Archive for November, 2013

REconomy is recruiting a trainer, ideally with fundraising skills

REconomy is recruiting a trainer, ideally with fundraising skills

Published on November 28, 2013 in Blog, Project news with 2 Comments

We know that one of the main challenges faced by Transition Initiative (TIs) is how to get the money and resources they need to carry out their plans. We also know that a number of TIs are looking to begin some REconomy type activity, and we want to help them raise the funds they need […]

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Inspiring urban agricultural enterprise’s story of success…

Inspiring urban agricultural enterprise’s story of success…

Published on November 15, 2013 in Blog, Food with 0 Comments

The Severn Project is a social enterprise and Community Interest Company that was founded by Steve Glover (blog author) in April 2010 with start up capital of just £2,500. The farm has been through the most amazing progress and it’s story of success tells us loud and clear that it is possible to have it […]

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Glastonbury & Street REconomy Project: 1st stakeholder meeting

Glastonbury & Street REconomy Project: 1st stakeholder meeting

Published on November 4, 2013 in Blog with 0 Comments

On Wednesday 4th September 2013 the first stakeholder meeting of the Glastonbury & Street REconomy project was held at the Red Brick Building in Glastonbury. This was an invitation-only meeting to initiate a REconomy Project in the local communities. Funding for the event had been generously provided by Martin Stanley of the Holly Hill Trust. […]

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