Vennel Bed 2016 – Healthy Eating, Healthy Planet

This year our gardening volunteers have created a high street flower bed at the Vennel with the message ‘Healthy Eating, Healthy Planet’. Food accounts for about a third of our carbon footprint, so it’s really important to consider what we eat and where it comes from, and also to save money by not wasting it.… Read More »

TL Annual Report 2015-16

Here’s a link to TL’s annual report for 2015-16 from the chair. A summary of our annual finances are available upon request or historical information can be seen on the charity commission’s website. OSCR Thanks to all who attended our AGM on Mon 30th May 2016. New trustees for 2016-2017 are : Pamela, Alan, Allan,… Read More »

TL General Meeting – Air Quality Focus

The next General Meeting of Transition Linlithgow will take place on 30th March, starting 7:30pm in the function suite of the Star and Garter Hotel. West Lothian Council are in a consultation phase for a new Air Quality Management Zone for the town and Paul Couper, Environmental Health Officer will be along to explain what… Read More »

Air Quality and Active Travel

Two focus themes for our February meeting. On Monday 29th Feb we’ll start a bit earlier than normal – 6:30pm at Tesco’s and walk along the High Street discussing issues for pedestrians, cyclists and air quality too. The walk will hopefully end at 7:30pm at The Black Bitch Pub, where a meeting will then take… Read More »

Climate Reality – A presentation by Jess Pepper

Please join us as we listen to Jess Pepper, one of Al Gore’s Climate Reality Leaders, on Thursday Nov 12th starting at 7:30pm in the function suite of the Star and Garter Hotel. The event is free and we’ll follow her talk with a Q&A session and also have some stalls showing the excellent progress… Read More »

Vennel Display and COP21 – The Connection

This year, we’ve opted to plant up the flower bed at the Vennel to highlight the forthcoming United Nations Climate Change Conference UNCCC (#COP21) in Paris 2015. Dec. 11th is the deadline date for reaching a new international agreement on policies which will restrict global average atmospheric temperatures rising above 2DegC by 2100. Right now,… Read More »