Small Green Sunday

Please join us for a gathering and lunchtime garden party, celebrating the amazing grassroots transition and sustainability work going on in and around Bristol.


Find us on Facebook here (link)


The Trinity Centre, upstairs and in the garden – Trinity Rd, Bristol, BS2 0NW (near Old Market – loads of buses!).


Sunday May 25, 10.00am to 2.00pm

Seven years on…

Some of you will remember Transition Bristol’s Big Event at City Hall in 2007 when over 400 people gathered for talks and workshops. Seven years on and a lot has happened, so it feels like time to reconnect what we’re doing, and to ask how we fit into Bristol as European Green Capital 2015 and as a Rockefeller Resilient City.


  • Reaffirming the transition movement aims, ingredients and ethos
  • Reconnecting with old friends and welcoming new friends
  • Interactive, facilitated sessions for sharing information and exploring opportunities
  • Lunch in the Trinity Garden (bring food to share)


Everyone involved with transitioning Bristol to a future with less fossil fuel. You may be working on food, economy, energy, culture, transport, green spaces, neighbourhoods, or many other relevant issues.

What to bring?

Yourself; a willingness to share, reflect and listen; food to share

I’m in…what next?

Tell us you’re coming! REGISTER HERE (link). This is a free event, but due to space the numbers are limited, so do book to make sure of a place.

Children are welcome in the garden during lunch from 1 pm.

We’d love to hear from you. Hope to see you there.

Transition Bristol was constituted in 2006, and was the world’s first registered Transition Initiative in a City.  Run entirely by volunteers, Transition Bristol works to initiate, promote and contribute to a wide range of transition related work across Bristol.