Transition Linlithgow has worked for 10 years taking action on local issues of sustainability and climate change
Starting in 2008 as Linlithgow Climate Challenge our founding members raised local climate change awareness through talks and films. Soon after forming, and with some initial funding, we were able to provide advice and guidance on local food, active travel and energy saving at home. We later registered as a Scottish Charity and joined the international Transition Network, re-branding as Transition Linlithgow. As part of the Transition Network we are committed to helping the local community live more sustainable lives and fulfil the Transition Principals.
In 2018 we received funding of £249,380 for two years from the Climate Challenge Fund operated by Keep Scotland Beautiful on behalf of the Scottish Government. This funding has allowed us to expand our operations, hire staff and start exciting new projects such as the Transition Linlithgow Tool Library, the Linlithgow Active Travel Hub and Linlithgow NeighbourFood.
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Unit 5, Braehead Business Units, Braehead Road