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Walking up the garden path

We have arranged our seventh Talk the Walk network meeting for 4.30 – 7.00pm on Wednesday April 2010 - at The Lighthouse West London, 111 - 117 Lancaster Road, Ladbroke Grove, London W11 1QT. This event is brought to you by Groundwork London and Rethinking Cities.
 
Community Food-Growing is more popular and in-demand than ever, so how can a project put down more permanent roots? How can we ensure the sustainability of such community enterprises so they continue to be effective? Does the fight against obesity offer opportunities with links to be made with those promoting physical activity, walking and healthy eating? – Join Talk the Walk to find out more about community up-skilling and meet others who like you are tackling these challenges.

Talk the Walk brings professionals together from the worlds of the urban agriculture, the built environment, urban design, landscape architecture, housing, active travel and transport planning.  Details can be found at http://www.talkthewalk.info – do let us know if you would like to come, by following the link below. The event is free but limited to 40 people.

Prior to the Talk the Walk, Groundwork London would like to invite you to tour nearby community gardens – an hour’s tour will begin at 3.00pm.  BOTH THESE EVENTS ARE FULL AND WE ARE NOT ACCEPTING FURTHER REGISTRATIONS.
 

To be kept informed of forthcoming Talk the Walks please complete the form here - http://www.rethinkingcities.net/talkshops

Date added: 15 March 2010

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