Round up of the week

The focus this week seems to be on announcements:

Tonight there is an opportunity to meet members of the Permaculture Association (and perhaps form a local permaculture group) from 7:30pm in the garden gallery of Farnham Museum in West St.

Tomorrow you have an opportunity to visit the FLFI’s new site at Runfold.

On Tuesday evening there will be an open meeting discussing the creation of a community play for Farnham.

Also on Tuesday, representatives of the three Transition Towns in Waverley will be meeting Lesley Harding, Manager of Surrey County Council’s Climate Change Team.

On Sunday 25 October we will be participating in the One World event at St Andrews Church.

On 17 November Woking Borough Council are holding a public debate discussing the impacts of climate change on Woking and surrounding areas for the next forty years.

If you’d like to find out in simple language what the climate change talks in Copenhagen are all about, click here.

If you want to tell your MP to do something simple and practical about climate change click here. (It will take you less than 2 minutes.)

And closer to home, if you’d like to tell Farnham Town Council what you care about, click here to take their “Future of Planning in Farnham” survey.

Finally, to read notes from our meeting on Monday, click here. Highlights included an exciting new initiative from the Transition Network called “Transition Together”, which hopefully we will get funding to launch in Farnham. We also discussed an organisation that is offering to fund one of us to work one day per week on Transition Farnham issues.

Next week’s meeting will be held at The Barn, 7:30pm.

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