Last year was the busiest yet for Transition UStA according to this new report that summarises activity. This was really down to having a huge number of active volunteers from all backgrounds undertaking projects related to making Transition happen in St Andrews. So whether you helped collect and sort some of the 4 tonnes of recycling for St And Re-use, helped someone to fix their bike at Bike Pool or grew and harvested some smashing veg: this report is for you!

We also would like to thank the University of St Andrews for all their help as well as the Climate Challenge Fund, SESTrans,  CycleScotland, Fife Council (Smarter Choices Smarter Places programme), St Andrews Community Trust, E-Car, Carplus and Zero Waste Scotland.

CCF project report 2016 transitionb

transition CCF summary report 2016