Welcome to Transition Chesterfield! We're an inspiring community group aiming to make Chesterfield more resilient and sustainable. We want to create positive local solutions to the twin challenges of 'peak oil' and climate change, and make our town a better place to live. You can catch up on our latest news on this home page, or have a look round the rest of the website to to find out about upcoming events, general background, useful links, contact details and more.

New Website

Our new website is at: www.transitionchesterfield.org

This site will not be updated again.

At the end of the year it will be closed down and this web address will produce the new website!

New Website for Transition Chesterfield

The current website will be 'frozen' from 20th June 2015 as we launch the new website at the AGM. The content of this site will be available for a limited time afterwards, in case anyone wishes to see anything available here.

Repair Cafe

On June 13th we will be holding a Repair Cafe at the Loundsley Green Fun Day, at the Community Centre. If you've household items that aren't working but you think should be repairable, bring them along and our team of volunteers will try to fix them.

Rother Grow Your Health Event!

You are invited to this family event at Hunloke Community Garden on Sunday 31st May 2015 from 12noon to 3pm.

FREE FOOD - Find out about eating healthily and cheaply - try our tasty recipes!

Find out how we can help you grow or share your garden.

FREE PLANTS - Come and pot your own plants to grow at home!

Fun activities for children

Lots of activities for all!

 

April's Open Meeting

We normally hold our monthly meetings on the second Thursday of the month, but April's will be on the third instead, so the 16th. It will be at Lisa's Home, 87 Newbold Back Lane, Chesterfield S40 4HH. We'll be starting at 7 and finishing by 9.

Potato Day video

The video of this years Potato Day, which shows some of the behind-the-scenes work that goes into it, is at: https://youtu.be/15vnjFf4HdQ. We're hugely grateful to everyone who helps, in whatever capacity - without you the event wouldn't be the continuing success it is.

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