Monthly Archives: March 2013

Spring Fair: The busiest yet!

Yesterday’s Spring Fair was another highly successful Transition Hythe event. It was the busiest to date of our quarterly fairs, despite some fairly un-Spring-like weather, and saw us spread the message about the Transition movement to lots of people, both local and Easter visitors to the town. The Tomato and Basil soup from Jane’s Little…

The art of tree grafting revealled!

Attendees on today’s Transition Hythe introduction to tree grafting course had a fascinating morning, learning the theory and then the practice of this ancient art. Hosted by Steve Oram from the Fruit Forum and Peoples’ Trust for Endangered Species, there was an introduction to the activity and then an opportunity for everyone to graft their…

Thermal image project draws to a close

Our thermal image project is drawing to a close this week, after a third successful year. Showing heat loss from properties, the project is centred on a thermal image camera, on loan from Kent County Council. Residents are provided with images from the visit and a summary of the findings and possible remedial action to…

Hythe Spring Clean announced

This year’s town Spring Clean will be on Saturday, 6th April. As last year, we’ll be based at the Tin Tabernacle church at the bottom of Stade Street (click here for details), near the canal, where there will be bags, litter pick-up sticks and refreshments. We’ll be scattering to the four corners of the town…

Preparations under way for Spring Fair

Come and join us for our latest quarterly fair, this time with a Spring theme. It is on Easter Saturday, 30th March, at the Tin Tabernacle, Stade Street (click here for venue details). There will be lots of stalls and activities, as always. We’ll have a strong emphasis on plants and seeds, to buy and…