Working to reduce our carbon footprint

Registered Charity No. 1164715


The Education Group has designed and delivered workshops on sustainable living to nearly 1000 local primary school pupils.

July 2015

Transition Portishead and Portishead in Bloom hold the third successful big picnic in Jubilee Park

Town Garden

School Workshops

Big Picnic


Big Picnic

Transition Portishead aims to help the people of Portishead work together as a community to adapt to a changing and uncertain future.


Last updated: 11 August 2016

September 2015

South West in Bloom awards town garden a Thriving Certificate

Community Benefit Fund

This year Low Carbon Gordano has donated £22,500 to the fund.

The Community Benefit Fund Committee has now awarded grants to seven community projects. Find details of this years project HERE


Town Garden

Vegetables will be grown in the six raised beds, and sowing of seeds and planting of seedlings has already begun.

Members of the Transition Team will be on hand to offer advice on ‘growing your own’ every Saturday between 9 April and 1 October.

10.00  a.m. - 11.30 a.m.

Come and talk to us.

Bring a fork and trowel if you would like to help.

Enjoy some fresh produce from June onwards.

 

Apple Harvest 2016

 

Apple pressing

Sat 8th Oct 11am to 1pm

Millennium Garden, St Peter’s Church

Bring your home grown apples and lots of clean bottles for the juice


Community Apple Harvest

Sun 9th Oct 11am to 3pm

Weston Moor Nature Reserve,

Weston-in-Gordano

Parking in field behind church

Collect apples on Avon Wildlife Trust Reserve

Bring collecting buckets & lots of clean bottles for juice

(Please bring your own apples for pressing as well)