Annual General Meeting and Social

Thursday 24th February, 7pm at the Hexham Community Centre.

Our short AGM will be followed by an informal session where we can talk projects, develop our plans for 2022 and beyond, and have a long-overdue social get-together. Drinks and light nibbles will be provided. Please put the date in your diaries because we would love to see you all there!

Everyone in Tynedale is welcome, whether you are a TT member or not. Come along to find out more and chip in on local projects to help address the climate and biodiversity emergencies.

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“The environment is where we all meet; where we all have a mutual interest; it is the one thing all of us share.”

Lady Bird Johnson

Latest News and Postponed AGM

If you are not on our mailing list you will not have heard that the AGM has been postponed due to covid, that a 30 minute zoom talk will be given by the Deputy CEO of Tyne Rivers Trust on 26th Jan followed by 30 minutes Q&A or about our call for more volunteer directors… Why not sign up to our email using the link to the right of this article…

Rake and Cake

At Hexham Community Garden

Saturday 30th October 10.00 – 13.00

  • Do you know about the Hexham Community Garden?
  • Want to find out more?
  • Need a bit of Saturday morning exercise?
  • Like cake?

Come along to find out more!

Hexham Community Garden – below the old Hexham Middle School, near Di and Jims Nursery. Follow the signs to Rake and Cake at the Community Garden.

Edible Hexham

– local growing, great eating! 

Walk and eat your way around Hexham, be inspired to grow your own and help reduce food miles. That’s the message in our new ‘Edible Hexham Trail’. The easy three kilometre (two mile) trail mixes local food history with a walk around all the Edible Hexham beds and the Community Garden. You can pick up recipes using locally grown ingredients on the way and there’s also an extension that takes you to Tyne Green and the Community Orchard. The trail is being launched at the Hexham Farmers Market this Saturday, 1th September as part of Heritage Open Days.   

The Edible Hexham beds dotted around the town are managed by Transition Tynedale volunteers and everyone is invited to pick and use the various leaves, herbs and fruit that grow in them. With climate change and potential food shortages increasingly on the agenda, the Transition Tynedale team suggest that it is more important than ever to think and grow local as much as we can. The Edible Hexham beds and the Community Garden give examples of what can be grown right here, even in small spaces. 

The Edible Hexham Trail
The Orchard Walk

Recipes created for Transition Tynedale by Jane Torday, local food writer, take things one step further and give some great ideas for using those herbs and leaves. 

Why wait, download your copy of the Trail and Recipes and get started now!

Autumn Events 2021

Some good things coming up from Transition Tynedale – a brief update

  • Edible Hexham and Heritage Open days – Market stall Saturday 11th September

This Saturday! Market Stall promoting our new Edible Hexham Trail, a lovely local walk. Come along to get your copy and find out more. So important to do all we can to encourage local growing and reduce those food miles. Also find out about what the Hexham Community Partnership has pulled together for the week of Heritage Open Days

Contact Jane to offer help with the stall

  • Transition Tynedale open meeting – Thursday 16th September, 7.30, Forum Cinema

It’s been a long time since we’ve met for real inside! Come along, all welcome

  • Apple Pressing – at the Market Saturday 9th October

Another welcome return. We will be pressing apples, talking apples and creating lovely local apple juice. Contact Megan about apple donations and help with the stall or bring apples along on the day.


Thanks all and hope to see you at one of these soon

Transition Tyndale project leader Walks for Water

Some of you may have read the article in last week’s Courant about Rosemary Theobalds sponsored 400,000 step walk during lent to raise funds for water in developing countries. She has already raised over £1000 and we would ask you to consider supporting her efforts because otherwise so many children will die each day without clean water…