Not much growing in the community garden. Is not a great comment, but it highlights perhaps peoples expectation of ‘fast food’ fresh veg, as in the supermarkets or ‘Instant Gardens' as seen on TV,We actually have plenty in the community garden, 3 fruit bushes, as well as gooseberries, perennial onions and more.Herbs that can be… Continue reading Not much growing in the community garden
Slow Ways Creates joined Transiton Towns Map
Get walking! The lovely folks at Slow Ways have put together a map and routes linking up Transition Towns and Groups across Scotland, Wales and England - maybe you can help them by reviewing, surveying or verifying a route? https://beta.slowways.org/user/waylist/transition-towns-and-groups/9483 Waylist Page for Transition Towns and Groups connected by Slow Ways https://beta.slowways.org/user/waylist/transition-towns-and-groups/9483 … Continue reading Slow Ways Creates joined Transiton Towns Map
We’re adding new pages
During the next few months we’ll be adding more pages to our website, to support & promoted new projects happening in and around Telford, including Plastic Free, Pesticide Free Awareness and new Travel & Transport pages.#transitiontogether
Some fantastic news – Wellington Green Festival
Some fantastic news, and we’re proud to be part of this great upcoming event
Thoughts on the recent United Nation’s climate change report.
Guest BlogAll acknowledgements www.carbonchoices.ukRead my thoughts on the recent United Nation’s climate change report. The UN’s International Panel on Climate Change has published its ‘2023 Synthesis Report’. It summarises the state of the climate and our actions to address climate change. It is a clear read, written in stark language. My thoughts in this blog… Continue reading Thoughts on the recent United Nation’s climate change report.