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Transition Haslemere Evenings 

Transition Haslemere is pleased to present a monthly series of talks and films on the environment, climate change and how to lead a greener life.

The first talk will take place during our Green Fair and will start at 2.30pm in Haslemere Educational Museum on Saturday 27th March 2010. Future talks and films will take place on Wednesday evenings.

We hope these varied talks and films will be enlightening and informative for everyone interested in sustainability and the environment. All of the speakers are advocates of living the green life and will talk about their own experiences, offering practical insights into how we all can lower our carbon footprint

The entry charge for each talk will be £2.50 per person.

The full schedule of talks is shown below: 

Saturday  27th March (2.30 – 3.30 pm)

Sharon Duggan will talk on “Living The Green Life”

How to live the green life and have fun doing it!

For more information click here


Wednesday  28th April (7.30 – 8.30 pm)

Maddy Harland will talk on “Permaculture: Sustainable Design for the Future”

Follow nature for the future of our farms, gardens and  communities

For more information click here


 Wednesday  26th May (7.30 – 8.30 pm) 

Joyce D’Silva will talk on “Is our diet damaging the Planet?”

How can we chose a diet that is healthy for both us and the planet?

For more information click here


Wednesday  23rd June (7.30 – 8.30 pm)

Colin Butfield will talk on….

How to turn your home into an ECO Home

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Wednesday  28th July  (7.30 – 8.45 pm)

Film: The Power of The Community”

This fascinating and empowering film shows how communities pulled together, created solutions, and ultimately thrived in spite of their decreased access to imported energy.

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Wednesday  25th August (7.30 – 9.00 pm)

Film: Rebecca’s Wild Farm

In this inspiring and motivating film wildlife camerawoman Rebecca Hosking returns to her childhood home to take on the family farm. The Hosking farm is not a normal farm – it is a haven of biodiversity, with majestic oak trees, water meadows and hayfields heaving with wild flowers. BBC Natural World follows Rebecca as she investigates different ways to run a productive farm without using fossil fuels and in doing so the film reveals a fascinating glimpse into the future of farming.

Note: There will be no charge for entrance to see this film.

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Wednesday  13th October (7.30 – 8.30 pm)

Sandy Polak will talk on “Cost-effective ways to reduce your carbon footprint  

Practical advice on how to be greener and save money at the same time

For more information click here

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