Transition Bristol is a volunteer-led initiative that has initiated, supported, enabled and inspired many neighbourhood and city-level resilience projects in Bristol.
Established in 2007 as a Limited Liability Company Registered by Guarantee, Transition Bristol and neighbourhood Transition Initiatives in the City helped create many projects that are now strongly established, including for example Shift Bristol, Bristol Pound, The Community Farm, Bristol Food Network, Bristol Energy Cooperative, Sims Hill Shared Harvest, Bristol Energy Network and the Whiteladies Road Farmers & Fair Trading Market.
The Transition Movement in Bristol in effect comprises hundreds if not thousands of people engaged in Transition-related actions in the City. As time has gone by many may not even be aware of the key role played by the Transition Movement in helping these projects to come into being. In 2017 the company was dissolved, and the Transition Bristol Initiative continues as a small team of volunteers, all of us involved in transition related activities. Our timeline shows just some of the many transition related events in the City. We have an active Facebook page, and you can email usThis group has been added to this site by the England Hub