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Renewable energy and sustainability in the Peak Park.  Two posts from our latest public talk:  on how the the Peak Park’s planning operation is taking this on board, and resources to support this.  And on what the  Peak Park is doing  in its own operations.

Transition Hope Valley next meeting: Wednesday 15th March at The Anglers Rest in Bamford at 7.30 pm.  Everyone is welcome.

Transition Chesterfield: “Keeping the Lights on with renewable energy” – Tues 7th Feb, 7.30 – Saints Parish Centre, Chesterfield S41 7TD.

Concerned about a sustainable future ? 

So are the people who make up Transition Hope Valley. We are broadly based on the Transition Towns concept which will help to make the Hope Valley a more sustainable, self-sufficient and resilient community through events, workshops, re-skilling and raising awareness of local issues.

Since its inception in 2009, transition hope valley has been involved with a number of initiatives within the region, together which have brought together a wide range of people with a common aim, to develop a market and an interest in locally grown food and products.

If you want to know more, please contact us at transition hope valley and join in the creation of a greener and brighter Hope Valley.

 Hope Valley Apple Days- Pictures

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