WED | 10:30 | WORKSHOP
Make a Buzz for Bees!
Start: Wednesday 19 February – 10:30
Estimated End: Wednesday 19 February – 12:30
Running time: 2 hours
Suitable for ages: 4-16+
Adults and children, join us to find out how to make your neighbourhood bee-friendly by finding out more about the bees in your garden. Collect some bee-friendly seeds, listen to experts, decorate “bee” cupcakes, colour in posters, watch the film “More than Honey”, all to help save our fuzzy friends!
Children must be accompanied by an adult.
via Events Calendar | What’s On? | Farnham Maltings.
Daniel Rubio has been experimenting with Aquaponics and is coming to Farnham to tell us what he’s been up to. We meet at The Barn for our monthly Green Drinks at 19:30 on the 15th Jan 2014, with vegetarian meal optional.
See the poster with directions here > Green Drinks – aquaponics
The new edition of Transition Free Press is now available in Farnham. An excellent new issue, 24 pages of inspiring stories about creative new projects and responses to the challenge of transition. Very good value for only £1.00!
Subscription forms are available from The Barn, central Farnham, where there is a cafe copy of the latest edition to peruse. I am trying to build up a base of 25 subscribers in Farnham, Guildford, Woking, Godalming and Haslemere to cover costs for a quarterly purchase of 250 copies. For every copy sold each transition town group gets a free copy to sell on or give away. If you can help build up the circulation, please contact me.
For current subscribers in Farnham, your copies are available for collection at The Barn now. Please ask at the bar.
Rather than fill this blog site with copies of the monthly Transition Network Newsletter, it would make things simpler if I just posted a web link to www.transitionnetwork.org
I’ll happily post a reminder each month . So here is the link to this month’s edition of the newsletter https://www.transitionnetwork.org/news/2013-12-05/december-2013-transition-network-newsletter
I do recommend a look at the homepage of www.transitionnetwork.org The website is about much more than just the newsletter. It is the online platform for an organisation that supports and resources local transition initiatives throughout the UK. There really is masses of helpful stuff to explore. I particularly like the work they’ve done with the infographic: the Why? What? How? Where? Do! of transition.
On the right hand column you’ll find a sign up for the newsletter button. Press it! That way you’ll have the newsletter direct.