WELCOME to our new website (January 2019) and to the new look website (June 2019) designed by Voice to make it more mobile-compatible.

We hope that you will find it easy to navigate and to find the information you need. If you notice anything missing or you'd like something added to our website, please email our web-editor. 

   
Cambridge Road Estate Diggers, 2011
 
TTK Tricky Time Trial, 2011
TTK in Kingston Carnival Green Zone, 2018
  TTK's 10th birthday cake, 2018

Transition Town Kingston (TTK) is a community group helping to raise awareness of climate change and encourage the transition to a low-carbon future. We aim to build a resilient local community by: educating and campaigning about climate change; exploring alternatives to fossil-fuels; encouraging sustainable food production and consumption; supporting practical projects; organising events and workshops; sharing ideas, information and news...

Find out more about us and activities you might like to participate in via the menu at the top of the page. 

Coming up

Kingston Green Drinks

Tuesday 27 August 2019

TTK hosts Kingston Green Drinks, a free social event for anyone interested or working locally in environmental issues on the last Tuesday evening of every month – look for the TTK/Kingston...

TTK and Biofuelwatch film show and discussion: "BURNED"

Thursday 29 August 2019

Burned

 

BURNED tells the little-known story of the accelerating destruction of our forests for fuel and probes the policy loopholes, huge subsidies and greenwashing of the biomass industry. The...

Green Zone in Kingston Carnival

Sunday 01 September 2019

TTK will be there!

Latest news

TTK invites Kingston upon Thames residents to sign an open letter to Cllr Hilary Gander and her colleagues on Kingston Council in support of a local Climate Emergency Declaration...

In August 2019 TTK announced a design competition for a fresh new banner to use on this website and new fliers. See the design brief...

The July TTK/HUG Green Screen film show and discussion with TTK founder Shaun Chamberlin (on the left of the photo) proved a stimulating and enjoyable evening, with the audience providing lots of challenging and interesting questions about the simple, sustainable life recommended by Shaun and the film.

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