From September to November, volunteers harvest fruit from back gardens and public land that would otherwise be wasted, and share it with the community.

Early each year, the opportunity to buy a wide variety of seed potatoes at low prices, encouraging people to grow their own food.

For up to date information and details of online ordering for 2020 please look at the website:  www.potatoday.org.uk

Previous projects:

People bring broken household items and a team of volunteers with fixing skills see if they can be repaired rather than discarded to end up at a landfill site.

Our drama group have developed a ‘street theatre’ production on insulating a home. This has been created, scripted, props made and performed by a group of our members.

Skillshare workshops are small, informal sessions on useful skills for a sustainable world, such as wild food foraging, chicken keeping, bicycle maintenance, food preservation, wine making and more.

A monthly series of informative and fun ‘Grow Your Own’ events have been booked for the second half of 2015. They will all take place in town on Monday evenings. Email: info@transitionchesterfield.org.uk for further information.