George Latham
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Who am I?

I'm part of the initiating group for TT K2K and although I'm interested in pretty much all aspect of the Transition Initiative, I've been concentrating on the Education and Awareness raising activities, such as the monthly film nights, farmer's market stalls and the handbook club. I'm interested finding new ways of enabling more people to get involved and feel a part of Transition, and trying to work out how we can harness and unleash the collective genius of this community... (without using too many buzzwords!)

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George Latham commented on George Latham's event 'Transition K2K Hustings at QPCS'
"The candidates are those for Hampstead and Kilburn.  Yes please do promote the event through your networks.  Many thanks and see you Thursday!"
Apr 13, 2015
Carol Low commented on George Latham's event 'Transition K2K Hustings at QPCS'
"Just noticed that the Greens Brent Central don't have our event on their calendar of hustings.  Who is ours aimed at? Which electorate?  Do you want me to follow up?"
Apr 12, 2015
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Apr 7, 2015
George Latham updated an event

Transition K2K Hustings at QPCS at Queens Park Community School

April 16, 2015 from 7:30pm to 9:30pm
Transition Hustings Flyer 16th April 2015.pdfWe will be holding a hustings for the parliamentary candidates for the constituency of Hampstead and Kilburn at Queens Park Community School at 7.30pm on 16th April, in the run up to the General Election on 7th May.The focus will be on local community…See More
Mar 29, 2015
George Latham posted an event

Disco Soup at Mazenod centre

March 28, 2015 from 6pm to 7pm
Disco soupBoogie-woogie your way to zero waste food! Disco soup is a fun event to raise awareness about food waste. It is organised by Kilburn residents. The initiative was taken by Thomas Fassnacht at the beginning of the year. Aldi, on Kilburn High Road, agreed to donate unsold vegetables and fruits to Thomas and since then other cafés have come on board by donating produce which would otherwise end up in landfill. The unsold produce is collected the day before the event. On the Monday, armed…See More
Mar 28, 2015
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National Transition RoadShow at Berkhampsted

April 19, 2015 from 1pm to 9pm
Mar 26, 2015
George Latham posted an event

Transition K2K Hustings at QPCS at Queens Park Community School

April 16, 2015 from 7:30pm to 9:30pm
Transition Hustings Flyer 16th April 2015.pdfWe will be holding a hustings for the parliamentary candidates for the constituency of Hampstead and Kilburn at Queens Park Community School at 7.30pm on 16th April, in the run up to the General Election on 7th May.The focus will be on local community…See More
Feb 24, 2015
George Latham commented on George Latham's event 'Green Drinks at Parlour'
"Hi Jane.  Parlour's address is 5 Regent Street, London NW10 5LG Regent St is just off Chamberlayne Road at the south end near the junction with Harrow Road, the corner where the Paradise Pub is.  Hope that helps!"
Jan 15, 2015
Jane Susanna Ennis commented on George Latham's event 'Green Drinks at Parlour'
"Where is this exactly?"
Jan 15, 2015
George Latham posted an event

Green Drinks at Parlour at Parlour

January 15, 2015 from 8pm to 10pm
Come and join us for the first Green Drinks of the year at Parlour and help us to shake off the January blues...See More
Dec 13, 2014
George Latham updated an event

Open evening - TTK2K at St Anne's Church, Salusbury Road, NW6 6RG

September 18, 2014 from 7:45pm to 10pm
A chance to find out in 5 minutes about these latest projects locally and ask your questions, to see if you can contribute and to meet local people with similar interests:From Tom Keeley - the results of Kilburn University, a tiny experimental University that ran this year with its curriculum rooted in KilburnFrom Carol L about a project to hear the stories of elders in our area, honour their lives and learn from pre-consumer era of life before the 1960sSteve Cripps from Queens Park Community…See More
Sep 17, 2014
Jane Susanna Ennis commented on George Latham's event 'September Stitch Up!'
"This time I think I can come!! Look forward to it!"
Sep 8, 2014
George Latham posted an event

September Stitch Up! at The Gallery Bar - Tricycle Theatre

September 10, 2014 from 7:30pm to 9pm
Time to start on cold weather stitching…. wrist warmers, scarves, hats, presents??? No experience required, just bring wool, needles, hooks, patterns etc.  All stitchers welcome.NEW DATE: WE NOW MEET ON WEDNESDAYSSee More
Sep 7, 2014
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Charteris Street Film Night at Charteris Sports Centre

September 19, 2014 from 7:30pm to 10pm
Share a picnic and watch a film with your neighbours...Come along to a community open air film night at Charteris Sports Centre, Charteris Road.We will be showing The Blues Brothers - projected against the wall from 7.45pm.No charge, bring food and drink to eat and share, bring something comfy to sit on (there are some chairs at the sports centre).  Don't worry if weather is foul - we can move inside the sports centre if needed.See More
Aug 27, 2014
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Charteris Big Lunch at Charteris Road NW6

June 1, 2014 from 12pm to 4pm
Has been going for several years now, and is always a great local community event.  Brent Eleven Streets Association annual chance to share food and drink with neighbours, and sit at a table in the middle of the road.  Plenty of events, such as karate, zumba, face painting and cake competition...See More
May 27, 2014
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Queens Park Open Gardens and Studios Day 2014 at Queens Park area

June 15, 2014 from 1pm to 6pm
Our next Open Gardens & Studios event is Sunday 15th June 2014.  This year the Queens Park Allotments and Salusbury School's Greenspace will also feature.Tickets at £6 from Worldly Wicked and Wise, Queens Park Flowers, Scarlet and Violet and Brondesbury Estate Agents on the day or in advance for only £5.This year we welcome more child centred activities with a competition for under 16s organised by local photographers, also showing work in shop windows on Chamberlayne Road and Salusbury…See More
May 23, 2014

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At 19:52 on November 2, 2011, Jan o'Highway said…

Hi George, thanks for adding me as a friend, K2K looks really lively.

