Who We Are
Transition Bath is a community, run by people like you, who care about the environment and our future. As part of the Transition Network, Transition Bath can and does mean many things to many people.
However, it has at its heart a single purpose: to build a strong and resilent local community. We do this through practical positive actions and projects that demonstrate new ways of living, build stronger communities and equip us all with the skills we will need.
Our ultimate goal is to create an energy descent action plan (a shared vision and strategy of how we may move from high carbon ways of living to low carbon ways of living) that we can both adopt but also live by. By planning and making changes now, we will ensure a positive future.
We welcome anyone who shares our goals to work with us to bring about these changes. To find out more please contact Nathan at firstname.lastname@example.org
How are we Structured?
Transition Bath has recently registered as a charity (registration number 1139853 ) and is a company limited by guarantee. We have an elected board of trustees and a Transition Bath Action Group at its heart that seeks to bring those involved together to make decisions and take action as required. In addition we have specific action groups focusing on key topics from retrofitting to transport.
There are over 50 people actively involved in Transition Bath, working on projects, organising events and attending meetings. Here are just a few of those you may see at events:
The Trustee Group
The Trustee Group comprises of the following people:
Nathan Baranowski (Chair)
Ailsa Masterton (Vice Chair)
Hugh Prentice (Company Secretary)
Virginia Williamson - Food Group convenor
Dick Daniels - Transport & Built Environment Group convenor
Peter Andrews - Energy Group convenor
Tom Youngman - Green Vision convenor
Brendan Bayhew - Economics Group convenor
Nigel Pooley - Inner Transition Group convenor