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Field to Fork Organics is now on Facebook and Twitter!

Field to Fork Organics, the not-for-profit community vegbox cooperative from Transition Town Kensal to Kilburn is now on Facebook and Twitt…

Started by miko adam-kando in Sharing

1 May 13, 2014
Reply by Jenny Osah

December Transition Network News

https://www.transitionnetwork.org/news/2013-12-05/december-2013-transition-network-newsletter

Started by George Latham in Sharing

0 Dec 9, 2013

November Transition Newsletter

http://www.transitionnetwork.org/news/2013-10-31/november-2013-transition-network-newsletter

Started by George Latham in Sharing

0 Nov 3, 2013

Rob Hopkins writes on the K2K edible high road

Very nice interview of our very own Molly Fletcher about the wonderful Edible High Road project which she organised in Salusbury Road this…

Started by George Latham in Sharing

0 Sep 19, 2013

K2K Edible High Street

Last Spring Abundance London created a very successful Edible High Street in Chiswick High Road and it would be great if we could have one…

Started by George Latham in Sharing

2 Mar 12, 2013
Reply by miko adam-kando

Learning Resources

I thought it might be useful to accumulate some of the sources of information that inform the Transition Movement.   Here is a link to an e…

Started by PaulS in Sharing

2 Jan 28, 2011
Reply by PaulS

Upcoming cycling events and activity

Hello With Bike Week coming up, here's some local cycling events from the Cycletastic group. Please forward this email locally. For more i…

Started by George Latham in Sharing

0 Jun 22, 2010

Reports from events and events archive on the website

I missed a couple of events yesterday (2nd March) that in an ideal world I would have really loved to attend.  These were the "Sustaining T…

Started by Richard Walker in Sharing

1 Mar 4, 2010
Reply by George Latham

"Transition Texts" - a K2K bookshelf at Kilburn Library

Sorry I've been slow to post this following last week's bookclub meeting.Karl, the manager of Kilburn Library, has very kindly offered K2K…

Started by Richard Walker in Sharing

4 Mar 4, 2010
Reply by George Latham

Report from 2 March event "Sustaining Transition Town Initiatives"

Did anybody from K2K attend this event yesterday?  Any feedback?   This was the programme (copied from http://www.ecobuild.co.uk/seminars/u

Started by Richard Walker in Sharing

0 Mar 3, 2010

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