Sarah Nicholl

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"Sarah Nicholl joined us as a trustee in March 2010. She is one of the organisers of Transition Belsize, in the North London Borough of Camden, where she is a member of the Steering group and currently coordinates the Arts group and co-runs the Food group.

"Since leaving Art College in 1997 Sarah has been working within the charitable, educational and environmental sectors, amongst other posts as a Youth worker and Youth Arts Coordinator. In 2007 Sarah joined the Gaia Foundation, an international environmental charity, where she was responsible for developing and running their Learning Centre. She continues to work at the Gaia Foundation as a Consultant.

"Sarah grows vegetables and herbs in the front garden, is fascinated and inspired by the optimistic possibilities of permaculture, forages for wild foods on Hampstead Heath, and is passionate about the potential for the arts to offer a transformative, interwoven journey through the transitioning process. She is dedicated to both learning and sharing skills and is working in the local community to promote and deliver practical, hands on workshops and events, including draught busting, local food growing & production, mending & sewing…"[1]


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  1. Transition Network Trustees, organizational web page, accessed March 27, 2014.