"... If we wait for the governments, it'll be too little, too late. If we act as individuals, it'll be too little. But if we act as communities, it might just be enough, just in time."  Rob Hopkins, Transition movement founder, in "What is a Transition Initiative?"

Over the years TTK has supported many groups, projects, events and activities with publicity, advice, the use of our bank account to hold their funds, and PL insurance cover. All our activities depend on volunteers to make them happen, and some have thrived long-term and continue to thrive, while others were short-term projects or have lapsed for various reasons. TTK is always open to, and supportive of, new or revived projects that will help our local community to transition to a more sustainable local life-style. Contact us via the website with your suggestions and offers, or come along to one of our monthly meetings to find out more or pitch an idea*.

You can calculate your person carbon footprint at https://www.carbonindependent.org/ - this will help you decide how best to reduce it.

Transition activities are grouped under several main themes, some overlapping, all to do with living more sustainably and resiliently. We hope that you will find something below that is interesting and/or useful and/or that you’d like to participate in.

* Would your idea for a new or revived Transition project, activity or event fit into this list of the kinds of activity we currently engage in and support (put together for insurance purposes:

Project organisers carry out risk assessments and provide H&S guidance and training as required. To advance its main purposes of encouraging local sustainability, resilience and community action against climate change, TTK offers the following projects and activities:
- Meetings, discussions, talks, stalls at community events (e g, TTK, Recycling Minds, Energy Group, Abundance)
- Practical workshops – creative and repair, with use of tools and equipment (e g, Repair Café, Recycling Minds)
- Advice and skill-sharing (e g, Repair Café, Energy Group)
- Repairs and upcycling – use of tools and equipment (e g, Repair Café, Recycling Minds)
- Gardening – use of tools, heavy lifting, harvesting (e g, Canbury Community Garden)
- Harvesting and juicing – use of and lifting equipment (e g, Abundance)
Altogether approximately 50 people (sometimes overlapping) might be active volunteers in the above + visitors, members of the public…