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About Transition, and how to Join us
Transition Town Bridlington has recently started a community allotment where we meet on a regular basis to learn about growing food organically. It provides an opportunity to meet others, learn new skills and have fun.
- Learn to grow your own food - we have experienced members who share their expertise in organic growing methods
- Find out how to work your own allotment (you could also take one on nearby and have support when starting out)
- Excess produce is shared with local foodbanks
We would love to see you at the allotment if you can make it.
If you would like to join our forum to find out about our activities, please send your request email to email@example.com
Please include how you know us, or if you are a new friend, please include a little about your interest in Transition.
We will then set you up an account and email you your details. If you would like to choose your own username please let us know in the email, otherwise one will be made for you from your name/email address.
Best wishes, and look forward to hearing from you,
- Bridlington Transition
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