Here at Kirkbymoorside Environment Group (KMEG) we want to help put the Transition principles into action in practical ways in our community.
That means using some of our spare time, energy and skills in activities that support:
- local food production
- local energy generation
- waste reduction
- reuse of unwanted materials
- sustainable transport
- protecting the natural environment
- and a thriving local community less dependent on fossil fuels
You can find out more about what we’re doing in and around Kirkby by following the links at the top – that includes our famous Give or Take Days, Repair Café, and don’t forget to take a look at the local shopping guide:
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Find out where heat is escaping from your home.
To fix a good time for us to call round with the camera phone 01751 798614 or email Helen Gundry at email@example.com. For information about the camera & thermal imaging check out this link
KMEG Kirkbymoorside Cycle Track selected for Co-op Good Causes
Anyone living within 15 miles of Kirkbymoorside Co-op Food store, please vote on-line for our KMEG cycle track fundraising by going to https://membership.coop.co.uk/causes. You have to have a Co-op membership account but it is easy to join and dividends are shared between yourself and your project choice. Thank you!
And if you have any new ideas for building our community or supporting our environment, bring them along!
Click this icon if you’d like to find out more about the Transition movement – it will take you to the Transition Network website in a new window. At the foot of this page you’ll also find some links to environmentally-themed sites, including a blog by Rob Hopkins, a leading light in the Transition world.
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