Welcome to Eastleigh Transition Network (ETNet)!

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We set out to find ways to tackle combined challenges of Peak Oil, Climate Change and economic uncertainty – and to reverse losses in Biodiversity and local food production.  Local people are taking the initiative, and working together, combining their skills, knowledge and experience to ensure a positive future – for Eastleigh Town and Borough, Chandlers Ford and the surrounding areas in a world beyond cheap oil.

If you are interested in:

·  saving energy and money

·  better public transport

·  growing your own food

·  collecting and preserving wild fruits

·  planting more fruit and nut trees in the borough

·  community activities

·  plastic bag free Eastleigh

·  wildlife walks

·  wildlife habitats conservation

·  local energy production

·  informing schools/groups

– then come along to one of our meetings, or contact us to find out more!

This website is to let you, your friends, relatives, colleagues and associates find out about Eastleigh Transition Network.

The rapidly growing Transition Movement  in the UK and in other countries uses ideas from Permaculture for growing food, living more economically, and reducing our environmental impacts – using common sense designs, finding practical ways to reduce our fossil fuel energy dependence.

We hope you will enjoy viewing the pages of the website, and we will be glad to receive your comments.

For more information, contact:

Co-Chair – Penny Velander: pennyvelander@googlemail.com

Co-Chair – Dr Sarah Goode

Coordinator – Liz Kent: lizkent85@yahoo.co.uk

We meet in the KESTREL ROOM at The Pavilion on the Park, 1 Kingfisher Road, Eastleigh, Hampshire SO50 9LH. http://www.paviliononthepark.org/.

The next ETNet Meetings will be on Wednesday 28 April 2010 at 7pm and on Wednesday 26 May at 7pm.

For details Email Daisy Brookman: info@paviliononthepark.org
or Tel: 02380 612710 or 07790 873559

Eastleigh Transition Network

Local sustainability, Global responsibility  …be part of a sustainable future!