Hertford has many local initiatives, many of which have been started or are supported or run by Transition Hertford members. A selection of these initiatives are below:
Sele Road Lovely Grub Garden - A Community Garden Group established by Transition Hertford in conjunction with Sele Road residents,
Hertford Energy Now - Hertford Energy Now is a not-for profit organisation which has brought the first community-owned power generating scheme to East Herts. To do this, we organised the finance for an array of solar PV panels which have been mounted on Mill Mead School in Port Vale, Hertford. UPDATE: as of July 12th HEN has a new community share offer open to buy solar panels for 2 schools: Morgans primary in Hertford and Hunsdon JMI near Ware. Join us and invest in your community. Deadline 24th July. Join us on Facebook or Twitter
Hertford Beer and Brewers Meet up - Local beer brewing chat, recipes and a place to ask burning beer brewing related questions
Green Drinks - Centring on Hertford, we are a growing and friendly group so please join us for networking, news, chat and new friends and be part of a growing global network where local people plan and build a sustainable future.
Streetbank - Have you joined Streetbank yet? It's a way of sharing, lending and giving away to you neighbours. Transition Hertford are trying to get more people joined up as it works better the more people involved. So please join up!! It's a great way of reducing the need to buy items and a great way to get to know your neighbours.
Hertford Freegle: You might not want it, but someone just round the corner might. Hertford Freegle is part of Freegle. We're here to help you give and get stuff for free - anything which could be reused.
Mudlarks Allotment and Café - a variety of projects including growing local food, woodland renovation and more.