Get Moving!

A new project run by Active Derbyshire and High Peak Borough Council will help make our community stronger and healthier, contributing to our shared ‘New Mills 2030’ vision. This aims to try and bring more movement into the day to day lives of the residents of New Mills. They’re interested in supporting more traditional sports andContinue reading “Get Moving!”

Join the Community Conversation!

New Mills Town Council have declared a climate and ecological emergency. Transition New Mills is pleased to be in partnership with the Town Council to take this forward; come and be part of the conversation to explore what this means for you and your community. New Mills Town Hall, Saturday 7th March, 10am-4pm New MillsContinue reading “Join the Community Conversation!”

Another type of Manifesto

The New Mills Transition Reading Group meets monthly in someone’s home to discuss a book or, occasionally, to watch a film/video or host a speaker. Last month we discussed Derbyshire County Council’s Carbon Reduction Manifesto which was published in May 2019. There was a lively discussion critiquing the Manifesto – Overall it was seen asContinue reading “Another type of Manifesto”

Discussion Group: The Impact of Eating

The New Mills Transition Reading Group meets monthly in someone’s home to discuss a book or, occasionally, to watch a film/video or host a speaker. At the September meeting we discussed George Monbiot’s article in the Guardian on 9th August, ‘Here’s the true cost of eating meat. It’s worse than you think’ together with theContinue reading “Discussion Group: The Impact of Eating”

Prisoners of Geography: Discussion Group

The New Mills Transition Reading Group meets monthly in someone’s home to discuss a book or, occasionally, to watch a film/video or host a speaker. This month’s book was Prisoners of Geography by Tim Marshall published by Elliott and Thompson Limited. The subtitle of the book is ‘Ten maps that tell you everything you needContinue reading “Prisoners of Geography: Discussion Group”