We're grassroots Heathrow residents proving that communities less dependent on oil can be more resilient, stronger and happier. We take direct action on climate change and shrinking supplies of cheap energy by transitioning to a post-oil, community-led future for the Heathrow villages.

Email us

Don’t think twice – get in touch with us at info[at]transitionheathrow.com, Facebook us @Transition Heathrow . We’ll get back to you as soon as we get a break from growing, building, art, foraging, bike maintenance, direct action, skillsharing and gardening – usually in a few days.

Call us

You can contact us on 020 8897 0368.

Press enquiries

You can reach our media team at press[at]transitionheathrow.com, although if it’s urgent, it’s probably best to call us or send us an email at info[at]transitionheathrow.com.

Come and visit

We’re open for tours and a cuppa every day: check out our opening times and our travel tips.

Write to us

We’re often asked what address you can post cakes, cookies and chocolate to us at. Well, kind of. Anyway, you can post delicious cakes or bland, chewy tasteless letters to Grow Heathrow, Vineries Close, Sipson, West Drayton, UB7 0JH.

Volunteer policy [we are currently closed from volunteers staying overnight]

Grow Heathrow are looking  for reliable, creative people that align themselves with the aims of the project. All you growers, foragers, community organisers, bike mechanics and more, get in touch if you’re interested.

Grow Heathrow is a community project as well as our home, so give us notice before you come and stay. Please send us an email or phone in beforehand. If you could write simply what you’re interested in, what your experience is, where you heard about us, and why you want to be involved with Grow Heathrow.

Anyone can stay for up to two weeks. If, after two weeks, volunteers want to stay longer, they can ask to do so at our weekly site meetings on Wednesday evening. After a month, visitors can request to become a ‘long-term volunteer’ from 1 to 3 months. This must be with the understanding that you are expected to hold a higher level of responsibility for the project and for the wellbeing of the collective. The ‘long-term volunteer’ status is reviewed within 3 months on a date specified by the collective and the volunteer.

Our volunteer guidelines are a way of ensuring that everyone gets the most out of spending time onsite. There are some situations in which these guidelines may not be appropriate, and we encourage you to email us or come along for a chat to see how we can accommodate everyone’s needs.