Wirksworth Transition monthly newsletter keeps you up to date.
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This issue includes the Annual Gathering on 15 November, the Parish Rooms funding application, Haarlem Artspace talks, our Energy & Housing Group and the next bi-monthly Open Meeting in January. Transition Wirksworth Annual Gathering Come to our Annual Gathering on 15 November at 7pm in Wirksworth Memorial Hall. Bring finger foods to share!
This newsletter includes items on the Re-wilding talk, activism against fracking, recycling in Wirksworth, a Transition Network survey, the Transition Regional Network project, setting up a Renewables company in North Derbyshire, and APPLES! Wolves in Wirksworth? You may already have seen Moira Knowles’ visionary poster around town, but just to remind you – please come… Read more »
You are invited to the Quakers’ Green Day on Saturday 7 October from 10.30 am to 4.30 pm at the Friends Meeting House, Chapel Lane, Bakewell. See how local Quakers take positive action for the planet Bakewell’s contribution to Quaker Outreach Week – a national event.
Open Meeting coming up The next bi-monthly Open Meeting will be on Friday 15 September at the Eco Centre on Porter Lane. It will be from 6pm to 7.30, and we will welcome Robin Stokes, from Traidlinks, who is coming for an hour to talk about the traders’ campaign on Shop Locally in Wirksworth, and… Read more »
Thanks to an initiative by the Wirksworth Transition Recycling & Waste Group, two re-charging points for electric cars will be installed at the Co-op this week, on Wednesday, 16th August.
This consultation is relevant to Transition Wirksworth because the plan being proposed will make it necessary for everyone to travel further for many health services – whereas Transitioners point out that it’s important for services to be as local as possible. It’s also important for all of us in Wirksworth.
Highlights from our Open Meeting on 19 May 2017 We agreed to add a strapline to our name, so we are now called: Transition Wirksworth – For a Sustainable Future
Exploring ways to feel empowered in a changing world We are all deeply concerned at the backward steps our government has been taking on the environment and fracking, and many of us are also reeling from the election of Donald Trump as president of the USA. What he stands for threatens our efforts to make… Read more »
TW AUTUMN NEWSLETTER 2016 “Exploring ways to feel empowered in a changing world” Editorial by Glennie Kindred What is a Transition Town? I am often asked and find it hard to define it in a few words……. The very best place to see what the Transition Town movement is all about is the website of… Read more »