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Population and Climate Change: More Feet = More Emitters

Talk by David Hepper of Population Matters Thursday 24th January at 1900 in the Council Chamber of GBC Millmead Offices, Millmead, Guildford GU2 4BE. David comments on his talk “that in discussions of man-made climate change some commentators either make soothing … Continue reading

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Our SuperHome Retrofit for Energy Efficiency Talk by Dr Tom Lankester Wednesday 16th January 2019 7.30 – 9.30 pm at Alton Community Centre Amery Street, GU34 1HN When Tom and his wife bought their house in Farnham in 1997, they … Continue reading

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Re-inventing Transition in Farnham

Informal Lunch time chats at The Spire Cafe, South Street, through months of January and February. Where can Farnham go in the 2020s? How can the concept of transition and localisation be taken forward? How are they relevant to building … Continue reading

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Green Drinks – W(h)ither Transition?

Your invitation to Green Drinks with Transition Farnham, next Tuesday, 15th November, 7.30 pm The Albion, 1 Hale Rd. Hi all, W(h)ither Transition? Please come along to this month’s Green Drinks as we need to have a full discussion about … Continue reading

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Transition Newsletter – November 2016

November 2016 – Transition Network Newsletter Published on November 3, 2016 by Mike Grenville We open this month with review of an irony free film about Climate Change by the owner of a $200m yacht, an award for a film, … Continue reading

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CSA Network UK Open Day on Saturday 1 October

Visit a community supported farm near you Community supported farms across the South and South­East of England are opening their gates for the first ­ever CSA Network UK Open Day on Saturday 1 October. It’s a chance for the whole family to find out more about community supported agriculture (CSA), where the risks and rewards of farming are shared between farmers and members of the community. Click on the link below to read pdf with details of farms in SE: southeast_south_news_release_csanetworkukopenday_cb-docx

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Update on Community Hive project

Hive Project goes into Deep Freeze! There is much irony in a name, did we but know it. Sadly, three months into a major effort by Transition Town Farnham core group to secure use of a vacant retail premises in The Woolmead, East … Continue reading

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