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Jan 25 2021

Transition Greenspaces – January Update

Things have slowed down considerably in our community gardens during January, principally due to lockdown and not being quite sure what was permitted, so we decided to go with 1:1's working to all the usual guidelines.

Jan 20 2021

Rampion 2 Launches Public Consultation

There are plans to expand the Rampion Wind Farm as part of the Government's targets to quadruple the UK’s offshore wind capacity by the end of the decade.

Dec 4 2020

Transition Greenspaces – December Update

Our wonderful greenspaces crew have been beavering away in socially distanced pairs at May Close and The Triangle over the past four weeks.

Dec 2 2020

TTW Christmas Produce!

TTW have collected together some tasty treats for you to buy, perfect as Christmas gifts for yourself and others!

Nov 25 2020

Cortis Avenue Wildlife Garden Update

Over the last six months, the Wildlife Garden has been thriving, blissfully unaware of the pandemic.

Nov 11 2020

Zero 2030 Climate Conference Wins Award!

The Zero 2030 Climate Conference won a bronze award in the Connecting People and the Countryside category at the CPRE Sussex Countryside Awards on 14 October.

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We were really busy yesterday at our Repair Cafe. As ever, some challenges, some things that were impossible to repair, and some that were an absolute joy and brought tears to our eyes (see crochet blanket photo & related story). 

Huge thanks to our wonderful team who work so well together and turn up every month, not quite knowing what they are going to be asked to deal with!
 
Welcome to the team Alex Rose who is working on a sustainability project as part of his Masters Degree in Product Design at Kingston University. We hope to work with Alex to come up with some useful research, based on the types of repairs we have done at the Repair Cafe, what products we find are frequently not able to be repaired and what ones have a high repair success rate.

We were really busy yesterday at our Repair Cafe. As ever, some challenges, some things that were impossible to repair, and some that were an absolute joy and brought tears to our eyes (see crochet blanket photo & related story).

Huge thanks to our wonderful team who work so well together and turn up every month, not quite knowing what they are going to be asked to deal with!

Welcome to the team Alex Rose who is working on a sustainability project as part of his Masters Degree in Product Design at Kingston University. We hope to work with Alex to come up with some useful research, based on the types of repairs we have done at the Repair Cafe, what products we find are frequently not able to be repaired and what ones have a high repair success rate.
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I am looking fwd to visiting The Repair cafe for the first time next year. It looks brilliant such fabulous volunteers!

How lovely. On day will get down there x

Lovely to see things up and running again, when's the next one? Xx

It’s such a great asset to the town

At the repair cafe, so they do clock repairs??

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.... when you have a conversation in the car on the way back from the community allotment about needing a load of woodchip for the muddy pathways and the next thing you know, its being tipped onto your driveway (after spotting someone chipping a tree at the end of the road)! 

Thanks to Rita for helping Al to bag it and to Tracey and Marie for making a great start to spreading it where its needed most.

Whatever would we do without our very willing band of volunteers.

.... when you have a conversation in the car on the way back from the community allotment about needing a load of woodchip for the muddy pathways and the next thing you know, it's being tipped onto your driveway (after spotting someone chipping a tree at the end of the road)!

Thanks to Rita for helping Al to bag it and to Tracey and Marie for making a great start to spreading it where it's needed most.

Whatever would we do without our very willing band of volunteers.
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Please remember that we have a load of refills available each month at the Repair Café. Come along at any time between 10am and 3.30pm this Saturday (27th Nov.) with your empty bottles and fill them up in exchange for suggested donations - to help with TTW's running costs. You will find them in the kitchen at Quaker Meeting House, 34 Mill Road, Worthing, BN11 5DR.

We have white vinegar (great for cleaning stuff) and all purpose cleaning fluid (both 50p litre). Then (all 40p for 100ml) - shampoo, conditioner; for the face - cream and wash; for the hands - lotion and wash, and also we have 2 types of body wash.
Full list here: www.ttworthing.org/repair-cafe/#cafe-refill-service
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Our last #RepairCafé of the year is on Sat 27th November @ Friends/Quaker Meeting House, 34 Mill Rd, Worthing, BN11 5DR.
Our talented sewing team have some spare slots in the morning to help you mend anything and everything, from sewing on buttons to repairing zips and soft toys! They can also show you to how to crochet, knit, how to use a sewing machine, how to use an overlocker and how to alter or upcycle old garments from clothing or fabric! Book now via our website here: www.ttworthing.org/repair-cafe/#repair-booking-form

#sewing #mending #repair #upcycle #recycle #reuse #transitiontownworthing #sustainablefashion #renew #worthing #Repaircafe
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