Who we are
Transition Llambed is a branch of the Transition Network, a movement of communities uniting to build a sustainable future. Working together as a community, we can unleash our collective genius to have a greater impact together than we can as individuals.
The name Transition Llambed is both a combination of the English word Transition and the colloquialism ‘Llambed’ which is the informal name for Lampeter. Transition Llambed was launched in 2007 following a packed meeting at which Rob Hopkins spoke. Since then we have gained various grants, developed an Energy Descent Action Plan, hosted numerous films and discussions, workshops and other awareness-raising events. (Read More)
Our vision is to develop and promote positive possibilities by using creative ways to engage and involve people in building resilient communities. In the process we introduce communities to alternative ways to create a sustainable future without the use of fossil fuels.
For more information about the Transition Network, please visit their site: transitionnetwork.org
To get in touch, use the contact form here. We are a small team of volunteers, and will answer your email enquiry as soon as we can.
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