Transition Primrose Hill
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.
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Gardening Group - if you are interested in doing some gardening at - Cecil Sharp Garden, please email us, we meet the last Tuesday 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
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.
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Primrose Hill Pub Crawl Saturday 29 November.
Visit all our hostelries in one day (no need to drink alcohol!) answer some questions and pick up information - forms available from Primrose Hill Community Library, Sharpleshall Street, NW1 8YN, from 10am. The prize draw at PH Community Centre Bar (Hopkinsons Place, Fitzroy Road, NW1 8TN) will be done by Alan Ford, of Lock Stock and 2 Smoking Barrels fame, at 7.30pm.
Prizes include meals, drinks and a cocktail making class!