Welcome to Transition Falmouth
“Live lightly on this world as we only have the one. Stop over producing and stop making people live such hard lives, just to earn a crust. We are aiming for right livelihoods and creative solutions. Keep it local and simple; appropriate and as gentle as can be.” – Kate O, TF Veteran
Please note that due to the Covid-19 pandemic our meetings are currently held online
Too Good to Waste Circular Economy View Our Local Food Guide
Engaging the community in designing a vibrant low energy future for Falmouth and the surrounding area to face the twin challenges posed by Peak Oil and Climate Change.
Please join us and participate in the process.
A few words of gratitude to the retailers and initiatives in our Local Food Guide for being so resourceful and resilient in keeping us supplied and the local economy thriving during the Covid pandemic. We have been keeping a watchful … Continue reading
The Cornwall Bicycle Project got in touch with us about their free funded activities for adults in the Falmouth area to help get people back outside and getting active after 29th March which we are very happy to promote: www.thecornwallbicycleproject.co.uk … Continue reading
The State of Nature Cornwall 2020 is the title of a new report, due to be published in full in the Spring of this year. Produced by Cornwall Wildlife Trust in conjunction with Cornwall Council and the University of Exeter, … Continue reading
During the pandemic we have been keeping busy developing a small number of projects and pursuing other activities. Our regular monthly meetings continue online using Zoom every second Thursday in the month from 5:30pm, sign up to our discussion list … Continue reading
Here at Transition Falmouth we continue to feel love and gratitude for Kate’s presence in our lives and remember her wonderful qualities as a friend and co-operator on many community projects over the years. There is a wonderful tribute site … Continue reading
As mentioned in last month’s article Transition Falmouth has now launched its guide to local good practice. Entitled “Too Good to Waste” it builds on some initial work by Circular Falmouth. Covering principally the Falmouth, Penryn and Truro area, this … Continue reading
In previous articles on this website and elsewhere readers may have noticed various references to the term “the circular economy“. So what exactly does this mean? One official definition appears on the WRAP website which states that the circular economy … Continue reading
In a previous article posted on our website in June, we took a look at home composting, and highlighted good practice, along with concerns over the sustainable disposal of various forms of single-use plastic packaging, which often come with confusing … Continue reading
‘A Fair and Just Future for Cornwall’ brings together 21 key stakeholders from across business, faith and the voluntary sector, all of whom articulate their own particular vision of a better future for Cornwall as we emerge from lockdown. There … Continue reading
As the Country begins to ‘re-open’ after 3 months of ‘lockdown’ and the talk is of bouncing back to normal, many people and groups are concerned that this is not such a good idea. We now have a real opportunity … Continue reading