New supplier

Our community garden is becoming a new organic produce supplier to The Conservation Volunteers (TCV) programme entitled Health for Life which is based in south Birmingham. The programme encourages communities to learn how to grow food, whether on a community growing site or in secondary schools. Our produce will be used to illustrate how to use what we can grow for a healthy and nutritious diet. Health for Life is funded by the Mondelez Foundation (ex-Cadbury’s).


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Community Garden Autumn Open Day

On Saturday 18th October 2014, everyone is invited to Nuneaton Transition Community Garden to see what has been going on over the summer.

The garden is a hidden gem , tucked away behing the Nuneaton Town Football Ground.

It would be lovely to see you there!

You can just come and have a look or you can come and help us with some tasks!

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Big Lunch Celebration

Join the community garden on Sunday 1 June from 10 am until 4 pm for Big Lunch celebration.

There’s plenty to do as we’ll be sowing lots of seeds, planting lots of seedlings and weeding lots of weeds! So we need all the help we can. If you would like to come along we’d love to see you. Entrance is free and there is ample parking however, we do encourage cycling or walking.

We’re very friendly and like to share, so all we’re asking is that you bring a lunch to share with others and some sturdy footwear for your own use.

Donations are required if you would like any of our seedlings, plants or refreshments. You are very welcome to bring your own soft or hot drinks on┬áthe day. We look forward to seeing you. Lunch is from 12 – 2 pm.

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Welcome to Nuneaton Transition website

The sun is shining and it is time to start working towards transition. This means a healthier and cleaner place to live and work for all our futures.

We aim to inform our local community through the delivery of fun activities, events, arts and films about the impact climate change has on our own community and how we can work together to reduce our heavy reliance on energy consumption in a declining energy climate.

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