Express Yourself!

We’re on the lookout for more authors and contributors to this blog. We’d like to open up this forum and make it a vibrant focus for members and supporters of Transition New Mills.

We are living in transformative times for our world and everyone has new perspectives to offer, whether these are ideas for new Transition projects, a book, TV or film review, or just something you want to get off your chest.

Blogs can be as long as you like and it’s not important to be a Booker prize winner to be able to express your opinion. All we’re after is something relevant to Transition, even if only tangentially. This could be related to the challenges we face as a species, potential solutions, or a blog from the heart on how you feel about the way things are going.

Don’t feel you have to make any commitments to this, either – we won’t make any demands that you write with any particular frequency – you may only have one blog in you!

We’re also open to ideas for contributors who may have something to say to us as a community even if they’re not directly connected to New Mills. So please do forward this message to anyone you know who may be interested in writing something for us.

So, if you’d like to give this a go and/or if you’d like to talk this over with someone on the Steering Group, get in touch. And express yourself!

Published by Michael Daw

When working for Manchester Met University, I'm responsible for facilitating strategic relationships with businesses and other external organisations. When doing Transition New Mills, I'm on the Steering Committee and facilitating the Energy Action Group.

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