Do you have a dream of living in an environmentally-friendly house?
Perhaps you would like to be involved in designing and building your own eco home? Are you interested in buying some land and working together with a group of people who also have this dream?
There are a few of us who have met through Transition Malvern Hills who share a dream of living simply and sustainably, leaving a small footprint on the Earth. If you also have this dream, I would like to hear from you. Please email Jan at [sf_email]email@example.com[/sf_email]
Friday 25th and Saturday 26th January.
Celebrate breakfast and wonderful locally produced food available in Ledbury.
See information on Ledbury Food Group website.
From Paraguay, the remarkable Landfill Harmonic all play instruments reclaimed/scrap made from the waste site where they live. Here’s a teaser for a full-length film coming soon.
(And an excuse to try embedding video on the revamped website.)
In case you don’t see a video just above, here’s a link to the film on Vimeo.
The Transition initiative for the communities in and around the Malvern Hills area is gathering pace. This website has ideas, information and action.
To get involved or see what is happening locally check the Events section, or read about/contact the Working Groups, where the practical action takes place.
Find out more
If you are new to the ideas behind transition, read our Introductory article, and also take a look at the Reference section for where it came from and how it is developing elsewhere.
Get in touch via our general contact form to join the mailing list or to send a message on anything. TMH also has a Facebook group, and there is a bunch of videos from events on YouTube.
Repair Cafe is about local people meeting in a social environment while repairing things together and receiving free expert advice and assistance. Come and join us and be inspired!
Saturday 1st December, 10 am to 2 pm
The Cube (previously the youth centre), Albert Road North, Malvern, WR14 2YF
Read more about the idea behind Repair Cafés.
See Events Calendar to check for latest Repair Cafe event.
From Guy Tomlinson:
I came across composting toilets at Grand Designs Live & soon as I can afford it, am looking to purchase a Separett Villa for all the ecological reasons. I wondered if other people in the Transition movement might also be interested in purchasing one for the same reasons?
If a few of us were interested, I’m sure I could negotiate a good discount ~ maybe 10% (or more depending on how many were being ordered) plus free delivery (if they were being delivered to one collection point in Malvern?).
If this is of any interest or you would like more information please contact Guy on 07986 102 404 by 30th November.