Monthly Archives: January 2013

An Aspiring but Virtual Woodburner

I was listening to Radio 4 this morning http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-21227449  when they were talking about how classifications of people have been changing: previously you could tell a lot about someone by their class, ie where they got their money from, whereas now … Continue reading

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Robbie Burns and Transition

Yesterday we held our annual visioning/planning meeting, and finished the day with a calendar of events for the coming year based on what we felt was going well and also focussing on things we’d really like to do in the … Continue reading

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One question for climate change sceptics…

I’ve recently been sent a clipping from the Independent on Sunday (13 Jan 2013) – a double page spread showing a map of the world and highlighting what they call the craziest weather on earth over the last 12 months, and … Continue reading

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My Nightmare Breakfast

I’m sure I’ve written before about how easy it is to look at other people’s lives and see where they could be living with a lower carbon footprint, and how easy it is to make excuses or have blind spots about our … Continue reading

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Apple Cake Recipe

Thanks to everyone who came a-wassailing this afternoon – I think we just managed to stay ahead of the rain. Anyway, some of you asked for an apple cake recipe. Several of us used the one below: it does end up differently … Continue reading

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Information for Wassailing

When: 3pm on Saturday 12 January Where: the Community Orchard. Turn off Northern Way into Brookfield Walk, at the corner with Ketling Grove there is a gate leading into a field. Follow the path  across this small field and into the next. … Continue reading

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Happy New Year with all those 2013 transition resolutions…

I’ve just been talking with Sally, my good friend and neighbour: between us three years ago we decided to set up Transition Clevedon. We were wondering what 2013 holds for the organisation and what we’d like to achieve; what’s worked so … Continue reading

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