Transition Town Telford an environmentally friendly charity based in Telford Shropshire UK
Following our Grow Local event and attendance at Wellington Midsummer Fayre season we will be attended various events thoughout Telford:,
A survey has been carried out of the various water courses and tributaries terminating in the river Severn. In the Telford area two or possibly three sites where found to be suitable for a micro hydro installation. We are proposing to develop at least one of these sites by installing a hydro power plant ‘(s).
The sites for the scheme are in the Coalbrookdale area, using the same water course used for the furnaces and forges during the industrial revolution. Various stakeholders will be involved with this project as it moves though the feasibility stage and hopefully onto the actual installation that will provide power for the local community.
To find out more go to our projects page.
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Last years Events
We currently run a garden share scheme. Where garden owners with unmanageable gardens, can allow part of it to be handed over to a keen gardener. So both may benefit from the proceeds. It may be the owner is no longer fit enough, or to busy to make us of their space and the budding gardener has a small or no garden and cannot find an allotment in their area.
To find out more go to our Food page
Garden share scheme
Transition Town Telford meet on the first Monday of every month, at the Small Woods Centre, Coalbrookdale, starting 6.45pm.
You are welcome to join us at any time or if you have a query contact us by email or telephone 01952 223266
Join us and help lower our local carbon footprint.
We hold meetings on the first Monday of every month at the Green Wood Centre in Coalbrookdale
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. For further details
New members wanted to help with local energy and growing food projects.
Our recent grow local event was a great success and something we can build on for future events
See press release and poster from this years event, which we hope to repeat next year