Transition Stirling

Transition Stirling

About Transition Stirling

Unit 12 Stirling Arcade, Stirling FK8 1AX
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We are a friendly group of people who like to share practical skills as part of a small-scale local response to the global challenges of climate change, economic hardship and shrinking supplies of cheap energy. Transition Stirling was formed in October 2009 and is a community group for people who want to work on positive solutions to the problems the Stirling area will face in the future due to rising oil prices and climate change.

One of the main ideas of the Transition movement is to bring back skills which have been lost during the era of cheap oil. In the strong resilient communities of the future people will need to build things, repair things, make their own clothing, grow food etc.

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The John Damien Lecture 2018
Join us on campus at the University of Stirling as Professor Susan E. Gathercole FBA OBE delivers our 2018 John Damien Lecture.
MoSSFest – Science Festival
Join us for a FREE day of science fun when the Middle of Scotland Science Festival returns to Mugdock on 30th September!
Legion by Rough Castle Experiences
Join Rough Castle Experiences for a magical sound and light family adventure taking you back in time at their first event “Legion”, a family event like no other!
Soul Shapes with Marshall Jefferson
Soul Steak and Shapes are celebrating 3 years in October and are making it a special one by bringing the Godfather of House, Marshall Jefferson, to Stirling on 6th October.
Nirvana Unplugged Experience
Relive Nirvana’s legendary 1993 performance as Edinburgh-based singer Ewan Mackenna and a talented band pay homage to MTV Unplugged’s most famous concert.

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