How to get involved

We are very informal and there are different ways to get involved. The subgroups run largely independently and we have monthly hub meetings where representatives from each group coordinate activities.

  • Say hello to any of the subgroups or projects which interest you (listed under "What we do" above or in the main menu) - for the different groups and projects.
  • Come along to one of our events to meet some of us in person (sign up to our fortnightly bulletin, so that you can keep up with our activities)
  • Otherwise e-mail us and tell us what you have in mind. Do you have a skill you'd like to offer, or an idea for a project or event? We'll do our best to support you and put you in touch with others who are interested in the same topic.

Here is a list of the Groups and Projects so you can see an overview of what we do (we will try to update this soon).

If you would like to show a transition film in your street or local area we can lend you the DVDs and come along to support you! Here is a list of films available to borrow.

There are often specific tasks which we need help with (here are some of the things we could do with help with at the moment)

And there are always new things that we'd love if someone would like to get them started (listed here).

You can find out more about the Transition movement by looking at the Transition Towns website, the Transition Network web-site. The Transition Primer is also a very good place to start, as is Rob Hopkins' book, "The Transition Handbook" (we can sell you one at a discount price of 12). There's also the "Who we are and what we do" document (0.5MB pdf), which gives a concise summary of the objectives and ways of working of Transition.

Our Mission

Transition Cambridge aims to help Cambridge make the transition to ways of life that are more resilient in the face of rising energy prices and a changing climate.

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