Transition South East: Putting The Fun Into Fundamental Change


Future of this website

Started by Mike Grenville in The Hive. Last reply by Martin Grimshaw Jun 25. 13 Replies

The future of SE Transition

Started by Carrie Cort in The Hive. Last reply by Martin Grimshaw Dec 11, 2013. 4 Replies

Interfaith Action on climate change

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In response to Climate Chaos and Peak Oil, Communities in SE England starting transition to a resilient low carbon life style together.

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Clare Ewins updated their profile
Klaudia van Gool posted an event

People Care Permaculture Intensive at High Heathercombe Centre, Dartmoor

December 1, 2014 at 5pm to December 7, 2014 at 3pm
Permaculture design for the self and our communities. This intensive residential course (which takes place over five full days) will enable participants to confidently apply Permaculture design tools to personal and social settings. Additionally, we will explore the role of nature connection in resourcing ourselves, our creativity and our design process.See More
Aug 25
Klaudia van Gool updated their profile
Aug 25
Klaudia van Gool is now a member of South East Transition Initiatives
Aug 23
karen stewart is attending Brighton Permaculture Trust's event

Apple Day at Stanmer at Stanmer Park

September 28, 2014 from 11am to 5pm
Our annual, free (car parking £5), family day, featuring masses of apple-themed activities, food & drink, storytelling, plays, music, apple identification and a wonderful range of stalls selling local produce and a lot more.  Not to be missed....See More
Aug 7
Martin Grimshaw replied to Mike Grenville's discussion Future of this website
"Thanks MikeI agree it is unfortunate timing, and I still feel that it is *potentially* a good resource to have - despite that use of the site has declined quite a bit.I think there are good reasons for that, and also that it is recoverable, but not…"
Jun 25
Mike Grenville replied to Mike Grenville's discussion Future of this website
"At the end of July 2014 this website is due for renewal. It costs £216 a year and we have to ask whether it is still serving a useful purpose or not. Transition Forest Row does not have the funds this year to pay for it so the money needs to…"
Jun 19
Transition Research Network posted an event

‘Do you know what difference are you making? at Lumen Centre

May 10, 2014 from 10am to 5pm
Free one-day workshops on Monitoring and Evaluation for Community groups Assessing your group’s impact can provide valuable intelligence to: improve your performance, motivate your volunteers and supporters, raise funds, spread your ideas, influence policy, and ensure accountability to stakeholders. The School of Geography and the Environment (University of Oxford), in partnership with Transition Network and the Low Carbon Communities Network, are holding free one-day  workshops to help your…See More
Apr 3

Blog Posts

Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) Regional Hub for South of England

Posted by Robert Simpson on September 13, 2013 at 11:38 0 Comments

Southern Region CSA Hub


Calling all CSAs - community or producer-led, established or developing - in the South of England and the London area!


You are invited to a gathering at Tablehurst Farm in East Sussex on Saturday, 19th October this autumn.


We will be meeting to set up a regional hub as part of the creation of a UK nationwide CSA Network. The new Network will serve to promote and support the movement into the…


Our Cuckmere Valley Journey

Posted by jane jones on June 21, 2013 at 11:27 0 Comments

 A bit of information about our valley.  the river Cuckmere divides our two villages, Litlington and Alfriston, but there are many more small hamlets not far away.  We are wealthy, surrounded by farmland (intensive) Church going, elderly, much tourism, relatively right wing and BAU everywhere.  Introducing Transition has not been easy.  I started with regular articles to the "Parish mag" (not sure how many read this) Then, distribution of Positive news and Litlington Little Library was…


Lovely tale of transition training in remote Amazonian communities

Posted by Martin Grimshaw on June 20, 2013 at 17:17 0 Comments

Lovely tale of transition training in remote Amazonian communities. Another example of the model being applied in widely different situations.…


Local, self-sufficient, optimistic: are Transition Towns the way forward? From The Guardian

Posted by Martin Grimshaw on June 19, 2013 at 18:38 0 Comments

Local, self-sufficient, optimistic: are Transition Towns the way forward?

Locally grown food, community-owned power stations, local currencies … can small-scale actions make a difference? Yes, according to the Transition…


Transition Network Newsletter - May 2013

Posted by Mike Grenville on May 3, 2013 at 9:33 0 Comments

Transition Network Newsletter - May 2013


New Delivery Director

As the first step in its planned restructure, Transition Network has appointed Sarah McAdam to the…


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