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Danielle Cohen, Tuesday, 15 November 2011 23:35
First open space planning took place on Sun 13th Nov. Next one Sat 26th Nov 10am - if you're interested in helping plan the event please come! See events for RSVP details. Anna, Roma, Abi, Danielle & Kate had a good discussion about how we see Transition Town Stoke Newington. Common themes were the need to address global warming and peak oil, to feel that we personally can act to do something about these issues, and to do so with the support of, and in collaboration with, others in our local area. We agreed that it would be great to hold a second open space day as Transition Town Stoke Newington with the purpose of: •Renewing the sense of purpose of those already actively involved in TTSN; •Encouraging and enabling more people to participate actively; •Starting new projects, bringing people together to pursue the actions they want to take together. We thought that one possible question for discussion that might lead us to those outcomes was: A better Stoke Newington: how can we make it happen now? We suggested Saturday the 4th of February as a possible date. Venue possibilities included Stoke Newington Town Hall, Stoke Newington Library, Abney Hall. This will be a TT Stoke Newington event, though we’d really like people from Transition Hackney to come and participate and add suggestions. Anna will liaise. We will have the next planning meeting on Saturday 26th November, at Danielle’s house. Tasks we need to allocate are: •Venue search •Designing a flyer •Liaising with other local groups •Comms in general •Refreshments •Children’s activity/crèche.
Rosanna Schura, Sunday, 28 November 2010 09:15
Looking forward to THE BIG SING winter celebration on Sunday 19th Dec at the George Downing Estate Community Centre. More details soon... start practising your carol singin!!
anne_c, Wednesday, 06 October 2010 16:58
FREE - ALL WELCOME Sunday 10/10/10 Join thousands of people from across the globe in the largest single day of carbon-cutting action in the planet’s history. From tree planting in Uganda to plans to get every bicycle on the road in Auckland, New Zealand, over 7,000 events are expected to take place in 180 countries. Green Sundays will be THE Hackney event to find out how you can your personal carbon. The afternoon session will be at the Dalston Eastern Curve Garden with free, fun and informative workshops. Then its onto Arcola’s new home on Ashwin Street, where there will be a screening of feature length film ‘No Impact Man’. The film is followed by live music hosted by Shane Solanki - Last Mango in Paris and performances. Dalston Eastern Curve Garden, Dalston Lane. Entrance via the wooden gate by the peace mural, opposite Dalston Junction overground station. Arcola Ashwin Street (near Café Otto), 24 Ashwin Street, London, E8 3DL Check out the www.greensundays.org.uk for full programme and directions.
Rosanna Schura, Tuesday, 21 September 2010 09:21
Jamie, Ellen and I had a great time at Stokey Funday handing out info about TTSN and making kites with the kids. We now have a pretty reliable kite making kit and also some TTSN card bunting if anyone needs it for events.