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Carol Low commented on Sarah Deco's group Storytelling Group
"How lovely to see this group become part of the Transition Town network!  People connecting in the heart spaces of stories shared....."
Oct 1, 2016
Transition Kensal to Kilburn commented on Carol Low's page Old Stories for New Times: the travelling show at St Anne's for the next month in the group Honouring our Elders (active project)
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"Old Stories for New Times: inspiration for living sustainably was a project developed with older people who lived in the Kilburn, Queens Park and Willesden areas of London during the 1960s, 50s, 40s and 30s.Participants were interviewed for their…"
Jul 30, 2016
Transition Kensal to Kilburn commented on Carol Low's event 'Old Stories for New Times: inspiration for living sustainably'
"Old Stories for New Times - Keeping It Local from Mark Tamer on Vimeo."
Jul 23, 2016
Transition Kensal to Kilburn commented on Carol Low's group Honouring our Elders (active project)
"Old Stories for New Times - Making Do from Mark Tamer on Vimeo."
Jul 23, 2016
Carol Low commented on Sanchia Dunn's group Kilburn Station Planters (active project)
"I can go and do some watering today Weds - (unable to send messages to all as I need Sanchia to 'friend' me)"
Jul 20, 2016
Carol Low added a page to the group Honouring our Elders (active project)
Jul 19, 2016
Carol Low posted a photo

Old Stories for New Times now up at St Anne's & St Anrew's

Part of the exhibition is now hung at St Anne's & St Andrew's in Salusbury Road
Jul 19, 2016
Carol Low posted events
Jul 13, 2016
Carol Low posted an event
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Queens Park Open Gardens and Studios: TT K2K exhibition at Queens Park near the cafe

June 19, 2016 all day
Dear all Catch part of our oral history exhibition sharing stories of living sustainably in the 1960s and earlier.  Local history, local stories. Love to see you there!See More
May 29, 2016
Carol Low posted photos
Apr 26, 2016
Carol Low posted photos
Apr 26, 2016
Carol Low commented on Carol Low's group Honouring our Elders (active project)
"Dear all  I have created an album of some images from our great photographers of the project in its different stages.  Thanks to Mark, Natasa, Amandine, Layla for the photos.  Check it out as a slideshow on this website under Photos…"
Apr 24, 2016
Carol Low posted photos
Apr 24, 2016
Carol Low commented on Carol Low's group Honouring our Elders
"Have a look at the truly excellent photos by Mark Tamer, one of our project photographers, documenting the recent gathering of elders who have shared their memories of living sustainably.  "
Jul 4, 2015
Carol Low commented on Carol Low's photo
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"Transition Town K2K is honouring our elders with the Stories of Sustainability project.  Here is Peggy Woods (left) and Edith Richards (right) with Sarah Deco story-teller at a recent gathering of people who have been sharing their oral…"
Jul 4, 2015
An album by Carol Low was featured

Radio K2K host a TT K2K workshop on oral history work

Layla Auer took these photographs to show the process of training people to do oral history work as part of the TT K2K Honouring our Elders project
Jun 3, 2015

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Resurgence & Ecologist magazines offered

Posted on September 10, 2016 at 9:10 0 Comments

Dear all

I have a series of more than 2 years worth of this wonderful and inspirational magazine (featuring the columnist and TTK2K member Leo Johnson what's more!).  Has been a great bonus to me to have these - but alas as I am travelling away they need a new home.  Do contact me... including ideas of a community space they may go to. 

Old Stories for New Times: inspiration for sustainable living

Posted on May 29, 2016 at 11:02 0 Comments

Dear all 

Do have a look at the report Sue Arthur and I have put together about how we went about doing this Transition project.  We have added resources in case you want to do a similar project.  This has also been part of our evaluation to the Heritage Lottery Fund who part-funded the project.  

We would also like to thank TT K2K and the core group who have been and continue to be such supporters of the concept from the beginning.  Your practical support and…

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This Changes Everything

Posted on October 10, 2014 at 6:59 0 Comments

I was fortunate enough to go and hear Naomi Klein talking on her new book This Changes Everything on Monday night.  (Me and 1999 others!)  She spoke very positively about the Transition Town movement and what we do on a local level.

Another point she made well was the need at this time for peer education groups on climate change and on our responses to the crisis.  This resonated with me - feeling the need to be more specifically informed and the need to join with others to…

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