Hello Folks, talk at the NHM on the 26th, climate march arrangements 29th Nov.
Talk at the NHM
An interesting talk is taking place on Thursday 26th November 19.00–20.00 at the Natural History Museum, Akeman Street.
Three types of earthworm are found in our soils – discover what they eat, what they do and how feeding worms helps to feed you. Suitable for adults Tickets £4.50, advance booking required.
The Natural History Museum at Tring The Walter Rothschild Building Akeman Street Tring HP23 6AP
Tel: 020 7942 6171 www.nhm.ac.uk/tring
Climate march 29th November
We'll be catching the 10.49am train from Tring station on Sunday, joining the other Transition Towns along the line then marching with the Transition bloc. The march assembles at Park Lane at 12.00, starting at 13.00.
We had a great time on the march last September, let's make this one even bigger and better!
Eco Fair and Seed Swap
Don't forget the Eco Fair and Seed Swap is taking place on Saturday 27th February 2016. Please email if you would be able to help for a couple of hours on the day as we'd be grateful for a few more helpers. It's always a fun day to be involved with! Many thanks.
If you are a stallholder and haven't returned your form yet, please could you do so, we are trying to confirm numbers. Many thanks.
Also, if you have some saved seeds for 'Seedy Saturday' please contact email@example.com to arrange for collection.
Energy Source Switching
The Co-op now allows you to choose your renewable energy source for electricity, where it comes from and how far away! See this website for more information http://www.cooperativeenergyhub.co.uk/
Transition Town Berkhamsted
Grand Designs "Living in the Computer-Cut House"
A talk will be given by local residents Celia Brackenridge and Diana Woodward who live in a property that made building history and featured in Channel 4’s “Grand Designs”. Besides being a revolutionary approach to building, the 'Computer-Cut House was also designed to be completely sustainable with nil energy bills. More details in attachment.
8pm, Thursday 12th November. Grand Hall, Town Hall, Berkhamsted.
Third Thursday of the month, next one19th November , 8pm at HERE Cafe, Berkhamsted. All welcome!
Transition St Albans
St Albans is having it's first Sustainable St Albans week 21-28 November and there are over 100 events taking place, from film showings to walks, talks, food, & crafts. See http://sustainablestalbans.org/
Transition Milton Keynes - Communicating about Climate Change - A talk and Q&A with George Marshall
George Marshall is coming to Milton Keynes to give a talk about his ideas and copies of his book. 'Don't even think about it - why our brains are wired to avoid climate change' will be available for sale & signing.
Friday 20th November, 7.30 - 9pm
St Pauls School, Phoenix Drive, Leadenhall, MK6 5EN
Tickets are £5 on the door, or £4 with a pre-booked ticket (in both instances please pay on the door as we cannot accept online payment).