Life in the way of … life

It has been a little while since there were any big TTB projects, so we thought it would be a good time to let you know a little about what some of the individuals involved have been up to since the Roadshow in April.

For the most part, it has been getting on with “the day job”, i.e. looking after our families, and earning a crust.

For TTB secretary Seb Beloe, that means researching for a prominent ethical and sustainable investment company, WHEB.  He knows his stuff, and was recently on the US TV channel CNBC as an expert.

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Wendy Conian, on the other hand, has been heading up the Berkhamsted Schools joint Travel Forum, promoting safety for children getting to or from school and investigating alternative means of transport other than cars.  Again, Wendy appeared on telly, on CBBC no less, to describe the fantastic Road Monster film made by children and parents from many of the schools in town.

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And you can see the fantastic Road Monster video in full here:

I think it is worth saying that we have realised that the lofty aims of TTB and the Transition movement cannot be achieved with us only being able to devote our spare time to the cause.  We need to be able to earn a living during and following the Transition to a sustainable way of life.

That is our next project – Reconomy.  Join us at the Christmas shared meal on 17 December if you would like to find out more.

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