Abbots in Transition (formerly known as ALTTA) is looking forward to spring 2021 with new look web pages and plans to Get Abbots Growing.
The group of local people are working to make Abbots Langley a more sustainable, resilient and vibrant place to live.
It is part of the worldwide Transition Town network and has recently celebrated 10 years of local activity.
Over the last 10 years, the group has set up a community orchard at Primrose Hill, hosted community markets and film screenings in the Henderson Hall, started AutumnFest on School Mead, organised regular litter picks and played a key role developing the Neighbourhood Plan.
One of the groups key aims is to ‘Get Abbots Growing’ and provide support for local people who wish to grow their own fruit and veg.
Seedlings, plants, seeds and all things gardening are the focus of the next event being organised by the group, the second Abbots Langley Giveaway, which will take place on Saturday, April 24
Residents will be able to leave seedlings, plants, old tools and other giveaway items on tables in front of their houses, download a location map, and walk around the village to see what their neighbours are giving away.
Visit their new website at abbotsintransition.org for further tips on how to become a beginner gardener, details of events, and more information about Abbots in Transition.