Transition Stirling is an environmental charity focusing on helping the people of Stirlingshire transition to a more resilient sustainable way of living, providing a positive local response to climate change.
Transition Stirling's aim is to help Stirling, and surrounding communities, reduce the amount of waste sent to landfill, with initiatives such as a Tool Library, Repair Cafe events, Stirling Community Food, Wood Reuse scheme and a variety of educational workshops covering upcycling and repair of furniture and textiles, plus sessions on sustainable food. The project will also raise awareness of climate change and ways to make a positive difference through a series of events and Climate Conversation sessions.
Stirling Community Food Project, in partnership with The Kitchen at 44, is to help reduce food waste. Although it is often described as the Community Fridge, many fresh bakery goods and frozen foods can a...
A Tool Library works just like an ordinary library, except instead of borrowing books you can borrow all sorts of equipment. We have over 300 items in our tool library; from sewing machines and drills, & ...
Throughout the year we run a series of workshops. Workshops cover a broad range of topics which address issues of sustainability in Stirlingshire. To date they have included seasonal cooking, foraging, f...