This week Transition Brockley sadly lost one of its founding members, Fran Rogers. Anyone who met Fran will know that she was not only a very kind and caring person but one that never gave up and always had a great level of enthusiasm for whatever activity she was doing, providing an inspiration to many volunteers who have made a connection with the group. There were a number of projects and events that, without Fran may never have got off the ground or been as successful including the Edible Garden at Brockley Station, the Orchard at Hilly Fields and annual wassail at Hilly Fields, Brockley Gardenshare and Brockley Harvest to name but a few.
Whilst trawling through the Transition Brockley image archive there were many pictures of Fran which just goes to show how important she was to the group and to the community as a whole. Below are a selection of photos which we hope you enjoy and help us to remember Fran for the wonderful memories and energy she gave us. Please feel free to leave comments and we will be happy to pass on to her children.
|Fran looking very pleased at the first planting of the edible garden at Brockley Station.|
|Fran tending to plants at the new garden.|
|Apple juicing at One Tree Hill allotments, Honor Oak|
|Planting of trial meadow at the orchard in Hilly Fields|
|Picking apples in Brockley|
|Annual wassail at Hilly Fields Orchard during testing conditions!|
|Talking to local residents about Transition Brockley|
|First wassail at Hilly Fields with Fran holding up her own|
apple-themed version of 'We wish you a Merry Christmas'