SCREENING OF “PROJECT WILD THING”
Don’t miss the special screening of PROJECT WILD THING at the Waterman’s Centre this coming Saturday 9th November at 2pm
You are invited to come and join us as we begin the rousing work of spring at Syon Lane Community Allotment. We have a huge variety of wierd and wonderfull seeds to try out this year, and we will be sowing into small pots and filling up the greenhouse and polytunnel to birsting point. There will be outdoor sowing happenning in the market garden too, but please feel free to come and join us just for a cup of tea and to enjoy the garden. We’ll arrange a communal meal for everyone at around 2pm. Everything is free of charge. Visit www.syonlane.wordpress.com for more information and directions.
As our Brentford group seems a little inactive at present, I will continue to post Chiswick and other news from time to time. For other areas, see the links to other local groups in the right hand column.
Chiswick’s October newsletter here.
Posted in Communication, Events, Food, food production
Tagged Abundance, apples, Chiswick, community gardens, Ealing, education, environment, Events, film, food, meetings, Permaculture, seeds, veg, wildlife, workshops
See the Chiswick Transition newsletter for September: here
Reminders from Chiswick for these and other events in Chiswick, Hounslow and Ealing and Film showing Wed 19th September here.
Catch up on the ‘True Levellers’ at Runnymede Eco-village here: http://diggers2012.wordpress.com/
and with additional film at http://bambuser.com/v/2951829
Posted in Communication, Events, Training
Tagged activism, Chiswick, community gardens, Ealing, education, Events, film, tree-planting, workshops
Whilst their is a period of seasonal quiet in Brentford, see the Events page and Chiswick page for current activities at Syon Lane, Chiswick and Runnymede. See also the websites for Transition Heathrow and Transition Ealing (below right column).
(Click on the image above for conference details and get the latest Transition Network Newsletter here: http://www.transitionnetwork.org/news/2012-08-03/august-2012-transition-network-newsletter )
Received from Kate Meakin of sustrans – please mail out to anyone in Hounslow who might be interested!
Would you be able to include details of the below in your next mail out to the group? I thought it was the type of thing that would interest some transitioners.
Thanks for your help
Become an active travel champion! We are looking for people in Hounslow who love cycling or walking and would like to help others become more active.
Champions give advice about walking and cycling and organise or support walking and cycling activities in their local community, workplace, university or school. They are given a full training programme and resources to enable them to do this and receive support from a Volunteer Coordinator.
Champion volunteer activities are very flexible and it’s up to the champion about what they do. There are no entry requirements you just need to be an active person (or want to get active) and be enthusiastic about cycling or walking. Hounslow champion efforts are awarded with gold, silver and bronze certificates and gift vouchers as a small token to recognise the effort that
volunteers put it.
Be part of London 2012. The Active travel champions project is one of the outstanding projects granted the London 2012 Inspire mark, the badge of the London 2012 Inspire programme which recognises exceptional and innovative projects inspired by the 2012 Games.
The first Hounslow induction will take place in Brentford on Tuesday 3rd July, 6pm – 8:30pm. For more details or to apply contact Kate on 0207 780 7201, firstname.lastname@example.org 
Website: https://champions.sustrans.org.uk 
Just a copy/paste from Chiswick to spread the word – your opportunity to see Transition 2 film:
Chiswick Transitioners will be meeting on Thursday 24th May at Acton, Green Church Hall, Cunnington Street London W4 5ER at 7.30pm.
We will be planning 2 new projects to implement locally and need your help and enthusiasm. Whatever your skills you are welcome to come along and get involved.
Looking forward to seeing you on Thursday!
Diane, Anna, Jon and Daniel
Transition News Ealing and Film
Sunday 27th May: Ealing Transition are showing Transition 2.0 7.30pm and then having their AGM
Monday 28th May 7.30pm: Ealing Transition are hosting a talk entitled ‘Nature Deficit’ – by Matthew Firth, deputy director of London Wildlife Trust.
For more details please see: http://chiswicktransition.us2.list-manage2.com/track/click?u=203412da2d3708ddafe50c06e&id=5bcf6416cd&e=837676cefe
(If that link breaks, copy and paste the whole thing or just go to the Ealing website at http://www.ealingtransition.org.uk/ )
No, not the weedkiller. For an idea of what’s happening in the Transition world, around the world and locally, it’s worth looking over our ‘backpages’ and the (local) links in the column to the right to find out.
See here for the latest Transition Network Newsletter. That led me also to this Transition Streets initiative which looks really interesting. For Heathrow, Chiswick, Ealing and other local groups, see the links in the column to the right.
In Brentford, there’s always something happening at Syon Lane but to keep us all informed of other events and actvities locally, it would help if some more of you could contribute that news to this website. Do it please! (See also our Food page and similar pages under ‘Take Action’ above). (And ‘here’, in Spain, it continues to rain without a break – for news of Transitions in Spain, see the Transition Newsletter above)
Posted in Communication, Events, Food, Website
Tagged activism, communication, community gardens, Events, food, Heathrow, streets, website
Naomi Chadwick has asked us to bring her paper on transport in London and pedestrianisation from 15 years ago to the attention of all Brentford ‘transitioners’.
You can find it here: http://mondodesigno.com/london.html (and if you later click on the ‘Back to the contents page’ link at the foot of that page you will also find other items of interest).
Naomi has also offered to give a talk or presentation on this topic. Please consider this and let us have your feedback by leaving a reply/adding a comment below.