Transition Primrose Hill

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Transition Primrose Hill is part of the Transition Towns movement, a fast growing international network inspiring communities to be creative in addressing the twin problems of climate change and the end of cheap oil.

If you live, work or play in Primrose Hill, Chalk Farm or Camden Markets join us to learn or relearn skills we shall need in a world without oil like sewing, making new things from old possessions and growing your own food.

 

 

Join in

If you are not on our list, email transitionprimrosehill@gmail.com to be kept up to date.

Gardening Group - if you are interested in doing some gardening at - Cecil Sharp Garden, please email us, we meet the last Thursday of the month between 10 and 12. All welcome to share and learn gardening skills and be outside together in this ever more beautiful garden. See our Local Food Growing page for more information. 

talks and films

Every couple of  months we show a film or host a talk , either at Primrose HIll Community Centre or the library.  check our;Local Events page for dates and times.

Craft sessions - We have worked with Mary's Living and Giving shop in Regents Park Road to set up various craft sessions. Knit and Natter takes place from 2-4pm on the first Sunday of each month. Watch out for details of more sessions.

News

See our recent news page for current and archived stories from out local area.

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Recent News

Events

'Permablitz' at Cecil Sharpe House

The London Permaculture Association is creating a Forest Garden area at Cecil Sharpe House, come along from 10am onwards to join in and learn about permaculture. Half day follow ups 1pm to 5pm on Saturdays April 28th, May 31st and June 28th.

Register on http://www.permablitzlondon.com/

Next Talk

Bare Shelves in the Supermarket? - Tuesday 13 May at Primrose Hill Community Centre 29 Hopkinson's Place NW1 8TN

7.00 for 7.30pm

Come and hear Shane Holland, chair of SLOW FOOD London, food policy activist and food campaigner of the year 2013, speak about how food security can be strengthened through SLOW FOOD and local food growing.

Cost £4.00 (£3.00 PHCA members) to include a glass of wine and slow food snacks form Melrose and Morgan.

 

Bee Event Monday 9 June 7.30 pm at Primrose HIll Community Library, Sharpleshall Street, NW1 8YN

Come and see a film and talk about how we can encourage bees in our gardens and window sills.