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.
For more information about the Transition Network, please visit their site: transitionnetwork.org
Our page on their site is: https://transitioninitiative.org/initiatives/transition-llambed-lampeter/
Since Transition Llambed was launched in 2008, many Transition-related initiatives have arisen out of cross-fertilisation with Lampeter Permaculture Group. After our screening of the inspirational film Demain (“Tomorrow”) and a relaunch meeting in June 2017, there has been renewed interest. Here are some of the things we are actively working on at present.
We would love to meet you if you are interested in any of them – you can sign up to the Transition email list to find out more, or come along to the People’s Market (2nd and 4th Saturday of the month, 10am – 1pm) where we have a stall. You can also contact us by email on firstname.lastname@example.org
Cysylltwch â ni hefyd, os ydych chi eisiau helpu ni i ddefnyddio’r Gymraeg yn fwy yn yr hyn a wnawn.
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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The only personal information Transition Llambed will hold is your email address, with your permission. We will only use this to inform you of events and occasionally of other Transition-related information. We will not pass your information on to any third party. Emails we receive from you will be deleted after a maximum period of three months unless they form part of an ongoing conversation, in which case they will be retained so long as the issue is still active.