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TTT Trashcachers Ed Milliband

 

A collection of publications I've authored or co-authored, and media coverage:

 

At Right Angles to the Real World, guest blog about Tooting Transition Shop for Transition Network, by Lucy Neal, June 2012

 

Tooting Transition Shop daily diary, on Transition Town Tooting blog, by Lucy Neal, June 2012

 

Taking Up Space Manifesto, by Naseem Khan OBE (Shoreditch, London), Lucy Neal OBE (Tooting, London), Clare Patey (Brixton, London), Jude Bloomfield (Hackney, London), Anna Ledgard (Bridport, Dorset), Julia Rowntree (Deptford, London), Lizzie Kessler (Winchester, Hampshire), Ruth Ben-Tovim, (Dartington, Devon). April 14th 2011

 

www.maryneal.org Mary Neal CBE (1860-1944) and the girls of The Esperance Club were the spirit and instigators of the early 20th Century's Folk Song and Dance Revival.

 

BBC Radio 4 Woman's Hour: Great Great Aunt Mary Neal, interview with Lucy Neal,

5 Feb 2009

 

BBC Radio 4 Dramatisation about Mary Neal - link to be added.

 

Guardian article re Mary Neal: Poverty knock:The traditionally male pastime of morris dancing has a secret history involving a suffragette and the slum girls of Victorian London. Lucy Neal investigates.  7 Feb 2009.

 

Time Out article re Mary Neal: Morris Day, by Lucy Neal. 5 Feb 2009

 

Rehearsing for a climate-changed future: practising not preaching for environmental accountability, by Zoe Svendsen (corresponding author), University of Cambridge (research fellow) and Lucy Neal (Transition Town, Tooting), Feb 2012

 

Sustainable Ability - Mapping the response to resource scarcity and climate change, best practice and barriers to greater response, by Lucy Neal OBE and Hilary Jennings, September 2010.  Commissioned by MMM.

 

Hand on the Tiller - link to be added.

 

The Turning World: Stories from the London International Festival of Theatre

by Rose de Wend Fenton and Lucy Neal.

With Rustom Bharucha, Lyn Gardner, Naseem Khan and Dragan Klaic, 2005.

Published by Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation.

Read first chapter here.

 

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