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Great Unleashing visions with 10th birthday visions in blueCategoryAction to take
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General
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I’m hoping to feel a lot less sceptical
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Feel safe
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All these ideas on tee-shirts from Brixton Market.
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Get everyone involved
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Talk to TT Peckham and Nunhead and help us and we’ll help you.
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‘Work that Reconnects’ support groups.
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No blame culture, inclusive solutions
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Honest living
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More equality
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Community
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Community leadership to reach people's heartsCommunity*?
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Green gyms clubCommunity* engage with Green Gym. Social prescribing, fitness through growing, Loughborough Farm.
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Street share (including skills)Community and sharing* explore Streetbank, Next Door Forum, local associations
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Community caring for individuals and kidsCommunity care*? and intergenerational dimension.
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Vibrant community spaces brought to life by neighbours, young and old, in every corner of LambethCommunity spaces* look at Papa's Park and other good examples. Bottle it and replicate
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Spaces for active connection in every ward/estateCommunity spaces, Language and communication*?
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Inclusive community for safetyCommunity, Youth and intergenerational, diversity.
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The Ritzy becomes the inclusive meeting space for all Brixton local groups as well as a movie theatre (owned shared by the people)
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These visions (and projects) on Tee-shirts sold in Brixton Market.
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Gates in garden walls. A team going round fitting gates between gardens. More neighbourliness.
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Make imaginative use of community spaces involving local residents.
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Community enterprise.
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Community tree fund
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Community waste management
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Community Housing
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Community Communication local internet
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Sheep grazing in Brockwell Park
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Monthly street parties to dance, cook, eat, play, drink together. Children and Games. No cars
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100% participatory budgetting.
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Community investment fund.
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Strengthen links between people – making it easier for people to speak with one another.
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Communities within communities
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Communities that exist to empower each other to be sustainable in all ways. – learn and act with neighbours.
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Local Street Groups
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Front garden sales by street
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Community tools exchange (gardening etc)
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Local street/neighbourhood Groups
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More green lanes, replacing roads, for walking, cycling, growing stuff, birds, and little baby hedgehogs.
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Strengthened links between people – making it easier for people to spark with one another.
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Communities that exists to empower each other to be sustainable in all ways – activate neighbours
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Sat 29 Nov is Buy Nothing Day
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Revive Brixton LETS
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Give lonely house-bound pensioners/older people useful local things to do/help/pass on skills
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More community activities
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Local money
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Less parking space
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Meeting places – for community skills exchange
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Holistic Communities
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More (enough) time to do NOTHING
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Electric car pool and (solar charged?) bicycle pool.
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Local Skills Exchange, Internet Network for Brixton
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Inter estate powered down music competition.
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I’d like to know my neighbours
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Less ego, More communication More cooperation
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The Land: discussion, questions/action/campaigning/legislation etc relating to specific projects and initiatives. Who owns it who controls planning, investment, what criteria to use, ending the speculative, market in Land.
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Street parties like New York’s block parties. Every year people sell/exchange on tables all along the street. Meet their neighbours.
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Youth and intergenerational
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Engaging younger peopleYoung and intergenerational*
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Youngsters confident enough to assert their individuality to build their own futureYouth and intergenerational*
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Envisioning for young peopleYouth and intergenerational*
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More youthYouth and intergenerational
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Confidence building for childrenYouth and intergenerational*
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Intergenerational child careYouth and intergenerational*
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Young people with autonomy living in a community they are fully contributing to and enjoyingYouth and intergenerational
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Young people living in freedom not fearYouth and intergenerational
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Active involvement of kids and teenagers in multi-generational groups working on practical projectsYouth and intergenerational, community spaces and projects*
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Celebration and Fun
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Transition dancing – once a monthcelebration and fun* more celebrations/parties/engage with Green Drinks, engage with party-makers, Crispin...
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Transition bands/talent contestcelebration and fun
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Outreach
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Engage local youth group like Whippersnappers in Brockwell Park
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An inclusive community of cultures, class and colours
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Whole community of Brixton
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More non-white faces in TTB
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Every knows about this and feels ownership and pride
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TTB information board – permanently up in a central visible place – so people can see the opportunities available.
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Green Events – get people together to celebrate community, creativity and eat nice local food.
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Positive local media. Brixton Broadcasting – Cooperative – BBC
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Exchange of gluts (food and resources)
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community sale to raise funds for community projects
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Skills exchange
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Economy and Businesses, Currency
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Decentralised currency, B£, tokenised social impactEconomy? Ask Guy what he means by this.
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Surviving without shoppingEconomy
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Transition jobs training centre/skills exchangeemployment and skills* vision this more. Connect with Able.global. Skills exchange at Impact Hub, Time banks.
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