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Coming up this week

June 17, 2012

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Coming up in Cardiff this week including events for Refugee Week 2012… Monday 18 June Language lessons. Arabic at 5pm. Spanish 7pm. Red and Black Umbrella, 57 Clifton Street, Adamsdown, CF24 1LS Anima Mundi – Soul of the World. Reel Outlooks free film screening. “Beyond the fear of doom & gloom and the sweeping-it-under-the-carpet, director Peter Charles […]

Cardiff Green Maps

January 30, 2012

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At last Thursday’s Cardiff Transition Show and Tell, Sam Holt outlined one of the group’s most recent projects – Cardiff’s Green Map System.  The group aim to make an interactive map of the city, including green projects, community spaces, shops and other similar locations. The map will be produced using the Open Green Map interactive […]

Cardiff Food Charter

January 29, 2012

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Last Thursday Cardiff Transition had a Show and Tell event to showcase some of the more recent projects that have come out of the movement. Steve Garrett, founder of Riverside Community Market Association, led the presentation about the Cardiff Food Charter. One definition of a food charter can be found at the website Beyond Factory […]

Shop In Penarth: a local loyalty card

January 28, 2012

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Last Thursday Cardiff Transition had a Show and Tell event to showcase some of the more recent projects that have come out of the movement. One of these is the Gwyrddio Penarth Greening (GPG) Shop In Penarth scheme. Anthony Slaughter and Patricia Griffiths explained why they think the loyalty scheme has brought unity to independent […]

Coming up this week

January 22, 2012

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Coming up in Cardiff this week. As always, let me know if you think something should be added. Monday 23 January Work Day at The Red and Black Umbrella. 10am-4pm. Help with looking after the building from DIY to cleaning. Tuesday 24 January People’s Kitchen at The Red and Black Umbrella. 6.30pm. Vegan meal for […]

Ideas for 2012

January 1, 2012

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New Year’s resolutions are often about what we want to give up, what we want to stop doing. But a New Year can also be about starting something new. All over Cardiff there are people working together to try and make a positive change and getting involved in a community project is also about meeting […]

Can Cardiff Feed Itself?

November 13, 2011

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On Monday 21 November an event at Dempsey’s in the city centre will be exploring how and if we can produce enough food to feed Cardiff. Organised by Post Peak Oil Discussion (P-POD), a group affiliated with Cardiff Transition, the event will be presented by Pat Gregory, Rob Miller and Sue Ansell and Michele Fitzsimmons […]