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.
as a Transition group we are not affiliated to any particular political party but of course this one has many overlapping aims and campaigns. Find them here.
Find out what they are up to here.
Durham Greenpeace Group raising awareness about fracking
Sensibly campaigning for new developments to be on brownfield sites first. Check them out here.
Makes a stand for phasing out nuclear weapons, ending international arms sales and honouring international peace treaties through education work, campaigning and peaceful protest. They meet monthly and would love to hear from you.
St John’s Church at Neville’s Cross organise an annual eco-festival in their grounds. It attracts many of the local environmental groups, so is a great event to find out more about what is going on locally, and you can also enjoy refreshments and entertainment from local choirs and musicians. They list details under the Special Events section of their website.
The Trust Pathways campaign was set up to commemorate the memory of Dr Graham Dietz (Durham University Business School). The objective is to create a fully integrated cycle pathways network across Durham City to encourage more people to cycle in safety off-road or via protected space alongside main roads.
You can visit their website here