Would you like to help make Tring a more sustainable town?
Tring in Transition is a community-led group of volunteers that exists to strengthen the local economy, and reduce the town’s environmental impact. The aim is to build resilience for a future with a changing climate and where we have moved away from dependence on fossil fuel energy.
Tring in Transition is taking action so the town in which we live remains a vibrant place, both for now and into the future. The group is non-political, non-religious, non-profit and its aims are endorsed by Tring Town Council.
Tring in Transition is actively looking for people who would be interested in helping with two of its projects:
Duckmore Lane Community Food Garden is the result of the transformation of a derelict site into an environmentally friendly community garden – there are regular monthly gardening sessions and the produce is for all to share.
Plus, Tring in Transition is supporting the setting up of a Repair Shed or Repair Café in Tring as a community effort to fix things rather than binning them. This is a new project,which they hope to launch in October.