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We're part of a world-wide community movement in response to peak oil and climate change. This site gives you details of our up and coming events and meetings, as well as reports and related matters that are going on in Norwich and East Anglia.

NEWS AND RELATED EVENTS... Common Room - Low Carbon Cookbook - Magdalen-Augustine Celebration - Norwich FarmShare - Transition Free Press 4 - Visions for Change -On the Blog Harvest: Looking in the Archive 2009-2013 - Flight of the Butterflies - Where We Are Now

Monday, October 15, 2012

TN Bloggers meeting and Ceildh - 17 October

The Norwich bloggers are celebrating their third birthday this week. We have had another full-on year on This Low Carbon Life, reporting and reflecting on the multi-coloured strands of Transition, and on 17 October we're meeting to decide how to proceed in the next few months.

If you are connected with the blog in any way, past, present or future, or would like to join the crew, please join us for an informal meeting and celebratory drink at the Bicycle Cafe.

 Afterwards we're going to the Keir Hardie Hall for a resilient whirl (organised by regular blogger, John Heaser). Hope to see you there!

Bloggers meeting, upstairs at the Bicycle Cafe, St Benedict's Street at 6.30pm. Dancing from 8pm at Keir Hardie Hall. For more info contact Charlotte Du Cann theseakaleproject@hotmail.co.uk

Wednesday, October 3, 2012

Magdalen Street -St.Augustines Celebration 2012 - 13 October

The 2012 celebration, on Saturday October 13th, 10.00 - 5.00, is picking up a bigger beat this year!

Following the same multi-media format as previous years, it will feature over 20 live music slots in 3 locations, history tours, stuff for kids, a giant free doodle art session under the flyover, tandem rides, a recreation of a 'doll doctor', story-telling ( with tell-a joke-certificates), classical recitals in St.Augustines church through the afternoon, stalls by local charities and groups including Norwich Farmshare, workshops including thai boxing, tai chi, belly dancing, art and poetry.

Future Radio  (FM 107.8), who are supporting this year's celebration and running a live broadcast from Anglia Square, will also be featuring artists and organisers of the event through the week before.  Listen out for us on :  the Platform programme, Sunday 7th October 5 - 6 p.m., the Breakfast Show 10th October 8.40 a.m., and on Friday October 12th Community Chest programme 9.30 a.m. onward........

Check us out at :  www.magdalenstreet.blogspot or on Facebook to see the latest updates and schedule of events on the day.