Transition Kensal to Kilburn

Welcome to Transition Kensal to Kilburn

Our aim is to empower our community to start thinking positively and creatively about the twin challenges that face us: peak oil, and climate change. Today, dwindling fossil fuel supplies, costly energy, and serious threats to our wildlife and our sustenance present us with the greatest challenges humanity has ever faced. But if we plan well, and harness the energies and genius of you, the community, we believe this could be the greatest opportunity for us all to lead more connected, abundant and fulfilled lives.

TT KtoK is part of the wider Transition Network which started in Totnes, Devon, and is spreading like wildfire around the world. There are several ways you can get involved in creating this low-carbon, environmentally-friendly collective vision. It starts with conscious choices to get involved in what's going on around us. Come to our film and discussion events, use the website, where you can learn more about the challenges that face us and the solutions that are already out there; join the project groups and keep an eye out for events that interest you. From gardeners to busy mums, from cooks to communications professionals, everyone has a say - and a stake - in re-designing Kensal to Kilburn as a Transition Town. Be part of the solution: get involved.

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Latest Activity

Sheila Avery replied to Elayne Coakes's discussion Calling All Knitters and Crafty People: will you knit for the homeless? in the group Crochet and knitting
"Hi Elayne  I am free for a while this Saturday and I can  knit!  Can you please let…"
Colloboss posted an event

Workshop at Willesden

November 22, 2014 all day
Dear friends, Deep Green Resistance UK would like to invite you to our first public event in…See More
Alex posted a photo

RestartPartyK2K 18 Oct '14 Fixed Collage

Here are some the people who we helped fix their broken gadgets and appliances at Restart Party
Fausto Llopis commented on Transition Kensal to Kilburn's group Queens Park Allotment
"I write down the 16th as a garden day, but these days my agenda comes and goes, so lets see...."

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