Transition Lavenham is a member of the Transition Network.
What does Transition Network do?
Transition Network is a charitable organisation whose role is to inspire, encourage, connect, support and train communities as they self-organise around the Transition model, creating initiatives that rebuild resilience and reduce CO2 emissions. Ultimately it’s about creating a healthy human culture, one that meets our needs for community, livelihoods and fun. The Transition movement has grown from just two groups in 2006 (Kinsale, Ireland and Totnes, England) to over 1,107 initiatives in more than 43 countries across the world in 2013
Transition Lavenham CIC is registered as a Community Interest Company. It was launched on 18 November 2008 with the long-term aim of making Lavenham more self-sufficient in energy supplies, local food growing and services.
Transition Lavenham is a member of the Transition Network. and is a a community-based response to the twin challenges of peak oil and climate change. Its premise is that communities must do something for themselves to accommodate these changes.
In a response to peak oil and climate change it promotes renewable energy and urges better house insulation for affordability of living.
Registered office: Lavenham Village Hall, Church Street, Lavenham, Suffolk, CO10 9QT