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For someone like me, who doesn’t have a car, this is not practical and too time-consuming.Ideally, we should be able to do everything we need to (not just shopping, but also services and entertainment) in our own neighbourhood I believe.Organised by Carshalton Lavender, a community group that manages three acres of lavender fields in this area and puts on a big annual harvest for the public, it was a sort of speed-dating among lavender fields affair.
Dating Having tried websites like Guardian Soulmates and parship.com, and been to a couple of mind-numbingly crass speed dating affairs in a Mayfair bar, I think it is fair to say that I found the experience about as enjoyable as going to several job interviews in a row. With this in mind, I was quick to respond to an invitation to attend an eco-dating event held in Carshalton Beeches (a green and suburban part of South London) a few weeks ago.
Another thing you might want to look into is the Transition Towns movement.
It began in Totnes (Devon) as a way of preparing communities for life after oil, but there are now 100 towns and cities across the world, with 900 thinking of joining.
And, you won’t get sold anything either (a bonus, believe me).
Women with an interest in environmental issues should check out WISE (Women in Sustainability and the Environment) and WEN (Women’s Environmental Network), which has a network of more than 40 groups around the UK.