This summer Transition Circle West divided itself in two. In August Earlham South and North are both holding circles and discussing (and practicing) low carbon living. Diana Church and Erik Buitenhuis report on the groups' activities:
Transition Circle Earlham South met at the house of Teresa and Pete to take some joint action by weeding their vegetable patch, eat their redcurrants and admire their old hedge. We also had our usual shared meal and talked of everything from local art to the moral inheritance from grandmothers. Then we moved back into the garden to sit around a fire lit in an old washing machine drum. We found that the joint action was both practically useful and sociable – we all enjoyed chatting while we weeded - and talked of a program of skill building actions over the summer, and to invite people from outside the group to come and present a topic over the winter months.
Next time we will chop some wood in Hethersett and talk about permaculture (31 August 18:15). (Erik Buitenhuis/TCES)
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