"TTKK has joined with other residents groups to form Clean Air for Brent - to tackle pollution in our area. We are planning a public meeting with prestigious speakers and information on what you can all do to alleviate the dreadful…"
TTKK has joined with other residents groups to form Clean Air for Brent - to tackle pollution in our area. We are planning a public meeting with prestigious speakers and information on what you can all do. It will be at Brent Civic Centre's conference hall. Sir Michael Marmott is our first confirmed speaker - others to be announced. Please RSVP if you are able to attend.See More
"Please come to our meeting on 30th May 7.30pm to plan the harvesting season ahead. Full details in Events. RSVP to email@example.com if you can come and I'll send you the address for Michael's flat on…"
We'll meet to discuss this coming season's fruit picking and activities related to it - what would we like to do, what needs to be done, how can we pick more fruit and save it going to waste? Come along with your ideas and enthusiasm (and a little food to share), whether you are new to the group or an old hand. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll send the full address of Michael's flat on Christchurch Ave.See More
"Brent Council has raised its residential parking charges. Some will be upset by this news and think of it as a money-raising scheme but it is a vital step towards discouraging car use in the borough and in the struggle for cleaner air.
"We've just got the results of our ten nitrogen dioxide tubes and as expected it's not great news. We'll post a new map with full details soon (it's just being tweeked) but all but two recorded readings of over the European…"
"Success! All ten of our tubes were retrieved untampered with and are being sent off to the lab for analysis. A couple had insects in them but they seemed otherwise clean and untouched. Well done to everyone for getting them up and…"
"Great start to our project on Saturday with a wonderful group of volunteers putting ten nitrogen dioxide monitoring tubes out round the TTKK area. Watch this space for a map of where they are located. We also tested for particulates in…"
Learn winter pruning of apple and pear trees at a friendly (mostly indoor with outdoor practice) workshop at a local house and garden in Kensal Rise. Tuition from gardener Carol French. Cost £10. All you need to bring is warm clothes, waterproof footwear and something to share for lunch. Please email email@example.com if you would like to attend and for more info.See More
"Great gardening meeting this evening and just sorry nobody made it from Queens Park allotment. The other groups are keen for volunteers so if anyone asks to join QP allotment and there isn't room please direct them to the William Saville…"
We are holding a meeting to bring together the various TTKK edible gardening groups - Queen's Park, Fiveways, William Dunbar/Saville House, Kilburn station and Brondesbury Park station to exchange news, advice and ask for help or new gardeners. If you are already involved in one of these projects or would like to be please join us. Please bring a little food and drink to share as we chat after the introductions by the garden leaders.See More
The Fruit Harvesting Group is running a workshop for beginners on pruning apple and pear trees. There will be indoor instruction from a local professional gardener, a coffee/tea break, followed by outdoor practice (weather permitting) and a brought shared lunch. Cost £10. Please email me if you are interested in coming: firstname.lastname@example.orgSee More