Cycling a Path Weaved in Willow Art: Episode 1

With the official support of Sustrans this project was given the green light and our plan was kicked into action. The idea, to create willow installations of deer, people and bicycles, scattering them around the shelter belt at the start of the St Andrews to Guardbridge cycle path.
Hands-On Harvesting First things first, we set off to Angus – including Carnoustie, Brechin and Arbroath – overRead More…

Cycle Path Lighting Survey

Hi! Current work conducted by Transition University of St Andrews is exploring local stakeholder demand for better cycling infrastructure on campus and between the town and surrounding areas. Could you spare a minute of your time to answer 4 questions regarding cycling infrastructure at the below link? Should you wish to propose any further comments or queries, please feel free to use theRead More…

Public Consultation on Lade Braes Path Upgrade

As a part of this local community do you reckon the Lade Braes path needs change? And if so, what exactly? In partnership with SUSTRANS, Fife council are taking on the task of improving the Lade Braes walk to improve its multi-use accessibility. But not without your say! If this is something that interests you then don’t miss out on an opportunity to voice your opinion. This can be done by eRead More…

Edible Campus Garden Tours

We are delighted to introduce the Edible Campus Garden Tours, led by an experienced walking guide, we will take you on a short walking tour around some of the hidden gardens in St Andrews, there may even be some food to harvest.    St Gregory’s Quad, Pallet garden  Everyone is welcome in our Community gardens, all we ask is that you record your visit in the record book on site at each gaRead More…

Cycling in St Andrews: Who are we and what do we do?

We will shortly be applying for our Cycle Friendly Campus Award from Cycling Scotland and Lara, our fabulous cycling officer, compiled a video for the Environmental Association of Universities and Colleges’ (EAUC)  Transport Conference this week of what we have been doing for cycling here in St Andrews! Thank you so much to everyone, past and present, who has volunteered their time to improve tRead More…

A Week in Transition: reflections from our new Research Facilitator

Katherine is the newest addition to the Transition team. She has recently finished a PhD in the Department of Geography and Sustainable Development at the University of St Andrews on domestic energy demand and expectations of home comfort. You can find more about her research on her website and Katherine tweets as @Ellsworth_Krebs. Email her at ke68@st-andrews.ac.uk. In just a week I have been Read More…

What is ‘here in St Andrews’?

Dear Future Steering Group, As you continue to shape and be shaped by the Transition movement here in St Andrews, I’d like to leave with you some thoughts on what ‘here in St Andrews’ actually means. These thoughts have their origins in a summer research project I undertook with Dr Rehema White but are tempered by four years of continuous exploration of this town with all of my senses awaRead More…