Community Groups

Below is a list of climate change focused community groups in Nottingamshire and Derbyshire.

If you would like us to add details of you groups please fill in this short form.

Frack Free Nottinghamshire

Frack Free Notts is a non party political group that aims to prevent exploratory or extraction of shale gas / unconventional hydrocarbons within Nottinghamshire. We welcome anyone and everyone to get involved in the fight against fracking.

www.frackfreenotts.org.uk
info@frackfreenotts.org.uk
www.facebook.com/frackfreenottinghamshire
www.facebook.com/groups/frackfreenotts
Twitter: @FrackFreeNotts
 

Friends of the Peak District (CPRE)

We are the national park society for the Peak District and represent CPRE in the wider Peak. Our aim is working with the planning system to protect landscapes, tranquillity and promote a sustainable future for the countryside. We promote small scale renewables, especially micro hydro power, and oppose inappropriate energy sources such as shale gas. We cover the areas of High Peak; Peak District National Park; and the six northern parishes of NE Derbyshire.

www.friendsofthepeak.org.uk
info@friendsofthepeak.org.uk
We have an active Facebook page plus Twitter @FriendsofPeak

Greening Beeston

A group of local people are running this simple yet successful environmental campaign in Beeston. Our aim is to help residents reduce the amount of energy and water that they use, in order to save emissions of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere. We cover Beeston and the surrounding area.

http://greeninginbeeston.weebly.com/
janet@poliakoff.org.uk

Long Eaton and District 50+ Forum
Geographical area covered by your group: Erewash (Derbyshire)

We are one of fourteen 50+ Forums located throughout Derbyshire and supported by Derbyshire County Council.  We have two representatives on the DOPAG (Derbyshire Older Persons Advisory Group) and they elect two DOPAG representatives to serve on the EMLLF (East Midlands Later Life Forum) management committee.
LE&D 50+ Forum has nearly 1,000 members south of the A52 (NG10 postcode area) whilst our 'sister' organisation: Ilkeston & District 50+ Forum, with approximately 500 members, covers north of the A52 - both of us therefore embracing the Erewash Borough Council catchment area.

We are based in the DCC Long Eaton public library, NG10 1JG.

www.lead50plus.com
longeaton50plus@yahoo.co.uk

Pedals (Nottingham Cycling Campaign)

The cycling campaigning group for the Greater Nottingham area. We work across Greater Nottingham, i.e. Nottingham City, Broxtowe, Rushcliffe and Gedling Boroughs.
www.pedals.org.uk
contact@pedals.org.uk

Serpentine Community Farm

Serpentine Community Farm aims to restore a derelict Council greenhouse area in Buxton for community use in production and education. Serpentine Community Farm will be a resource for local people to develop horticultural 
skills, grow food intensively but sustainably in a range of micro-environments, and will be a venue for formal and informal training for the whole community. When complete the project will showcase all aspects of the sustainable food cycle from growing, to preserving, to cooking and finally to dealing with waste. We welcome volunteers: check our website for dates and times.

www.serpentinecommunityfarm.org

serpentinecommunityfarm@gmail.com
Twitter : @SerpentineFarm
www.facebook.com/serpentineprojectbuxton
 

Transition Buxton

A group of people working together to build our community and economic resilience as we make the transition to a sustainable lifestyle. We meet monthly on the second Tuesday of the month 7:30pm at Pooles Cavern 
School Room. Our offspring Serpentine Community Farm is also in Buxton and going strong.
Please follow us on Twitter and Facebook. We cover the area of Buxton, Derbyshire SK17.

www.transitionbuxton.co.uk
contact@transitionbuxton.co.uk

Transition Hope Valley

We are members of the Transition Movement working to create more sustainable communities in the Hope Valley. Reducing our impact on the climate and preparing for its ineveitable effects are a core part of our work. We run festivals and speaker events as well as developing carbon reduction initiatives. We cover The Hope Valley from Edale to Calver.

https://transhopevalley.wordpress.com
hughesonline@btinternet.com