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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.

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 Greenpeace Group

Find out what they are up to here. Durham Greenpeace Group raising awareness about fracking

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Durham Organic Gardeners Association

The local organic gardeners club that have a regular programme of talks and also organise an annual potato day where you can buy …

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Durham Quakers

Meet every Sunday morning in Allington House, the community centre on the Bailey in Durham City Centre.  Contact them.

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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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Durham Upcyclers

Let them give you creative ideas on how to reuse and repurpose items that may otherwise go to landfill.  Find them on …

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Ethical Societies Partnership

A University network of societies actively involved in green and ethical issues. They have a website here and a Facebook group here.

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Foodcycle

A local branch of a national organisation, they serve up food that would otherwise go to waste to those on low incomes …

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Freegle

Don’t throw it away, if it’s still useful give it away via Freegle. Durham is one of many groups in the North …

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