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Transition Town news: November

For those of you who aren’t familiar with Transition Town Hastings: the group was established to respond to the challenges of climate change, over-dependence on fossil fuels and economic instability; to support affiliated groups; to provide practical examples of sustainable living; to promote knowledge-sharing, raise awareness and encourage community participation and well-being. It is an unincorporated, non political organisation relying on a committed group of volunteers. Please scroll down to read news for November from the TTH network of affiliated groups.

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Latest Transition Town Hastings news!

HOT’s Zelly Restorick watched the inspirational documentary, Demain recently at The Electric Palace – about sustainable living and what we can do to survive and thrive in the face of climate change and other environmental threats. For her, the delightful highlight of the film was Rob Hopkins, Founder of the Transition Town movement saying that things don’t need to be all gloom and doom. Things could be FABULOUS! 

Permaculturist Anna Locke

Transition Town news

Transition Town Hastings (TTH) is part of the national network of Transition Towns, a local non-political group of volunteers formed to respond to climate change and over-dependence on fossil fuels, campaigning for sustainable living and community participation, knowledge sharing and awareness raising. Here’s their latest news update about events happening locally.

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Latest Transition Town news

Transition Town Hastings, committed to community, sustainability and a fairer place to live for everyone, is linked to many different groups and individuals locally who are working for and connected with the issues TTH cares about: their latest news concerns creating a fairer food system, the planet, green energy, reducing fuel poverty, community connection, permaculture, clean beaches, wild writing, re-fillable water bottle scheme and the next Green Drinks gathering.

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March Transition Town news

Renewable energy generation, local energy tariffs, fighting fuel poverty, lobbying for a better food system, Tesco Bags Of Help campaign, re-usng plastic water bottles, Green Drinks and an Easter jumble sale. Transition Town Hastings, part of the nationwide Transition Town network, is dedicated to developing local sustainability measures, responding to climate change and economic instability, promoting energy efficiency, linking with groups with shared visions and goals and increasing a sense of community. Here’s their latest news.

Timberlina

Moaning and Shopping

Hello Darlings, I’ve been giving some thought to these missives. You see, nobody likes a moaner. I think it’s very easy to moan and who wants to be happy anyway? More to the point, if you’re happy, what is there to moan about? And if there’s nothing to moan about then why be happy? But imagine you have everything you possibly desired. Just think about it… just the thought of it gives you a little kick, doesn’t it? That might be dopamine doing its thing.

Posted 13:57 Monday, Feb 5, 2018 In: Timberlina's Eco Tips Tags: , ,
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Transition Town Hastings news

Transition Town Hastings has sent us some updates about what’s happening locally to develop sustainability and a sense of community in Hastings and St Leonards. Bulk buying, AGM and Green Drinks.

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Transition Town Hastings news

Transition Town Hastings currently have a membership of 275 people and a host of ideas and initiatives including the community garden at Warrior Square Station, recycling, takeaway food packaging, food waste, sewage, water, keeping the town clean, strengthening the local economy, energy and dependence on fossil fuels. Here’s their latest news.

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