Screening: Tomorrow (Demain)

Thursday, April 20 2017,  Southover Church, 7pm,  £7
Tickets are £7 on the door or at

As part of the Still Moving series of films being screened in Lewes churches, Transition Town Lewes is partnering with The Depot to show this award-winning documentary that's already become a phenomenon across more than 30 countries.
After a special briefing for the journal Nature announced the possible extinction of a part of mankind before the end of the 21st century, filmmakers Mélanie Laurent and Cyril Dion travelled worldwide to figure out what could lead to this disaster and what concrete steps could avoid it.
On their travels, they visit permaculture farms, urban agriculture projects, community-owned renewable projects, creative schools and ambitious recycling projects. Exploring those concrete actions that are already having a positive effect in local communities, Laurent and Dion began to figure out what a different tomorrow could look like…
This is a hugely positive, affirming and inspirational film, exploring creative and radical solutions in food, energy, transport, economics and education - and the perfect antidote to our post-Brexit, post-Trump malaise.  


TTL 10th Anniversary Events 2017



April 20th 2017Film: Tomorrow (Demain) 7pm at Southover church.

May 13th 2017 - Living Food at Subud Centre 3-6pm. Anni Townend and Daphne Lambert in conversation about food that revitalises the body nourishes the earth.

May 13th 2017 - Lewes Football Club: Every sort of People festival.

June 18th 2017 - The Linklater Summer Festival. Balancing Act. 11am- 4pm. TTL joining in with other local & environmental groups, music, food and activities for all the family on the Railway Land and Linklater Pavillion.


July 5th 2017 - TTL @ The Depot: Join us in celebration at the  new community cinema. A speaker and inspiring conversations. Drinks & light foods. An evening not to be missed!


Food that revitalises the body and nourishes the earth

Food event Subud

May 13th 2017, 3-6pm. Subud Centre, Station St, Lewes £10  - with a taste bud sensation!

What influences our choice of food?

How do our gut bacteria influence our health?

What is the impat of our choices on future generations?

Daphne Lambert in conversation with Anni Townend.

Daphne Lambert – medicinal chef, nutritionist & author:

Anni Townend – leadership consultant, coach & author:

For more information contact Sue Fleming 0785577 7715

To book on Eventbrite go to

In association with Transition Town Lewes.


 Can we really stop climate change?

Citizens' Climate Lobby members Ed Atkinson and Guy Tanner were speakers at a Skeptics in the Pub evening at Elephant and Castle on March 22nd.  In "Can we really stop climate change?"  potential policy options were outlined by Ed, who argued that a revenue neutral carbon tax such as CCL's Carbon Fee and Dividend would be the most popular and effective mechanism to bring down CO2 emissions.  Far simpler than Cap and Trade, it would avoid complicated regulation or hefty subsidies from the tax payer and would help shift fossil fuel lock-in. Read more by Judith Knott...



A Carbon fee "dividend"

 A Carbon fee "dividend"


TTL March Social

7.30pm, Monday 27 March 2017, The Lewes Arms

  Don't miss the monthly Transition Town Lewes get-together. If you're new to TTL or just want to find out more, come along and share your ideas, whether you're interested in local food growing, renewable energy, green transport, inspiring films and talks, or something else. Everyone warmly welcome. Call Juliet on 07887 556 177. (There's no room booked so just wander round until you find us!)


Lewes area renewable energy sites


Worth a click...

A little video about electric cars and how they might influence global oil prices as they become cheaper, safer and more reliable:

The Peak Oil Myth and the Rise of the Electric Car


LED Lighting

Confused about lightbulbs and wha to buy? Is it worth changing your existing ones for LED?


Read this excellent new short easy guide: LED Lighting: A Beginner's Guide (2016) by one of our local Eco Open House hosts, Jill Goulder.

And see here for some illustrations of LED ‘warm’ lighting.


Transition Town Lewes (TTL)  is a network of Lewes people. We’re working on local solutions in response to the global problems of climate change, economic change and the end of cheap energy and other resources.

Please get in touch if you would like to meet some of the people involved in project work for TTL.

And don't forget to subscribe to the TTL monthly newsletter to keep up to date with our news and events.

Transition is about the creation of resilient communities. It's not about campaigning but designing. It's about putting in place systems that will help us to deal with the big changes that are on the way. Those changes will be in three main areas: energy, the economy and the environment. Read more and get linked in to the bigger picture!

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Together we can achieve so much more. We’re fuelled by local ingenuity and a passion for positive change in challenging times. This is our town, our future, so get in touch to share your ideas and be involved.

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