Tag Archives: Lincolnshire Poacher

Transition Forest Fields focus group

On the evening of Thursday 10th June Transition Forest Fields had a focus group meeting in the Poacher with Amanda Smith, of Transition Sneinton & St. Ann’s and the Transition Nottingham Support Group, as well as Nottingham Trent University, as … Continue reading

Posted in ecology, events, local, meetings, pub visits, Transition, Transition Forest Fields, Transition Nottingham | Tagged , , , , , , | 2 Comments

NPN Moot / Living Local meeting

On Wednesday 26th May I had an interesting evening in the Poacher – the pub where I’d been only the previous night – attending two different meetings at once. The Nottingham Pagan Network was having its monthly moot in one … Continue reading

Posted in ecology, events, Living Local, local, meetings, Nottingham Pagan Network, paganism, pub visits, real ale, Transition | Tagged , , , , , , | Leave a comment

ASD Book Group for May

We had the Nottingham ASD Book group meeting for May on Tuesday 25th, in the Lincolnshire Poacher. The book was Thinking in Pictures by Temple Grandin, one of the first autobiographies to be written by someone with an autistic condition. … Continue reading

Posted in ASD, events, local, meetings, Nottingham ASD Book Group, pub visits | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

Nottingham ASD Book Group, April ’10

On Thursday 29th April the Nottingham ASD Book Group had its meeting for April, in the Lincolnshire Poacher as with the NPN moot the previous night, but this time in the room upstairs that can be rented for free. Only … Continue reading

Posted in ASD, local, meetings, Nottingham ASD Book Group, pub visits | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment

Nottingham Pagan Network moot, April ’10

On Wednesday 28th April the Nottingham Pagan Network had its moot for that month, the first in a series of meetings regularly in the Lincolnshire Poacher on Mansfield Road. It was quite well attended; we sat out in the conservatory … Continue reading

Posted in events, local, Nottingham Pagan Network, paganism, pub visits, social events | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment