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Special events are in bold type, other meetings and regular events are also open to everyone! There are more events (organised by other groups but with similar aims) here.
Wesley Methodist Church 18:30-20:30 add to google calendar
Come and share tasty pumpkin and squash dishes, swap recipes and learn more about how to grow your own pumpkins next year. Bring a dish to share if you can, or just come along and find out more about making use of this seasonal treat. This is a free event, (although donations will be welcome) and is part of the Cambridge Sustainable Food Pumpkin Festival. To find out more or book a place, contact Ann.
From: Ann Mitchell, Transition Food Group
Missing Sock forest garden, The Missing Sock, Stow-cum-quy 11:00-15:00 add to google calendar
We're going there, we're doing stuff, do come along too!!! There may be pumpkins. There may be not. We will have fun. More...
From: Cambridge Growing Spaces
Judith's place, Leys Road 20:00-21:30 add to google calendar
Our main topic this time will be community energy - what is it? What are the viable business models?
Friends Meeting House Jesus Lane Cambridge 19:15-21:30 add to google calendar
Are you new to Cambridge or have you only recently signed up to the Bulletin but haven't yet made it to a TC event? If you'd like a fun and easy introduction to how you can get involved with Transition Cambridge, our Newcomers' Meeting is for you! Meet the people behind our project groups, ask your burning questions, enjoy our customary tea and cake and take a step closer to joining our friendly, hands-on community. Whether you have skills to offer or want to learn new ones, you are very welcome! No need to book, just turn up. For enquiries please contact Jacky
Wesley Methodist Church, Christ's Pieces, CB1 1LG 13:30-16:00 add to google calendar
Cambridge Repair Cafe is back, this time as part of the Circular Cambridge Festival, a cornucopia of events showcasing practical ways of moving away from the linear economy of buying stuff, using it and throwing it away.
Repair Cafes match experienced repairers with people who need stuff fixing, and help them pick up useful repair tips and skills. We tackle small household appliances and electrical items, computers, mobile phones, bicycles, clothes (clean clothes only please) and general bits'n'bobs.
You can turn up with your broken item on the day, but it's best to book your item in so the repairers have an idea of what to expect: cambridgeskillshareatgmail.com.
The repairers are brilliant and can fix most things but there are no guarantees.
It's a free event, donations to cover costs are very welcome. More...
Cambridge Museum of Technology 19:30-20:30 add to google calendar
We are delighted to be collaborating with our friends at Pivotal, CCF, and FOE to bring you a small scale, home-made festival to highlight the anniversary of the historic COP21 2015 agreement for global action on climate change. Featuring films, conversations, storytelling, music, nature, food and drink, the Pivotal Takeover promises to be inspirational, provocative and memorable. More details will follow in the coming weeks, but in the meantime, can you help us crowdfund to cover essential expenses? If 100 of us can give just £10 we will achieve our target. Take a look at this lovely promotional film about the festival here and watch this space for updates.
Nicola's house on Chesterton Road 19:00-21:00 add to google calendar
At the hub's monthly meeting, representatives of the groups and projects report on what they've been up to. We also make plans together to coordinate future events. Meetings are open, so all are welcome to attend. Attending hub meetings is a good way to see how Transition Cambridge works, and to get a sense of the range of projects that we are involved with. Contact Nicola for details of the address.
From: Transition Cambridge Hub