Now is the tiem to vote for your favourite project!
Several projects have been submitted to TTKK since we launched the competition in May (see below).
Please join us on Wednesday 23rd June via Zoom to cast your vote for your favourite project.
Join Zoom meeting by clicking the link below:
Transition Town Kensal to Kilburn (TTKK) is inviting local residents to take part in a competition this spring.
We've created three grants - one £500 grant and two £250 grants.
TTTKK is particularly keen to get some young people enter the competition. One of the £250 grants will be allocated to a resident under 25 years old.
However, the group is generally looking for new people of all ages and origins to create a more resilient local community in the face of climate change.
Inject new energy into the group by submitting project ideas
Over the last decade, TTKK volunteers have made a positive impact in the Kensal to Kilburn area by setting up community gardens, harvesting fruit every summer, planting trees and organising regular electric and electronic repair events etc.
Fruit harvesting group
“As we are coming out of lockdown, we would like to inject some new energy into our group of dedicated volunteers”, says Janey McAllester, one of the fruit picking group leaders. “Making the most of our local community and environment has brought us a lot of satisfaction and joy. We want to create more opportunities for fellow residents to enjoy the benefits of a life deeply rooted in our local area”, adds Amandine Alexandre, another TTKK volunteer.
How to apply
People can enter the competition by submitting their idea by email before Monday June 7th (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Please apply with up to 100 words about your idea, yourself, the road you live in, how it would work, what help you would need or like and how long you think it will take for you to complete the project.
Projects that meet the criteria will be shortlisted by local people voting at a meeting on June 23rd in the evening and then Transition Town Kensal to Kilburn will select the three best projects.
Support we can offer
TTKK can help people find others interested in making their idea happen and help with advice. “We are happy to provide feedback and help develop and present the project”, underlines Michael Stuart, a founding member of TTKK.
Expenses are reimbursed against receipts or we can pay for items directly so prize winners are not out of pocket. If your project costs less than the full amount the money will be reallocated to extra projects.
Unfortunately, you can't apply if you are:
- an organisation - individuals or small groups of individuals only please,
- if your idea should be covered by statutory funding (as in health care and social care funded by the government and local authorities),
- If you are promoting religion.
TTKK can be contacted via Michael Stuart. You can email him at: email@example.com
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