Join the celebration for Crystal Palace’s transition: May 8

The Crystal Palace Transition Town group is inviting residents from near and far to join them tonight for their annual meeting and celebration tonight at The Salvation Army Building, 58-60 Westow Street, SE19 3AF from 7.30pm.

Crystal Palace park and tower 2“It’s been a very exciting year for us and we would like you to come along and hear about what we have been up to,” according to CPTT co-chair Sarah Hathaway.

In the last 12 months, CPTT’s projects have seen five local community food growing sites, including the prize-winning “Edible Garden” in Westow Park; the “Bugs Club” for Kids; Palace Pick-Ups: our community clean-ups; Palace Pints; Palace Preserves; Patchwork Farm; Palace Power, our community solar energy project; our “Local and Fair” group supporting Fairtrade and local businesses; our new transport group.

And it does not stop there. From this Saturday, May 11, there will be a weekly Crystal Palace Food Market, which will launch on Saturday May 11. The brainchild of CPTT steering group member Karen Jones, it promises to have at least a dozen food stalls of hand-picked ethically sourced food of the highest standards but within a price range that competes with the local supermarkets.

For more on the food market, click here.

As well as more news and announcements aabout the CPTT’s plans for the coming year, the programme for tonight’s celebration meeting includes a short presentation by Sue Sheehan, a leading figure in Brixton Transition Town.

“All are very welcome to attend,” Hathaway said.

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