Welcome to Transition Truro
Helping to build a resilient Truro that’s both planet and people friendly.
We are holding regular meetings to enable local people to find out more about these issues and contribute knowledge and ideas – engaging the community in creatively developing sustainable solutions to all aspects of our lives.
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Phew! It’s out! The survey is now complete and in peoples inboxes awaiting the light! Having completed pre-surveys to gauge the kind of answers people might provide when questioned about the Top Ten Pledges, we looked at how we were … Continue reading
Here’s a nice video and other info and links on the page… quote “With over 50% of the population living in urban areas, the London Permablitz team is working hard to spread permaculture across the city, transforming community spaces and … Continue reading
In 2009, the Footsteps Project took place where networks of climate activists and scientists in Truro delivered a behavioural change campaign to support local and national delegates involved in the Copenhagen Climate Change Conference (COP15). We asked individuals and communities … Continue reading
Neighbouring group, Transition Penwith is hosting a major event, one of the Transition Network’s Roadshows, on Friday 6th and Saturday 7th February. Full details, including how to book, at http://transitionpenwith.org.uk/roadshow … Continue reading
When: Tue, 16 December, 19:30 – 23:00 Where: Vertigo, 15 St Marys Street, Truro, TR1 2AF Social gathering for LETS, Transition and other environmental groups in and around Truro and Falmouth. All welcome to meet chat and drink and find … Continue reading
We have produced a review of cycling provision in and around Truro (November 2013). The review was prompted by a consultation exercise carried out by Cormac in October/November 2013. Transition Truro and others were asked to feed into a feasibility study … Continue reading
Truro Eco Energy (TREE) have teamed up with local firm, Reflex Marine, with the aim of installing simple, but effective, energy saving measures for Truro householders. With a strong focus on providing energy efficiency services for housing in the UK … Continue reading
TREE is a group of local residents and parish councillors from Truro and surroundings, the aim of which is to reduce Truro’s carbon footprint, reduce fuel poverty and increase community involvement. www.truroecoenergy.wordpress.com or follow us on facebook … Continue reading
The second of our monthly community feast nights is on Tuesday 17th December from 7pm at Bosvigo School, Chapel Hill, Truro. The first one in November was a great success. So come along with some festive food and drink to … Continue reading
Welcome to the new Transition Truro website. It is adaptive so will work far better on mobile devices. All content on the old site has been moved across (forum posts have been converted to comments within the appropriate interest group). … Continue reading