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Permaculture In Brighton

Forest Garden Network – May 2012, we visited three projects in Brighton, guided by Compost John (John Horsfield). The first of these was Moulsecoomb Forest Garden  Last but not least was a fantastic example of a community food project and forest garden at Whitehawk Community Food Project        

Bolton Alternative Transport – Community Good Life Fair – Sat 15th June

Poster goodlife – A4 web1 Bolton Alternative Transport Bicycle recycling scheme ,good quality bikes,training ,repair and spares 65 Knowsley St Bolton BL1 2AS . 07851936640     open 9 till 5  Tues,Thurs Friday and Saturday   Bike Doctor service at the Community Good Life Fair on Sat 15th June   Time: from 11am to 4pm [...]

Philips Park Eco Fair – Sun 26th May 2013

POSTER  Prestwichecofair1 Incredible Edible Prestwich & District Invite you to their Eco Fair at Philips Park Prestwich Sunday 26th May from 12- 4pm Children’s games, craft demo’s, gardening advice, plant sales, Dr Bike, wildflower & foraging & refreshments. For more info see poster.

Sustainable living – 3 day residential near Lancaster 6-8 November

John Daly LFC Sustainability Poster A4   WEA 3 day residential near Lancaster 6-8 November – free to eligible learners on income related benefits

Backsbottom Farm visit with Horwich Harvest

Friday 13th April 2012 Five volunteers from Horwich Harvest made a trip to Lancaster (Wray) to visit Backsbottom Farm and The Middlewood Trust. Here are a few photo’s and notes to help remember a few snippits from the vast amount of knowledge that was shared by Rod Everett.               [...]

A Sustainable Vision for Bolton – 2012-2026

At a recent Transition Town event held on 11 Feb 2012 local people got together and asked themselves.. “What will Bolton Look like in 14 years time – and how will we get there?”   The 14 year view matches Bolton Councils 14 year ‘core strategy and local development framework vision’ for the town. To [...]

From Davos to Bolton and every place on earth – there is a new way of banking on it’s way

keenly supported by Bristol City Council there is an idea that keeps money in the community. The Local pound. Local currencies are being discussed – from Davos to Bolton Here is what they have to say at Davos 2012 about local business and The Local Pound . The Bristol Pound, the first city-wide complementary currency [...]

Bumper 2011 Grain Harvest Fails to Rebuild Global Stocks

History of the wheelbarrow – Podcast

The Bristol Pound – that’s right a city or town can have it’s own money