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Organisations, businesses, projects and groups that are not formally associated with Transition Durham at the moment but we think they are doing great work and deserve some attention.

Alington House

A community hub on North Bailey in the centre of Durham City which hosts a range of interesting organisations and events, including some of …

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Bearpark Action Group

A group campaigning against crazy new road and housing developments on the western edge of Durham City.  Take a look at their …

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Brandon Community Garden

We were impressed by this community garden when we last visited, especially the solar powered rainwater harvesting system. You can visit their …

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Durham Co-Housing

The UK Co Housing Network defines co housing communities as intentional communities, created and run by their residents. Each household has a …

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Durham Spinners, Weavers and Dyers

They are always happy to share their skills including braiding, weaving on looms, tapestry weaving, spinning etc and members can borrow equipment …

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Friends of Flass Vale

This group manage a lovely woodland valley in the heart of Durham City (just up the end of Waddington Street) and are also …

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Our River Wear

Highlights the history and use of the River Wear today

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The Old Church Sacriston

This beautiful Victorian church is now a community venue run by friends of Transition, Janiece and Paul.  They have a cafe (check for …

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Woodcraft Folk Durham

A movement for children and young people that helps them learn to value our planet and each other.  Find them on Facebook …

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