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December 13, 2018

Local Transition:

Potato Day 2019 -

Tuesday, May 22, 2018

Fracking in Lancashire – is it safe? -

Sunday, January 14, 2018

Where can I Charge my Electric Car in Lancaster? -

Sunday, January 14, 2018

Dynamo Cycle Campaign -

Sunday, February 26, 2017

Potato Day 28 Jan POSTER -

Saturday, January 7, 2017

New Year’s Day walk -

Saturday, December 31, 2016

Potato Day Sat 28 Jan 2017 -

Monday, November 28, 2016

Sewing Cafe Saturday 27th November -

Tuesday, November 22, 2016

Caring for our Common Home

Pam Martin will be giving a talk on Sunday, 18th November at 12 noon at Christchurch Church Hall entitled “Caring for our Common Home”. Pam is a Christian who is passionate about encouraging the church to acknowledge and accept responsibility for God’s creation. She is also an Assessor for the Eco Church, which is A Rocha UK‘s award scheme for England and Wales. The Church Hall is round the back of the church so do please feel free to come along and join us, no matter whether you are a regular member of our congregation or not.

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TCL Food Group

The Transition City food group is alive and well – we have been meeting monthly for a good while and many local foodie projects popped up their seed leaves within the group – going on to become healthy plants and projects in their own right. We currently have three main project – a community fruit tree nursery – growing and grafting trees and bushes to give to community orchards;    the seed library – which you will find in the central library and . . . most historically . . Potato Day – every January where we sell sack of organic…

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Where can I Charge my Electric Car in Lancaster?

The Launch Event for the Charge My Street Share Offer WHERE: Inside Ashton Memorial Building, Williamson Park WHEN : Saturday 24th Feb 11:30am – 1:30pm BOOKING : Free but limited to 40 places Visit to register Leading the Charge for a cleaner, greener Lancaster in 2018. Charge my Street is a new social enterpise bringing community owned Electric Vehicle Charging points to neighbourhoods in Lancaster and Cumbria in 2018. The launch event will explain more about our plans and how you can invest in a local charging point for your area. If you would like to drive an electric…

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Lancaster’s Harvest Market

Lancaster’s Harvest Market will be on Friday 1st September between 10:00 – 17:00 in Lancaster’s Market Square. Celebrate the Harvest with local food and drink, local crafts and live music. We will bring local farmers, food businesses, community art and food projects into the heart of Lancaster. Come and join us! Confirmed stalls include: – The Fig Tree: locally made bean to bar chocolate  – The Firebird: wood fired and seasonal pizzas. – Simply Country and Co: local cheese and puddings. – Claver Hill food project: no dig local veg – The Land Workers’ Alliance – Bowland Smoke House: variety…

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Non Violent Communication in a Violent Age

Several of those involved in TCL received sponsorship to take part in a two-day NVC Training Course recently. This was held by Sarah Ludford at the excellent space of Halton Mill. NVC was developed by Marshall Rosenberg, who you can see on the video with this post, explaining his work for peace in refugee camps and violent hot-spots throughout the world To say our course with Sarah was a highpoint of the year for all those who took part is no exaggeration because, by the end of it, we were all feeling high on the energy that communicating in a…

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Lancaster People’s Cafe

Lancaster People’s Café is run entirely by volunteers.   It is a dynamic project that focuses on social inclusion, the food system and creation of community.  The project offers fantastic opportunities to get involved in something meaningful and practical that will make a real change in our city.  LPC is relatively new and they need more people to get on board now, to share their thoughts and shape the way the project evolves. They use intercepted food to provide meals, cakes and drinks on a pay as you feel basis They launched in September 2015 with a fundraising café event shortly…

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