Transition Towns Near to Cardiff

Here is a list of Transition Town groups and other Food/Housing/Renewable Community Co-Operative nearby to Cardiff Transition. If you have a Transition group established nearby – please do inform us and we’d be more than happy to add your details to this list. We strongly encourage information and network sharing across all Transition groups in UK. Please use the main TRANSITION NETWORK group finder to find a more in-depth national record of all the amazing Transition groups listed across UK.

Alphabetically:

Bristol
Gloucestershire
Monmouth
Newport (Gwent)
Somerset
South Wales Valleys
Swansea
Wiltshire
Vale of Glamorgan

1 – Bristol

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2 – Gloucestershire

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3 – Monmouth

The Abergavenny Transition Town: We are a group of local people concerned to make Abergavenny and its surrounding area more resilient in the face of changing climate and physical and financial resources. We recognise that this affects everyone in the community and that everyone can be part of the solution.

We have active sub-groups preparing action plans in the areas of energy, food, transport, awareness raising and mapping.

We aim to make Abergavenny a carbon neutral town in 20 years.

Transition Chepstow aims to help create a more resilient, low-carbon, socially just and healthier future for our community in response to a changing climate, resource depletion, rising energy costs and growing inequality. To see what we are doing, please check out the projects page, or events. We welcome all our Chepstow neighbours to get involved, make your voice heard and make Chepstow a Transition Town!

Please connect to their Facebook and Twitter pages.

4 – Newport (Gwent)

The Sustainable Pill and District please check out  their main Transition Network Link, Facebook Link and Twitter link.

5 – Somerset

The Somerset Co-Operative Community Land Trust was established as a new co-operative society working to address the chronic shortage of affordable sustainable housing in Somerset, at the same time as creating incubators for new and growing community enterprises. We place tenants at the heart of our governance structure, so that the land trust is always accountable to its intended beneficiaries. At the same time, any Somerset resident can join and have a say in how the society is run; people outside the traditional county can also join, with limited voting rights. Download our leaflet for more information.

If you’d like to know more about the services available in our shop, why not visit the Somerset Co-operative Hub website?

Sustainable Weston: Weston-super-Mare 12.49 mi  Please check out  their main Transition Network Link, Facebook Link and Twitter link.

Clevedon Transition in Clevedon 14.12 mi Please check out  their main Transition Network Link, Facebook Link and Twitter link.

Transition Portishead: Established in 2009 – Transition Portishead have had a very positive influence by the community in helping its locality become more sustainable. Check out Portishead Transitions pages on Facebook.

Transition Wrington: is based in North Somerset – Contact: transition@transition-wrington.org.uk  Please check out  their main Transition Network Link, Facebook Link and Twitter link.

Nailsea: Please check out  their main Transition Network Link, Facebook Link and Twitter link.

Backwell Transition  Please check out  their main Transition Network Link, Facebook Link and Twitter link.

6 – South Wales Valleys

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Caerphilly Transition:

Caerphilly 6.85 mi

Please check out  their main Transition Network Link, Facebook Link and Twitter link.

7 – Swansea

The Transition Swansea: We are a group of individuals in Swansea  who are aware of two significant challenges which will affect all our lives. These are peak oil and climate change.  We believe these issues require us to work together to relocalise and establish resilience. Please add a like to our Facebook page.

8 – Wiltshire

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9 – Vale of Glamorgan

The Transition Llantwit: The  Llantwit Major 10.41 mi

Please check out  their main Transition Network Link, Facebook Link and Twitter link.

Cowbridge Hub:Please do check out Cowbridge Hub’s pages on Facebook and Twitter.

 

 

 

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