These groups are established by Transition Durham members through our co-ordinating group, which is called the Hub.
The Transition Durham Book Group meets approximately monthly. This is not an academic study group, the aim is to offer people the opportunity of mutual support in their thoughts and feelings about climate change, peak oil and transition towns. Continue reading →
The Durham Community Woodlands Network exists to facilitate communication and networking between the various community woodland projects and with people having an interest in community woodlands in the area. Continue reading →
Incredible Edible was conceived in 2007 by a like-minded group of individuals in Todmorden, West Yorkshire. This group wanted a way that everyone could help improve their own community.
The answer they came up with was food. Everyone understands food. Food could get people talking; even better, it could inspire people to take action.
There are now more than a hundred Incredible Edible groups in the UK, and globally it stretches from Canada to New Zealand. Continue reading →
The Durham Local Food Website includes a directory of over 60 local food businesses who have all had to pass our strict local food criteria. The team are currently building a map of local allotments onto the website. Continue reading →
The Outreach team coordinates Transition Durham’s communication tools: the website, email mailing list, our email addresses, our Facebook account and promotional material. Continue reading →
As part of our work in Durham we also work externally and explore the region for partnerships and allies. Continue reading →
The Research Working Group carries out and encourages research which can contribute to the projects and overall aims of Transition Durham, it also strives to maintain and promote greater links between local researchers and research institutes and Transition Durham. Continue reading →