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Transition Bath Electric Bike Project Update

As you may recollect Transition Bath received a grant from BWCE at the start of the year to run a feasibility study for an electric bike commute to work project. The new project aims to encourage commuters in Bath to switch to cycling to work in preference to commuting short distances by car. The focus of […]

Bath University Biodegradable Microbead Research

Bath University develops biodegradable microbeads

Scientists and engineers from the University of Bath have developed biodegradable cellulose microbeads from a sustainable source that could potentially replace harmful plastic ones that contribute to ocean pollution. Plastic microbeads used in cosmetics and toothpastes have been leaching via our river systems into our oceans, being ingested by wildlife and entering the food chain. […]

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Crowd-sourcing of questions for the Transition Bath Hustings for the West of England Mayoral Elections on 4th May 2017

On Wednesday April 26th 2017 we will be holding our West of England Combined Authority Hustings for the prospective mayor for B&NES, Bristol and South Gloucestershire . In preparation we would like to crowd-source some questions for the event and would like your help. Please remember Transition Bath’s focus is on making Bath more sustainable […]

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Transition Bath is looking for new trustees

Following many years of service as trustees for which we are very grateful Ailsa Masterton and Paul Stansall who are stepping down from their roles. We are therefore looking for new trustees. The role involves meeting 2 to 4 times a year for about 2 hours, and ensures that Transition Bath meets its commitments as […]

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BWCE Community Fund grants (£45,000) deadline Friday 16th October

The BWCE Community Fund deadline for applications in Friday 16th October and has £45,000 to allocate to low carbon projects. This year there will be one headline £10,000 award to a particularly exciting and relevant project together with multiple grants of up to £5000. The geographical scope of the fund is the whole of Bath […]

What’s “guerrilla gardening” about?

We were inspired to start guerrilla gardening by a “guru”, Pam Warhurst of Incredible Edible Todmorden who came to talk to us back in 2011 about growing more food locally.  Since then, we’ve created sites at Vegmead in Hedgemead Park (which has its own Facebook page and Twitter account:  @vegmead), at Park Street, Gravel Walk and […]