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Please support and share our Crowdfunder for a section of A170 verge path, segregated for cyclists and pedestrians.  It will be around 800m long, leading West from outside Kirkbymoorside Primary School to the first Kirkdale junction.  It is the first section of what will be a safe cycling route from Kirkbymoorside and Helmsley to Ryedale School, also connecting the communities of Nawton and Beadlam, and joining the two market towns. 
It is just a start, because Ryedale needs lots of safer paths for walking and cycling.  But it is really great to have made a start. 
Please SUPPORT and SHARE; together we are the power of Crowdfunder.
Thanks very much,
Helen Gundry

Here at Kirkbymoorside Environment Group (KMEG) we want to help put the Transition principles into action in practical ways in our community. (Click here for more information about the Transition Town philosophy.)

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

Click here to see an article on nature conservation (previously published in May 2020 in the NYMNP publication “Involved Extra”).

Check out the Useful Links page to find other interesting sites

Coming up…

The next KMEG meeting will be on Sunday 25th April, on Zoom. If you’d like to take part please contact June Emerson at KMEGadmin@phonecoop.coop to request a meeting link.

During the current lockdown many activities are on hold, but we are carrying on some activities on-line. Please contact KMEGadmin@phonecoop.coop to be added to our contact list.

Shopping guide

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.

Regular Events:
We look forward to having something to share with you here soon!

If there’s anything you’d like to ask or to tell us about, please contact us or come along to one of our meetings – you’ll be very welcome.

And if you have any new ideas for building our community or supporting our environment, bring them along!

transition2_logoClick 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.

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