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Smoothie Bikes with Com.cafe

Posted: May 26th, 2014 | Author: | Filed under: Education, Energy, Residents | Tags: , , , , , | No Comments »

Yet another amazing day of making homemade smoothies on the bicycle powered blender with Transition Heathrow the Com.Cafe!

Com.Cafe come to Grow Heathrow for seed sewing Thursday 29th May

 

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Art at the Com Cafe with Grow Heathrow

Posted: November 10th, 2012 | Author: | Filed under: Art | Tags: , | No Comments »

Grow Heathrow have teamed up with the brilliant local community Com.Cafe to bring you three arts and crafts sessions in the run up to christmas.

‘Crafternoons’ will now be taking place at the Com.Cafe on the following dates: Wednesday 14th Nov, Wed 28th November & Wed 19th December (not 12th December – INCORRECT on poster). See poster above for more information.

Where: The ComCafe, UB7 9JD

Cost: FREE (Contact: david.graham@groundwork.org.uk)


Celebrating Spring in Sipson

Posted: May 23rd, 2012 | Author: | Filed under: Events, Residents | Tags: , , , , , , | No Comments »

This blog is a bit late but here goes. The rain held out and joining plenty of other stalls, including dance classes, giant jenga, gnome painting and the Com.Cafe puppet show, Transition Heathrow had a great day with Heathrow villagers at this years Sipson Spring Fair.

In the Transition Heathrow area we had a mini selection of all the spaces from the Grow Heathrow site giving residents who haven’t yet visited a peek of what goes on in Vineries Close. A growing area giving away free tomato, salad and coriander plants and wild flower seed bombs, an energy space with a bike powered phone charger, arts and crafts with face painting and mural art, bike doctor and tandem riding and information stall, plenty of new friends were made.

A big thanks to all who came out for the day, its community events like these which bring everyone together and make people value and protect what we have here in Sipson.

Have a look at some pictures from the Uxbridge Gazette. And a big thanks to Kate Birch (Heathrow Villages Community Development officer) for making it all happen.


TICKETS ON SALE: Kaleidescope community performance

Posted: May 14th, 2012 | Author: | Filed under: Art | Tags: , , | No Comments »

Tickets are now on sale for our Community Kaleidescope performance – Heathrow in Transition, as part of Hillingdon Arts Week. (Box Office – 01895 673200)

‘A combined theatrical performance devised by a group of artists, performers and musicians, in response to the history of Heathrow’s fight against the third runway, the BAA buyout and the Transition towards Heathrow’s future.’

The performance will include forum theatre, real life experiences, bicycle power, new creations, and a musical twist! We will also have special appearances from our hand made puppets done by families at the Com.Cafe in West Drayton.

The performance will be on Sunday 10th June, at 5pm, at the Sipson Community Centre. Tickets are £6 / £4 concessions – to book call 01895 673200

Please spread the word and get friends and families to buy tickets. There will be a picnic beforehand at the Grow Heathrow site from 1pm, bring snacks to share.


Just Do It comes to Heathrow

Posted: August 25th, 2011 | Author: | Filed under: Events | Tags: , | 1 Comment »

‘Just Do It’ – the new feature film documentary which follows climate change activists from groups such as Plane Stupid, Climate Camp and Transition Heathrow over the past few years is to be shown in the Heathrow area on Thursday 22nd September. The film showing will be hosted by ourselves and local community café the ‘Com.Cafe’.

Following the risky business of climate activism and direct action which has never been caught on camera before – the film follows activists on their mission to make sure the issue of climate change gets the full attention it deserves. The film is all about action rather than words. Where politicians speak and nothing happens – ‘Just Do It’ showcases those individuals who put there bodies on the line and face arrest to ensure action happens.

The resistance to Heathrow’s now scrapped 3rd runway features heavily in the film as does the story of the birth of Transition Heathrow.                              

The screening will be followed by a special Q&A session.

SCREENING INFO (Everyone Welcome):

WHERE: The Com.Cafe, 60 Byron Way, West Drayton, UB7 9JD

WHEN: Thursday 22nd September, 18:30 – 20:30

COST: FREE (Some drinks and refreshments on offer from the Com.Cafe)