Transition is running a set of films over July & August showcasing inspiring films about climate change, the environment & sustainability. Most of the films are free to attend, with some charging a nominal fee of £2 to cover venue hire charges.
Acclaimed National Geographic photographer James Balog was once a skeptic about climate change. But through his Extreme Ice Survey and placing time-lapse cameras in some of the most remote & harshest environments, he discovers undeniable evidence of our changing planet.
DATE / TIME: Wednesday 24th July 7.30pm
VENUE: Buchanan Theatre, Union St, St Andrews
ENTRY: £2 (to cover venue charges)
Watch the trailer here
Summer Film Series Schedule
Chasing Ice – Wed 24th July 7.30pm
Queen of the Sun – Wed 31st July 7.30pm
Switch – Wed 14th August 7.30pm
Eating Alabama – Wed 28th August 7.30pm
Click on the image below to check out the full schedule.
Saint Exchange is the new Local Currency in St Andrews. Since starting in January this year, there are now over 60 members and have registered over 100 trades.
Our next Trading Event is on Saturday 15th June. Come along to find out more about what’s been happening, find out how to join, or start offering your own goods / skills and services and make some trades happen with other members.
Saint Exchange is based on the bartering system it provides a circular economy whereby wealth generated through trading stays right here in the local community. Thus supporting and creating a sustainable local economy able to withstand the difficulties faced in the global economic climate. Saint exchange has a directory which lists over 300 goods, skills & services offered by members.
More information can be found on www.Saint-Exchange.org.uk
So join is on Saturday for some trading and don’t forget that there will be free tea, coffee & biscuits provided- an ideal place to come for a chin-wag as well.
Saturday 15th June, 3.30-5pm
Episcopal Church, Queens Terrace, St Andrews, KY16 9QF.
A picnic in St Andrews botanical gardens on a hot, sunny, Saturday in May – no better place to spend a few hours playing and socialising amongst a back drop of living colour…
Transition held its end of term picnic in the park and asked everyone who came along, ”Why does St Andrews need the botanic gardens ?”
The range of responses shows the value of this incredible green space to visitors. If you would like to post your entry to this question please post to our Facebook page.
Created with Admarket’s flickrSLiDR.
Want to learn how to make the most out of your food budget?
Save money whilst cooking as well as saving on your energy bills?
And all the while make small changes around the kitchen which could lower your carbon footprint?
COOK SMARTER is running a Cooking Class on Friday 19th April to teach you some key skills to cook more efficiently, save energy & money and preventing food waste.
Date / Time: Friday 19th April 1-3pm
Venue: Mansfield Building (opp Student’s Union), St Mary’s Place, St Andrews
The class will be practical and fun and is open to all who want to learn some top tips on how to cook smarter. As well as that, you’ll get a bunch of freebies, a free cook smarter manual and be able to hire out our thermal cookers (which cook your food without having to use gas / electricity).
The event is free however the number of places is limited to 12.
To register for a place, please email firstname.lastname@example.org by Monday 15th April.