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Our first Core Group meeting after a Summer break at TAAG, Northumberland Place, Teignmouth: 8 – 9.30 pm.
We will be discussing the next Teign Estuary Transition Clothes Swap event and issues with the Walled Garden at Eastcliff Park. Please come along if you wish to contribute or just want to find out what’s happening!
Teignbridge District Council are running their annual survey on parks and green spaces (including Eastcliff Park where we have our Community Garden).
If you want to take the opportunity to give your views – go to: http://www.teignbridge.gov.uk/liveconsultations
Not easy to say!
The Soil Association are conducting a survey to determine how well different varieties of plant develop from seed in different areas. Details below:
How much growing success have you had with your seeds this year? Here at the Soil Association we are hoping to tap into your local knowledge to gather information on how different varieties of seeds perform in different parts of the country – our vision is to build an interactive map which will allow you to find the best seed varieties to grow in your area. I’ve put together an easy-to-use Seed Survey for amateur growers on our website, and we’d love it if you could take part and feedback on the highs and lows of your growing this year. Take a look and complete the survey here.
Have you ever had a glut of fruit? Have you ever wondered how on earth you’ll find time to pick it all? Have you ever asked yourself: Now who can I give some plums to… ?
Wouldn’t it be great if there were a team of volunteers to pick your surplus fruit and re-home it, either turning it into chutneys and jams for sale, or maybe donating it to local charities.
I’m interested in setting up a ‘fruit-sharing’ scheme in Teignmouth, under the umbrella of TET but, first things first, I need to establish whether those of you with fruit trees (anything from one tree upwards) would be interested in donating all or some of your autumn crop in future years.
What’s in it for you? Well, your fruit would be harvested at the right time, avoiding those piles of mushy apples that tend to accumulate and fester, saving you time and making your garden rather neater than it might otherwise be. And, more importantly, the fruit would actually get used, rather than wasted.
Please contact me through this website or email email@example.com if you think you would be interested in a scheme of this sort in future years.
Land: a common treasury for all
Welcome tea and folk songs
Sunday 13th July 3 – 5pm at TAAG, Northumberland Place, Teignmouth
With stirring folk songs (old and new) focusing on the theme of rights and land and the dignity of the ordinary man and woman.
Film at 5pm
“Best Before”: The London Food Revolution
After this, weather permitting, there will be a walk up to the community gardens in Eastcliff Park to celebrate our own bit of common land… so please join us.
All welcome and do please bring a contribution (in the form of cakes/biscuits etc.) to the shared tea.
The Tolpuddle Pilgrimage is a walk from Plymouth, Devon, to Tolpuddle Martyrs Festival, Dorset, from 10th – 19th July 2014 on the 180th anniversary of the arrest of the Tolpuddle Martyrs for organising against their worsening conditions and pay cuts.