Transition New Mills aim to put on a number of events each year.  Proposed and past events are outlined below.  Please also visit the Events Page of our Facebook page for information on events:  and sign up to the blog.

Transition Drinks

Usually the third Thursday of each month, 7:45pm at the Royal Oak Pub, Market Street, New Mills, after a Steering Group meeting.

  • Members of Transition New Mills, as well as anyone else who wants to come along, get together for a drink and to have a chat. The event is an informal way of learning more about Transition New Mills, to discuss ideas and meet like-minded people. Everyone is welcome.
  • Details of when and where Transition Drinks will take place are advertised on our Facebook Page (see above) and e-mailed to those on our e-mailing list (e-mail us on if you want to be included on our e-mailing list)

Balsam Bashing

The Himalayan balsam bashing season is under way – see our Facebook page for organised events between May and September.

Discussion Group

See Facebook events page

Community Events

We attended New Mills Carnival, and will be having some events as part of New Mills Festival in September

Other Events

Annual General Meeting

Wednesday 11th April 2018, arrive 7:15pm for 7:30pm start, The Volunteer Centre, Union Road

AGM 7:30-8:00pm

Followed by:

“What’s On Your Plate?”  Why We Should Reconnect With Local Food Suppliers And Producers, And How To Do It.

A talk and discussion by Esther Morrison, New Mills Food Assembly, and Richard Edwards & Hazel Savery of The Old Cow Shed, Chisworth.


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