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Welcome to the website for Sustainable Redland, a neighbourhood Transition Initiative

Sustainable Redland started in 2005. We are not an ‘institution’ – we have no staff and no committee. Getting involved means joining in with whatever you can. Our experience is that getting involved actually makes life much better. We are one of many local groups working on how Bristolians will thrive beyond oil and on lightening our impact on the ecosystems on which we depend. We are part of Transition Bristol and the Transition Network and we are on our Neighbourhood Partnership. Come along to an event, send us an email or join our yahoo email group. This seven minute You Tube clip gives you a flavour of what we are about.

Whiteladies Rd Farmers and Fair Trading Market

At the junction of Whiteladies Road and Apsley Road, BS8 2ST

  • First and Third Saturdays of every month 8.30am to 2pm

Here are all the dates for 2014. More details about the market are on the Whiteladies Road Market page.

BS6 Open Streets

Sustainable Redland, with a supporting grant from Bristol City Council, is here to assist you to create your very own “open street” within the BS6 postal district around Redland. More details on the BS6 Open Streets page.