beta Not logged in | Sign in | Register

Sustainable Dawlish

Last Updated: 152 days ago
9
650
There are 9 core group active members, including Councillor link representatives, who plan, organise, and take part in Events and a group of Sustainable Dawlish members who get involved according to their interests, plus a further group of Dawlish Residents who are kept informed of our activities via our mailing list, and also the wider public who take part.
2011
No
Unconstituted (a group of individuals)
Very Active
  • Community Growing
  • Other food projects
  • Nature
  • Community hub or activities
  • Festivals, fairs or events
  • Art / creativity
  • Community visioning / imagination work
  • Building local networks
  • Local economy or new economy projects
  • Wellbeing or Inner Transition
  • Share, Repair or reuse
  • Energy
  • Transport
We have a website giving information about our activities and events over time over time . A Facebook page recently set up, and a Farmer's Market Facebook page in order to promote the initiave further.

We are a not for profit Community group, guided by Transition principles. We provide Dawlish residents and visitors with encouragement and support necessary to make the transition to a low carbon, sustainable, ethical future. We organise activities to raise awareness of the issues associated with the challenges of Climate Change, and with continued use of Fossil Fuels and the consequent need to develop a low carbon, sustainable future through ethical, social, cultural, economic, environmental and community action which have included Seeds swaps, growing and sharing produce, developing a Dawlish Farmer’s Market, increasing biodiversity, holding Community Energy forums and Sustainable Transport initiatives, Clothes swaps, facilitating a Great Big Green week of Events in Dawlish delivered by ourselves and by partnership organisations and organising an annual Dawlish Walking Festival, complete with special interest walks to increase environmental appreciation, understanding, fitness and mental health.

Contact Sustainable Dawlish






    en_GBEN
    Skip to content