|Transition Town Tooting|
|Friday, 17 October 2008 14:19|
My new job doesn’t mean I’ll be neglecting my constituency work though! My casework appointments are continuing as normal, as are my visits to events in Tooting.
On Friday I visited Wandsworth Friends Meeting House as part of National Quaker Week, where I was privileged to hear a piano recital by John Paul Ekin. You can read more about the Quakers, Quaker Week and the work they do HERE.
On Sunday I had a great afternoon at the Tooting Foodival, run with Transition Town Tooting. It's always encouraging to meet local activists, and Lucy Neal and her friends were no exception.
Transition Town Tooting will explore how the people of Tooting can look at the twin challenges of climate change and energy use, with an emphasis on focusing on localisation and the reduction of carbon emissions. I'm certainly a supporter of their work and think it could be a great thing for Tooting. My daughters and I loved the blackberry pie and other puddings made from local produce.
I’ve got my first Ministerial answers session coming up on Tuesday, which I’m fairly nervous about. Wish me luck!
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