September/October 2018: In Transition.

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P E R M A C U L T U R E
29 SEPTEMBER @ FORBURY PARK
Time TBC, part of READING TOWN MEAL
Tell a friend! Join Trish Whitham from Brazier Park in a fun workshop where you will learn how Permaculture principles and design systems can help you successfully grow your own food with least effort. Learn to plan a food garden – or any project – using permaculture principles to solve problems and create abundance working with nature.
More on Thrish Whitham & Permaculture here
C O M M U N I T Y
Reading Town Meal is a real community gathering, a “pic – nic in the park” celebrating  home grown and locally produced food. Students from Reading College will cook a free meal for over 1000 people, entirely made from produces donated by local growers and allotment holders.

The event is also a great chance to connect with the sustainable groups active in Reading: community groups and  local food & drink producers, will be showcasing local produce and activities, and three workshops will give the chance to get hands on with Permaculture principles and design systems, making the most of your home grown harvest and…baking Pizza!
Live music all day and family activities area, complete the program alongside a Town Meal treasure hunt.

This year’s menu includes  roasted Vegetable Allotment Ragout with salad and bread and Fruit Compote with granola topping. All veg!

For information on  workshops see:  http://www.readingtownmeal.org.uk/workshops.cfm

A C T I O N    R E Q U I R E D
R E C Y C L E    W E E K
24 – 30 SEPTEMBER Recycling. We do. Because it matters.
The recycle week is part of a wider campaign that will run until 2019 to inspire people to change their recycling behaviours by demonstrating the benefits of recycling everyday items from all around the home. A downloadable toolkit here. Do something great this recycle week!
Not sure what you can do  with everyday items? Get inspired!
R E P A I R     C A F E’
My toaster has a lever which no longer holds toast down. The fan in my laptop is not working so it gets overheated. My leather case needs stitching. My hairdryer is broken.
What can I do? Toss them? No way, take it to the REPAIR CAFE’ where you will find experts in fixing pretty much anything. Out of passion and great know how. The Oasis is SO kids friendly, it’s a great family fun too!
W H E R E   &   W H E N

SUNDAY 21st  OCTOBER @ THE OASIS, 21 Baker St 12:30 – 4:30 pm | Tea&coffee&cakes offered.
Find out more on our FB page Reading Repair Café

S I G N U P !

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