See our updated poster/flyer giving information about some local community gardening and conservation projects that would welcome your help – remember to check their opening times on websites or Facebook pages before setting out.

For reasons beyond our control, there will be no Green Zone at the Carnival this year, but it hopes to be back in September 2018. Meanwhile, enjoy the many other attractions at this year’s Carnival.

Marilyn Mason of Transition Town Kingston and Kingston Environment Forum will be speaking about environmental issues, including local air quality and TTK’s work and projects,  in John Lewis Place to Eat.

Depending on the weather, Canbury Community Garden volunteers hope to show off what we have achieved in our first year, with assistance and support from TTK, CARA, Kingston Council and many others, and to try out our new (kindly donated) BBQ. Come along... read more

In 2018 Transition Town Kingston reaches a milestone by officially turning 10. We have achieved a lot over the last decade and we are planning now for a BIG BIRTHDAY PARTY at Kingston Workmen’s Club (25 Old London Road, KT2 6ND, first left after the fa... read more

Transition Town Kingston – 2016-17 AGM & 9th birthday party Saturday 13 May, 2.30pm, at Kingston Environment Centre MINUTES  Present – 22 people from TTK and KEC noted/signed in: Nic Fearon-Low (Chair), Hilary Gander (Treasurer), Marilyn Maso... read more

A date for your diary: TTK’s 9th birthday party and 2017 AGM – including a review of the past year, presentation of accounts, discussion on what next, and informal chat with other Transitioners. All welcome. Come along us, find out what we&... read more

TTK will be showing the inspiring film “Demain” (“Tomorrow”) – the perfect antidote to the current sense of global despondency – in central Kingston on the afternoon of Saturday 8th April. Everyone welcome, including T... read more

Everyone interested is invited to our events and AGMs, which we usually try to combine with some entertainment and some food-sharing. TTK events between 2010 and 2014 can be seen here as well as in past newsletters, and more recent ones on our Even... read more