Newsletter update

From  January 2016 TTK will be sharing a newsletter with Kingston Environment Centre, with KEC sending out their editions at the end of January, April, July and October, and TTK covering all the other months. The newsletters will share news and events a

Get involved in the North Kingston Forum…

Do you live in North Kingston and would you like to get involved in the new North Kingston Forum? You can meet other interested people and learn more about the neighbourhood forum at a meeting on Tues 17th November at 7.30pm at the Queens Head Pub, Richmo

Engage with energy savings

Are you keen to learn more about the consumption of your appliances? Do you like to share good ideas among your friends? You can apply for receiving free energy monitors (and smart plugs) from the project DecarboNet. You will be able to check online the c

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“The only green in the village”

Slightly droopy sunflower above epitomises how I feel sometimes. Do please revisit occasionally – there may be new cris du coeur from the only “green in the village”. July 2016, A walk in the woods… … and meadows of suburban

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Our birthday party and AGM

It was good to see friends old and new at our 7th birthday party, celebration of local food and AGM on Friday 17th. If you were there, we hope you enjoyed it, maybe heard about a project or group you’d like to join, and took home some local produce

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Welcome to our website!

Welcome to our website which we hope you will find informative, easy to navigate, and full of news and events on sustainability in Kingston. It’s still at the seedling stage and will hopefully blossom as the year progresses. Each year has sees mo

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Romy Fraser’s Life with Plants

These days we’re incredibly lucky to have so many wonderful organic British made beauty brands, but back in the 1970’s it was a very different picture. Last night, in the beautiful setting of the Chelsea Physic Garden, London, Romy Fraser gave us a gu

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Planning our River of Herbs for Chelsea Fringe

This year we have big plans for our Chelsea Fringe event. We want to create a River of Herbs to lead visitors to Surbiton down the High Street and Brighton Road round to our community garden at Balaclava Road. Our plan is to plant our calendula, rosemary,