Transition Sudbury and District is a sub-group set up in 2010 to raise awareness of the key issues centred around promoting initiatives, activities, projects and events to encourage sustainable living and reduction of carbon emissions.
Film shows, guided walks, visits to environmental schemes, debates on energy issues, swap shops are just a selection of the events and initiatives which have taken place through the Transition Group.
The Partnership has also supported a ‘Warmer Homes’ initiative, organised Eco-Fairs, an annual apple pressing day and encourages the use of green energy as much as possible.
By raising awareness and challenging obstacles to sustainable living within our community we can help reduce carbon emissions, the cost of living and also improve a wider understanding of the benefits associated with this way of thinking.
Currently, the Transition Group is offering a variety of skills-share classes, in subjects as wide-ranging as bread-making, basic cookery, chicken-keeping, composting and vegetable-growing.
There is an annual Christmas Wreath-making class and six-monthly swap shops, where unwanted household and garden items may be donated by residents, for those in need to take away.
This reduces items going to landfill and benefits others who will find a use for them.
To learn more about the Transition Group, its activities and how you can get involved, please get in touch using the details on the Contact Us page.