Welcome to Transition Truro
Helping to build a resilient Truro that’s both planet and people friendly.
Responding to the global challenges of climate change, environmental damage, economic hardship and shrinking supplies of cheap energy.
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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Local Transition Groups in Truro and Falmouth welcome the good news reported recently in the local press that South West consumers are buying more local produce than this time last year, following a survey by Cornish Mutual. As the survey … Continue reading
Bruce says “The result of the poll regarding the dates was overwhelmingly for the 18th. I thus ask everyone to put the 18th in their diaries and think of a Yuletide food for the potluck.” 7.30pm. This only applies to … Continue reading
Chapel Lecture Theatre, Penryn Campus, Wednesday, 28th November A group of us went to see Rob Hopkins give a talk on Make Britain Imaginative Again. Excellent. Nearly a full house. To quote from the blurb: Rob Hopkins is the founder … Continue reading
“Most excellent and enjoyable day all round. Lots of interest in the “eco” area generally which also included Urban Buzz, Co-Cars and the Truro Cycling Campaign in addition to Plastic Free Truro. Useful contacts made, and the Bottle Top competition … Continue reading
Truro Day, with all the stalls and tents set out in Boscawen Park, went very well. Lovely weather. Lots of people. Here’s a photo of the Transition Truro tent sharing with Buglife, Penair Community Garden, garden tools repairs, information on … Continue reading
Come and see us at the Transition tent on Sunday, 9th September, Truro Day, in Boscawen Park from 12.30 onwards. Here’s our new leaflet or poster. And new ‘Projects’ poster. … Continue reading
Cornwall Council, Truro City Council and Truro Chamber of Commerce, Truro BID and Kenwyn Parish Council have appointed Lavigne Lonsdale and PBWC architects to help generate ideas to support “a thriving Truro”, both now and in the longer term, for … Continue reading
Volunteers needed! See here for more information… … Continue reading
One year on and the number of Co-cars ‘hire by the hour’ car club members in Cornwall continues to grow. To mark the anniversary Co-cars are providing a special offer to new members at an event on Lemon Quay on … Continue reading
Transition Groups in Falmouth and Truro are inviting locals and visitors to consider buying local whenever possible this Christmas, to help reduce carbon emissions and protect the environment, by using the Transition online Guide to Cornish food and drink sold … Continue reading