Transition Derry

Tackling Peak Oil, Climate Change and Economic Breakdown

A Transition Omagh workshop led by

Judith Hoad, Author, Environmentalist

and Herbalist

 

“Domestically we should get rid of every chemical in our homes, not just in household cleaning materials but in shampoos, hand-washing gels, air fresheners, or anything that’s artificially scented.  Most contain dangerous carcinogens which damage the brain irretrievably.    Alternatives are available, simple things such as home baking soda, lemons or vinegar. Whole families are being affected adversely by these additives and children are developing allergies because their bodies are telling them they can’t tolerate such things....”  Judith Hoad

 

Saturday 7 May 2011

 

2.00pm sharp – 5.00pm

 

Greystone Farm, Newtownstewart

 

Cost £15 per person (minimum of 10 people required)

 

A £5 deposit is essential to confirm your booking; cheques to be made payable to “Transition Omagh”

 

Please post or deliver to Katie Rutledge, Greystone Farm,

9 Liscable Road, Newtownstewart, BT78 4EF

 

Tel: 075 9021 0180 for directions and information

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