Wednesday 04 May 2022
19:00 to 20:30

Join Kevin Bryan and Transition Southampton in the shop for this talk - we commence at 7pm, see you there!

Unlike Kevin’s talks on Biodiversity and Rewilding, this talk considers a specific local activity. Composting need not be difficult and is both useful to you and important for the environment.

The talk's focus is domestic garden and food waste. It explores bad 'advice' and good science.

Options for community domestic composting are also considered – some of which work far better than others.

Something for beginners and existing composters alike. Want to find out more? Come and join the conversation.

Want to find out more? Come and join the conversation.

Transition Southampton believes in a positive, sustainable, community imagined future. They work with local communities, organisations and local governments to create positive, sustainable, community-based solutions that tackle climate change and energy scarcity. They are part of the international Transition Network, and have a range of active and past projects across food, energy, waste, transport and the built environment.

Please register via Eventbrite for instructions to join and to help us manage numbers in the shop. We are operating with Covid caution here at October Books, so please respect your fellow attendees by maintaining some distance. We are requesting that people attending events/gatherings in the shop please wear a face covering - to ensure all people feel safe.

More info here

October Books, 189 Portswood Road