Breathing Spaces In Transition

Posted on 29 November 2021

The directors and staff of TTW are absolutely delighted to welcome Breathing Spaces into the TTW “family”.

Those involved in the excellent and inspirational Breathing Spaces, have recently come to the decision to cease to be a Community Interest Company in their own right and will instead become a project under the umbrella of Transition Town Worthing CIC.

In 2022 Breathing Spaces, a TTW project,  will continue to offer volunteer sessions at the Maybridge Keystone Centre flower farm and woodland garden in Worthing, and also at Dankton Lane Barnyard, Sompting. They will still produce beautiful sustainably-grown cut-flowers and they will continue to develop the barnyard for wildlife including wild bees. The project will continue to welcome people with learning difficulties, mental health challenges, refugees, and women in recovery from trauma.

We all believe we will be stronger working together at a time of climate and ecological crisis when people will increasingly need to support their wellbeing through connection to nature at the same time as working to restore nature.

Claire and Lisa have been a key part of our organisation since the very beginning, so this feels like a very appropriate next step for us all. Breathing Spaces will continue to operate autonomously but, like Plastic Free Worthing and Cortis Ave Wildlife Garden, will also sit under the TTW umbrella – very soon.

More details to follow in the near future as this announcement is hot off the press – watch this space…

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Thanks for sharing😊

Our sewing team have some spaces left for our next session on Sat 29th January (at Quaker Meeting House, 34 Mill Road, Worthing). If you'd like to book a slot please go to: www.ttworthing.org/repair-cafe/

We can help with repairs to clothing, textiles and soft toys; we can also teach you how to use a sewing machine and overlocker, as well as how to knit, crochet and darn.
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Our sewing team have some spaces left for our next session on Sat 29th January (at Quaker Meeting House, 34 Mill Road, Worthing). If youd like to book a slot please go to: https://www.ttworthing.org/repair-cafe/

We can help with repairs to clothing, textiles and soft toys; we can also teach you how to use a sewing machine and overlocker, as well as how to knit, crochet and darn.

Our sewing team have some spaces left for our next session on Sat 29th January (at Quaker Meeting House, 34 Mill Road, Worthing). If you'd like to book a slot please go to: www.ttworthing.org/repair-cafe/

We can help with repairs to clothing, textiles and soft toys; we can also teach you how to use a sewing machine and overlocker, as well as how to knit, crochet and darn.
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Big thanks to Ewa Krause for leading an excellent fruit tree pruning session at the community allotment this fine morning, and to all those who came along to learn and help - Rita Garner, Tracey Mclaren, Alfie and Alan. Great mornings work - so good to get this task finally ticked off the list!
Thanks Tracey for the photos.

Big thanks to Ewa Krause for leading an excellent fruit tree pruning session at the community allotment this fine morning, and to all those who came along to learn and help - Rita Garner, Tracey Mclaren, Alfie and Alan. Great morning's work - so good to get this task finally ticked off the list!
Thanks Tracey for the photos.
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Really useful session at the Community Allotment today with Tracey Mclaren, Rita Garner, David Rboerts, Alfie and Alan - thanks for all your help folks, good to get off to a positive start so early in the New Year!

Really useful session at the Community Allotment today with Tracey Mclaren, Rita Garner, David Rboerts, Alfie and Alan - thanks for all your help folks, good to get off to a positive start so early in the New Year! ... See MoreSee Less

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so good to be working together. And the joy of harvesting compost!

Hi Can you tell me when the next session is please. I'd like to join in. May Close is the nearest one for me. Thanks😊

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