Haddon Sullivan, Managing Director, has become actively involved in Transition Chepstow.
The aim of Transition Chepstow is to help Chepstow and the surrounding villages to fight climate change and thrive by becoming more sustainable, less reliant on oil and a more sociable place to live. The initiative is part of a rapidly growing network of ‘Transition’ communities across the UK, who are planning and designing ways to use less energy and resources to make their towns more resilient to the impact of climate change and more pleasurable places to live. Transition Chepstow strives to be inclusive, imaginative, practical and fun. Collectively, we can enable Chepstow to become a more vibrant town that is better equipped to deal with the challenges that climate change and rising fuel costs will bring.
Involvement in this venture is an important part of the Creating Media green credentials whilst also building strong relationships with the Chepstow, Caldicot, Portskewett and Monmouthshire communities. Several apple trees have been purchased at the Apple Day event at the Drill Hall and will be planted in the Creating Media copse of woodland. It could be many years before they are producing cider but fingers crossed it’s not too long!