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Wednesday, 30 September 2009

Tooting Harvest Foodival 2009 Highlights

Watch the video ...

And for more information, reports and all the pictures go to the Foodival Site

Monday, 28 September 2009

Tim Lang & Andrew Simms in Tooting

Last Thursday, TTT & Transition Town Wandsworth organised a discussion event with Tim Lang, Professor of Food Security at City University and Andrew Simms, Policy Director of the New Economics Foundation at Mushkil Aasaan. There was then some time to chat, brainstorm ideas and ask questions. A really enlightening evening with a good turnout. This video contains brief excerpts from the speakers.

And here are the post-it boards:

Wednesday, 23 September 2009

What Are Transition Towns? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . and why families get involved

Kate Birch's article for Families South West magazine looks at Transition Towns including TTT and TTBrixton. Click the image below to read in full.

Friday, 18 September 2009

Rob Hopkins at Mirch Masala

Rob Hopkins, the creator of the Transition Town concept, made a flying visit for a late afternoon snackette at Mirch Masala last night, the table cunningly adjacent to our Foodival poster, before being ferried to the Brixton Pound launch in Lucy's van!

Also, a whole hour was devoted to Transition Towns and the B£ on LBC yesterday courtesy of Jeni Barnett who thinks Rob is a visionary hero! She's right of course.

Now what shall we call the Tooting currency when it arrives and who shall we put on it? Just thumbing the Venerable Bede's Ecclesiastical History of the English People for a decent mugshot of Tōta, the c.6th century Anglo-saxon, and his people the Tōtinges, from whom the name Tooting apparently descends. dt

Thursday, 17 September 2009

Tooting Harvest Foodival - 10 Days To Go!

Final preparations are taking place for this year’s Tooting Harvest Foodival which takes place on Sunday 27th September. We are aiming to highlight the possibilities for local food sustainability with this event which will involve high street restaurants cooking up dishes in their own inimitable styles using ingredients grown and supplied by local people. The Food Walk starts at 12 noon at Al Mirage, 215 Upper Tooting Rd arriving at Fircroft School for a Food Fete from 2pm. For more details go to the Foodival page