Projects come and go – here are a few things we have done in the past.
Want to revive one them? Please get in touch.
We planted wildflowers across Marlow to attract bees & butterflies, but also bring the community together.
We also sold small packets of seeds to people to sow in their gardens and hoped to be able to work with the local councils on a larger scale in different areas.
On Sunday 2nd April 2017 TTM & local residents cleared the verges & sowed wildflowers on the footpath that connects the two sections of Barnards Hill, starting at Terrington Hill. It was brilliant to see neighbours & families working together side by side.
Below are some photos of the wildflowers that we planted in April 2013.
Thermal Imaging Project
During the winter of 2011, Wycombe District Council loaned their thermal imaging camera to our group to take infra-red photos of local homes. The photographs showed where homes were losing heat.
Transition Town Marlow had a shared allotment in White Lodge, Marlow where you could learn how to grow vegetables, get fit or just get your hands muddy!