So yesterday’s IPCC’s latest report says human activity is changing the climate in unprecedented and sometimes irreversible ways. [BBC Report]. The Guardian gives its verdict on the climate crimes of humanity as “guilty as hell”. The report itself is likely to be conservative, having been signed up to by all the world’s governments based on […]

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In the 6 weeks following Hallowe’en we’ve facilitated 4 Zoom participative workshops. We’ve been cooking-along, creating and crafting, writing and sharing poems, all in real time. We’ve been building skills, discussing and responding between friends, strangers and generations. ‘Distant Socialising, not Social Distancing’: we’ve been thinking about how this phrase sums up the experience of […]

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Lockdown has been in place here in the UK since the middle of March and had a huge affect on our activities. We had to improvise quick, like everyone, and adapt to a rapidly changing context of how we live, where we live. Over the early weeks, our growing core group found our niches and put […]

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We’ve been running fixing and mending workshops in Tooting for nearly four years now with the help of the Restart Project and their team of volunteer fixers.  Our amazing volunteers have fixed everyday items like irons, hairdryers, kettles and toasters and made repairs to trousers, dresses, rucksacks and bags. We’ve even tackled more unusual challenges […]

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Thanks everyone for creating a memorable Tooting Foodival No.12 last weekend. We hope we have not forgotten anyone! Venue Hosts:Naseem & Mushkil Aasaan thank you as ever for the provision of your special community space for usBrian & BJ Hardware, thank you for the use of your yard, power and handyman skills!Residents of Hereward Rd […]

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