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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Foodival is on 4th September 2021 Visit the foodival blog Contact Mal via transitiontowntooting@gmail.com for more information. Tooting Foodival is a community festival celebrating all things locally grown, cooked, re-created and re-imagined. Shining a light on how we can try to live sustainably in a time of global climate change. Running since 2008, the event […]

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Contact Nikki nhafter@gmail.com or Becky rebeluuh@gmail.com Sharing Seeds is a new project for TTT, funded by the Wandsworth Grant Fund, launched in March and operating, guerrilla style during the lockdown. We aim to smarten up our streetscape by focussing on the fantastic trees of Tooting, using creative activities and planting around tree bases.  Now, more […]

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Tooting Community Garden’s  🔁Seed and Plant Swap 2020🔁 Sunday 1 March 2020 Supporting Tooting’s Diverse Seeds Take a look at the photos to see what we did on the day We created a growing structure and it has a wind sock! We folded newspaper to make compostable pots We used our homemade potting compost! People […]

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There are over two growing months until the Tooting Foodival. That’s plenty of time to grow local vegetables from scratch to donate or cook for the Foodival community festival on September 14th. What can you grow well in your garden, containers or window box in a couple of months?Who can you get involved? There’s a […]

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TTT is running its 11th sustainable food festival – the Tooting Foodival – this September!  This year’s Foodival poster celebrates the core elements of growing, cooking and eating!  If you are a connoisseur of any of these activities we urge you to get involved in this year’s festival either as a grower donating some home […]

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