Transition Newton Abbot News
All our events are now posted on our Facebook page.
Interested in the things we do? Find out about how you can get involved!
Transition Newton Abbot is joining the Newton Abbot Plastic Free Campaign
We want to hear from everyone that wants to join us and take part in the campaign. Please contact us if you wish to take part.
There are many ways to get involved – organising plastic free events near you, taking part in litter picking, contacting shops to reduce/ stop the use of single use plastics, promote the Refill Devon campaign, engage with local schools and community groups.
To see what we are doing visit us on Facebook.
For more information on plastics see here.
TNA took a stall at Newton Abbot Market on Saturday December 8th to highlight the problem of plastic pollution. For more about the stall and tips on the plastic free home Read more…
Changing with the Seasons. This edition includes details about our brand new website design, Community Garden development, Incredible Vegetables, and TECs success!
28th April 2016
We’ve got some good news: the Community Garden path is finally finished, and it looks really good!
Spring is here! This edition includes details about our film evening, the opening of Golden Lion Square, and another update about the Teign Energy Communities (TECs) Share Offer.
Growing plans! This edition includes details about our plans for the Community Garden in 2016, and information about the Teign Energy Communities (TECs) Share Offer.
2nd March 2016
Volunteers are continuing to work hard at the Community Garden. Plans are being made for growing vegetables, adding features to the Garden, and hosting activities throughout the year!
A good start to 2016! This edition contains a summary of TNA news in January, information about investing in Teign Energy Communities (TECs), and more!
19th January 2016
The Book Group met up to discuss Feral, by George Monbiot.
How many of us sometimes feel that we are seeking to find our way into a wider space beyond? Feral is the gripping story of George Monbiot’s efforts to re-engage with nature and discover a new way of living. He shows how, by restoring and rewilding our damaged ecosystems on land and at sea, we can bring wonder back into our lives.
Happy New Year! This is the first edition of our updated Newsletter, and includes news about the Christmas Fayre, Teign Energy Communities (TECs), and COP21!