Hi everyone,

I'm very pleased to tell you about some of Transition Cambridge's upcoming events. With the start of our new Grow Your Own Vegetables course approaching, and our various groups expanding, there are now more ways than ever to get involved!

Transition Cambridge News and Events

  • Learn how to Grow Your Own Vegetables (Book early to avoid disappointment!)
  • Help us to create the new Trumpington Hazel Platt
  • Film showing: Money as Debt
  • Find us at the Transition Cafe on Thursday the 19th, and meet the Education Group
  • Join our Awareness Raising Team and Help Spread the Word!

Related events this week:

  • An Opportunity to Help with Tree Planting
  • Learn how to Grow Your Own Vegetables

Learning to grow our own food is an important aspect in creating a sustainable future. This course is for all of you who have an interest in growing your own food, but simply lack the knowhow. You don't need to have your own plot or garden, just a willingness to learn and take part! For just £20 to cover costs, you get 8 lessons from experienced growers and a share of the produce that you will have helped to grow! Please book early to avoid disappointment. For more information and how to book please see

  • More help needed with the Trumpington Hazel Platt Project

Until recently this patch of land in Trumpington had lain deserted and full of debris. Many of you responded to our previous request for help, and the area has already begun to transform. The end result will be an orchard of hazelnut trees, together with an area for bee keeping. If you are interested in helping with this rewarding project, or if you have any questions, please contact Ceri or Dave J

  • Film Showing: "Money as Debt"

On Sunday 22 February, at 7pm, Mark and Mary will be watching and discussing the short movie Money As Debt and its implications for the recession and for Transition; they invite you to join them at 2A Brakcyn Road, CB1 3PL. Let Mark know if you're planning to come. There is space for about a dozen other visitors. Tea offered, biscuits welcomed.

  • Transition Cafe on Thursday the 19th, with Education Group Meeting

The Transition Cafe is open on alternate Thursdays. It is an opportunity to meet members of Transition Cambridge and like-minded people. On this particular evening the Transition Cambridge Education Group will also be holding a meeting there. As their name suggests, their focus is on the role of education as part of the transition movement. You are invited to sit in on their meeting, to get a better idea of the the group and maybe join.

  • Join our Awareness Raising Team and Help Spread the Word!

Cambridge is a big place, and we need your help to spread the word about peak oil, climate change and Transition Cambridge to as many people as possible. Essentially this means helping to run stalls in town and at events such as festivals, and perhaps helping to host events such as film showings. Please contact Jono if you think you may be interested in any of the above. Training is most certainly available if required, and registering your interest does not put you under any obligation.

  • Transition Events this month
    • 18 Feb - Knitting Circle, 7:30-9:30pm (more info here)
    • 19 Feb - Transition Café and Education Group meeting
    • 22 Feb - Film: Money As Debt, 7pm, 2a Brackyn Road
    • 2 March - Our Grow Your Own Vegetables course starts:
    • 5 March -Well-being group meeting

All our events are listed on the Events Coming up page and on our calendar of events .

Related event:

  • An Opportunity to help with Tree Planting

An opportunity to plant trees with your family & friends to help create a woodland better for wildlife. This will be at Byron's Pool in Cambridge. Tools are provided but please wear old warm clothes and stout footwear. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Refreshments will be provided. For more details and to book a place go to or e-mail ellis or telephone 01223 457367

Happy Transitioning!


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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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