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Notice of Transition Tynedale Limited AGM 2016/2017

VENUE & DATE CHANGE Now at The Heart of Northumberland, Hexham on Wednesday, 14th March Transition Tynedale Limited will be holding their Annual General Meeting on Wednesday 14th March, 2018 in the back room of The Heart of Northumberland, Hexham. Registration … Continue reading

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A holistic view on Cob Building

Introduction Why do we need cob and other sustainable building methods now? What is COB? Examples of cob buildings elsewhere What areas within the school curriculum overlap with sustainable building methods? How will working with cob as a school project … Continue reading

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Cycling Review for 2017

In 2017 cycling continued to grow exponentially in popularity. In recognition of this and the need to reduce vehicle impact, the Government committed some funding to make cycling safer and increase participation but nowhere near enough to do the job … Continue reading

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TT Christmas Social – 6th December 2017

Christmas ‘Get Together’ with Transition Tynedale… and all who fancy joining us for a drink. Wednesday 6th December The back room Heart of Northumberland 7:30pm Tasty mince pies, warm mulled wine and good company!

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So why have Councillors in Corbridge celebrated removing much needed cycle lanes

Sadly, there are influential people in Corbridge who successfully campaigned to have the remaining Advisory Cycle Lane on Newcastle Road east of Corbridge removed and the centre line reinstated to return the road to being vehicle dominant to the detriment … Continue reading

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Massive survey finds that 75% of Brits want protected cycleways built

Most people living in seven British cities surveyed say cycling is a good thing and are far more supportive of bold and ambitious plans for cycling than decision-makers often think. They want dedicated space for people on bicycles even when … Continue reading

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Recycle week 25th Sept to 1st Oct

It’s Recycle Week and from 25 September to 1 October, organisations and individuals across the country are celebrating this year’s theme, ‘Recycling – it’s worth it!’ Recycle Week is organised by the Waste and Resources Action Programme (WRAP). WRAP, a … Continue reading

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Vertical Veg Talk – 20th June

Rearranged to 20th June Come to a free talk by a well-known expert on growing veg in tight outdoor spaces. For a windy balcony or concrete yard, get all the best tips on nurturing your crop. Mark Ridsdill-Smith lives in … Continue reading

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Corbridge Cycle Lanes: latest

Once you saw them – now you don’t. Gone from the south side entirely and double yellow lines should stop thoughtless parking which used to endanger cyclists’ lives and risk  vehicle collisions. Time will tell if NCC has at last … Continue reading

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The value of green spaces

Well maintained green spaces perform important functions which have an economic value, such as absorbing pollution, which provides people with clean air and reduces pressures on public services. These functions are known as ‘ecosystem services’. By understanding what an area … Continue reading

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