2018 Events


23 June - Clean Air Day 2018

23 June - Making food choices

25 June - TTL Social

4 July onwards -  Young Nature Leadership Initiative

Monthly - Plastic free Lewes progress meetings

First Saturday every month - Unpack the Plastic!

Every Friday morning - Lewes Friday Food Market

First Saturday of ever month - Lewes Craft Market


Clean Air Day 2018

Saturday 23 June, Cliffe High Street, 10.30am-4pm, FREE

Clean Air Day aims to raise awareness of air pollution and promote the things you can do to help improve air quality.

Clean air is fundamental to good health, with the cost of air pollution-related illness estimated at £20bn per annum. Particulate pollution has been linked with Alzheimer’s, and living near a major road is a risk factor in early death. Poor quality air is the cause of 40,000 deaths a year in the UK.

 

The UK’s national Clean Air Day 2018 is on the 21 June, but Lewes will be celebrating it on Saturday 23 June 2018.

Cliffe High Street will be closed (subject to LDC approval) and host street stalls and events throughout the day promoting cycling, walking and public transport, renewable energy, electric vehicles and looking at the role that nature can play in improving our air quality.

Cliffe High Street to be closed (subject to LDC approval) for Clean Air Day on 23 June

Clean Air Day is promoted in Lewes by Transition Town Lewes and the South Coast Alliance for Transport and the Environment (SCATE). SCATE is a coalition of groups that oppose road building at the expense of investment in integrated rail and public transport along the south coast.

If you want to get involved with Clean Air Day 2018, please contact Kevin West


Making food choices: Why do we eat the food we eat?

 
Anni Townend in conversation with Daphne Lambert
Saturday 23rd June 10.15 - 12.45 at the Depot, Lewes
 
 

Join in the pernickety picnic game and share your food passions.
Unravel the stories behind our food.
Explore how we create nutrient dense diets that nourish everyone.
Engage in the lively conversation.
Sip & savour summer taste sensations.

 
£15.00 includes refreshments & tastings. (concessions available)
Tickets for this event to be booked in advance via the Depot. https://lewesdepot.org/visit/tickets
£15.00 includes refreshments & tastings. (concessions available). After the event you can relax & enjoy a ‘special’ from the event lunch menu (not included in the ticket price). Greencuisine Trust will be collaborating with the Depot to create a ‘specials’ menu all week in the restaurant.

Further enquiries or concessions contact jean@greencuisinetrust.org 
Greencuisine Trust - www.greencuisinetrust.org

The next TTL Social

Monday 25th June 2018, 7.30-9.30 pm at 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 see our sign!)

 Young Nature Leadership Initiative

   

Do you know any young adults 18 – 25 years who could benefit from this free training Initiative? Circle of Life Rediscovery CIC are excited to be offering a fully funded Level 2 Training (OCNWMR) in Forest School Programme Support (QCF) and much more! You will be supported by experienced and friendly staff. 

This leadership initiative will train, mentor and empower diverse leaders to better connect their communities to nature, explore outdoor careers and advocate for positive change in their communities and support nature connection

It is a 10 day supported programmed aimed at vulnerable young people aged 18-25 who need a bit of extra support to get back into life, doing something meaningful, and make a difference to others. It is a fantastic opportunity and also all funded!!
 
This training will go beyond a Level 2 qualification and offer 15 young people between the ages of 18 – 25 years to expand their knowledge, understand and experience nature connection, the world of the child-led education and the benefits of working in nature. All young adults will have the opportunity to volunteer on various outdoor/nature experiences and also gain a John Muir Award at Discovery or Explorer Level.

Plastic Free Lewes monthly progress meetings

Plastic Free Lewes will hold monthly meetings to report on progress, share ideas and discuss next steps – and everyone’s warmly welcome to come along. All meetings take place at the Linklater Pavilion, Railway Lane, Lewes:

Wed 6 June
Wed 18 July
Wed 15 August
Wed 12 September
Wed 24 October
Wed 21 November
Wed 12 December        

7.30pm-9pm, FREE
7.30pm-9pm, FREE
7.30pm-9pm, FREE
7.30pm-9pm, FREE
7.30pm-9pm, FREE
7.30pm-9pm, FREE
Plastic Free Lewes Christmas drinks!


Landport Community Garden - Volunteers

Landport Community Garden is looking for volunteers...

 

They say "Come and join us gardening, grow vegetables, fruit, flowers. Just turn up on Mondays from 1pm, go through blue door on right of old farmhouse/flats at the end of Landport - Hayward Road.

For more information ring 01273 475 480 or email davidgray194@gmail.com"

Follow them on Facebook...


Lewes Friday Food Market

Don't forget... every Friday morning at the Market Tower, Market Street, Lewes

It's bursting with fresh, seasonal, local produce and competitively priced. See you there!

Lewes Food Market is run by a not for profit, Community Interest Company: Lewes Local, which was set up by Transition Town Lewes Food Group. 

Contact the coordinator (tel: 07824711727) or go via the Lewes Food Market website...


Lewes Organic Allotment Project

Wednesday mornings, 9.30am-12.30pm, Nevill

The Lewes Organic Allotment Project  is a community allotment in Nevill which is also used as a demonstration site for workshops, composting instruction days, school trips, and more.

See the Common Cause website for more info.

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