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Affiliated Groups and Community Projects

Transition Exmouth is part of the Exmouth network of environmentally aware
organisations and projects.  We are all seeking ways to make healthy living
on a healthy planet the cornerstone of our activities.

If you want to know any more about any of these projects, or would like to join forces, drop us an email:


Our Place Our Planet

Launched by Transition Exmouth and Exmouth Town Council, in 2020, Our Place Our is a one-stop-shop website to help you make changes right now to a more sustainable lifestyle.  

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Partnership with Exmouth Town Council

TrEx sit on the Climate and Ecological Working Party at Exmouth Town Council. Together we are working on an initial 10 point plan to move Exmouth towards a zero carbon future. ETC are also supporting TrEx with new projects.


Library of Things

Ever wondered why we all need a drill, a wallpaper table, a gazebo or a sewing machine EACH? Why can't we just share and save the Earth's resources.  Well soon, in Exmouth, we can do just that.  Launched in 2021 by a partnership between Transition Exmouth, the Library of Things group and Littlemead Methodist Church, is a treasure trove ! Email if you'd like to know more. New volunteers always welcome.



Shared eCargo Bikes for Exmouth

Transition Exmouth's ExeCargo bikes are here to prove that an eCargo bike can do as much as a car - and more.

They are available for hire for just £10 a week, to Exmouth businesses, community groups
and individuals.

You can borrow an eCargo bike for a week
or longer.

We have a Raleigh Stride and a Tern GSD.

If you'd like to find out more about ExeCargo, or get involved with promoting the scheme, please see our ExeCargo webpage here,

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Litter Blitzers

We aim to reduce the amount of litter in our town, whether on the street, public space, country lane or beach. This group incorporates Clean Street Exmouth which facilitates people joining with neighbours to keep their own street clear of litter. We organise litter blitzes where we spend about an hour in a group cleaning an area or a country lane. Go to the Facebook page to find out more, or contact Roger via email.


Exmouth Tree Project

Since 2018, a place to share information about Exmouth’s trees: general awareness, conservation, maintenance, community planting events, hugging, etc. Tree of the Month, photos, stories, ID tips, questions. Working towards some tree maps and trails. Find out more:





Exmouth Wildlife Group

Exmouth Wildlife Group was formed in 2017. The aim of the group is to learn about, protect and conserve the wildlife living alongside us. Exmouth Wildlife Group comment on Planning and Development issues as a

voice for wildlife. 




Active Travel Exmouth

Active Travel Exmouth is a new group campaigning locally for better provision for walking and cycling. Walking or cycling around our town eases congestion, reduces pollution and is good for us. There are lots of paths and cut-throughs you may not know about in the town; have a look at our website: or Email for more details. 

Look out for our Active Travel Day coming soon (date TBC post lockdown)!


Wild Exmouth

Launched in 2019 by EDDC, Wild Exmouth helps enhance the environment of the town, engaging residents with green spaces and improving access to nature.  Transition Exmouth are on the steering group and partner on community events, volunteer days, campaigns and mapping projects. Find out more on Facebook or the Wild Exmouth website


Many of our members want to respond to Planning Applications, but find the process can be unwieldy and confusing.  Transition members, Health Nikels and Jan Gannoway have written an excellent guide which helps you link your appeal to evidence, in law or local policy, to support and strengthen your argument and be a voice for nature.


If you'd like to  find out more  about how to respond to planning proposals please

see our Response to Planning  guidance here,


Friends of the River Exe

Friends of the River Exe (FORE) is a voice for the river, bringing together the diverse grass roots organisations and people who live, work and play along the Exe and its tributaries – to protect, restore and celebrate our river.  


Find out more above FORE here.

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