I come to London sometimes & would love to meet up with the group, particularly the Arts Group as I'm involved with ours down here in Devon



At 10:09 on November 17, 2010, maggie turp said…
Hi George!
I'd like to offer a skills sharing workshop in the early spring (February?) 'Cardboard, compost and coffee grounds' demonstrating and talking about some ways of using recycled materials on the allotment or in the vegetable garden. Can't work out how to put it up on the website and also don't know how to book space for the event - Fiveways would be fine. Can you advise?

To follow up on something you mentioned at the meeting, I would certainly like to have a workshop on finding yor way around the website and making the best use of it. Maybe others would be interested? All best, Maggie
At 17:43 on October 23, 2010, Elizabeth Sather said…
Thanks for coming to see my allotment...that would be great if there were some takers..please pass on their details..thanks very much..nice to have met you..
At 19:59 on August 16, 2010, Molly Fletcher said…
Hope you had a good rest away from the hampster wheel. I had an idea for an art wkshop for the harvest festival. It's based on the Arcimboldo vegetable figure. I'll be doing the jam wkshop so maybe someone else arty would be interested in running with it?
At 17:36 on August 16, 2010, Sarah Winter said…
Hi George, thanks for your welcoming email!

I am especially interested in all things to do with conservation, food and the arts. Sadly, I cannot make it to the Lexi tomorrow night but hope to come along to the next one!

Best wishes
At 17:23 on July 30, 2010, Ashley Kay said…
Hi there, Mssg was from Paulette from my account (I haven't taken to referring to myself in the third person just yet), but no problem, we'll await the list of sites before planning the route for the cycle ride, which I had envisaged being on a weekend. As it stands, we're planning to be away from 2nd Sept to the 20th, and also have a couple of long weekends away in August.
At 19:48 on July 28, 2010, Ashley Kay said…
Hi George, have you posted the potential growing sites yet? You mentioned on the food thread you were going to post them on another page? Once we have those Ash can begin to plan a potential route. We were also thinking, depending on what the sites are like, that we should have a bring a dish picnic at one of them. In terms of people with disabilities or those that don't ride this might also make it more inclusive. This means we need to aim for end of September weather wise. This also means that there will be very little time between the next meeting and the ride so email organisation is going to be quite essential.
Anyway, let me know your thoughts.
At 20:09 on June 20, 2010, Paul Mitchell-Gears said…
fyi: (in case that one had passed u by :))
At 20:24 on June 14, 2010, josie warshaw said…
Hello George
See you tomorrow night (tuesday) to chat about the Big Lunch on Charteris Road 18th July.
At 8:50 on May 4, 2010, Nick Hartley said…
Not sure how else to contact you George! Guess I'm a dinosaur by today's methods of communicating. David Young and I discussed my talking to the group about things I've done re energy saving at my house: secondary glazing, wood-burning stove, zone heating control; Transport wise: G-wiz and Streetcar membership. Well I'm ready and willing to go ahead, but not sure how things are done at KTKTT. Nick Hartley @ Hopefield Avenue.

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AGM notes

Posted on October 5, 2011 at 16:57 1 Comment

Transition Town AGM

On September 22nd we held our AGM as part of the visioning evening at St.

Anne's. The Initiating Committee was disbanded and re-elected to include

John Smith (Chair) George Latham (Secretary) and David Young (Treasurer).

The members of the core group are Elaine Henderson, Careen Hertzog, Nadia

Rojas, and Michael Stuart. Any local Transition members who'd like to join

the Initiating Group were and are invited to speak to existing members…


Tiverton Green Regeneration

Posted on August 31, 2011 at 21:16 0 Comments

Tiverton Rejuvenation: After 26 years of neglect, there is now a plan to renovate the old tennis courts on Tiverton Green. The new facilities will lift the Green and give a real boost to the area. They will give your children somewhere safe to ride their bikes and skate, play football, basketball,…


Learning to cycle on Roads...

Posted on August 4, 2011 at 10:58 0 Comments

If you are 50 plus and have always dreamed of being able to cycle
confidently on the road
London cycling campaign are funding a course at the Castlehaven Road
Centre in Camden Town which consists of 5 weekly sessions starting in
August. The cost is £10 to attend the course .
Telephone 0207 234 9317 to book a place
Spaces are still availalble

Initiating Group July Minutes

Posted on July 28, 2011 at 21:06 0 Comments

Initiating Group minutes – Transition Kensal to Kilburn 18/07/11


Present – Elaine Henderson, Careen Hertzog, Michael Stuart, Chris Wells, John Smith, George Latham


  • John and Miko have both been talking about setting up a food box delivery scheme.  Miko is taking this forward and has set up a questionnaire on the website.
  • Chris was at the Transition Network conference in Liverpool at the beginning of July and fed back on some of his insights/…

Food Group July meeting minutes

Posted on July 28, 2011 at 17:56 0 Comments


TUESDAY 19 July at William Dunbar/Saville Meeting Room

Chair: Michael, Minutes: Jen and Marjory

Present: Michael, Marjory, Jen, Heather, Miko and Molly

Apologies: Ash and sorry there may have been others but I didnt catch who they were

Guest Speaker: Catherine from River of Flowers

River of Flowers

Guiding Ethos:

. Plant to encourage pollinators which are vital in pollinating food

. Grow flowers, both…


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