Lost Tale of the 15th July

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