CLS in Dorset partners have created a wealth of  RESOURCES to share, and the networks will carry on. See 'Our Journey'  listing main CLS in Dorset activities and  our short film capturing some highlights

The core activity partners were Dorset Community Action (lead partner), Dorset Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB), Dorset County Council, Dorset Agenda 21, Dorset Coast Forum, Dorset Public Health, Transition Town Bridport, Transition Town Dorchester, Wessex Community Assets, West Dorset Partnership, WSX Enterprise Ltd. and Bridport Energy Services Ltd. We collaborated wherever possible with other organisations to pursue the various strands of activity.

CLS in Dorset Evaluation Summary

CLS Dorset Annual Report for 2013-2014

CLS Dorset Annual Report for 2014-2015

See photos of the project here and our  You Tube Channel for our CLS in Dorset short films

Follow this link to browse  the CLS in Dorset E-Newsletters

or the  July 2016 E News

CLS focussed on a Community-led Economic Development in Bridport process in 2016/2017 - for more information,  see here.

CLS in Dorset Partners are continuing strands of work – follow these links:

Dorset Agenda 21 hosts information on sustainability and climate change initiatives in the county, including events calendar and map of community initiatives.

Dorset County Council Community Energy team, for Eco Schools,Renewable Energy, Energy Efficiency and Climate Change Adaptation. For information on what you can do to help the environment go here. 

Dorset Community Energy, a CIC set up under the CLS project.

Community Woodlands

Food Future Bridport

CLS in Dorset was funded by the Big Lottery Fund, one of 12 CLS programmes across England, from 2013 – 2016. The CLS programme explored a variety of innovative and integrated approaches to tackling climate change based on different communities and locations, supported by a Learning Partnership that includes Groundwork UK, Energy Savings Trust, Confederation of Community Farms, and Building Research Establishment.