The Power of Just Doing Stuff
Are you concerned about the environment?
Think more could be done to save our planet?
We’re part of a worldwide movement
Of communities taking action locally
To build a fairer, more sustainable future.
Transition Town Whitstable is part of the Transition Network .
TTW has been going since 2007 serving, in may ways, as a springbboard for local environmental projects such as the Farmer’s Market, the StreamWalk Community Garden, Blue Banana (Ethical and Sustainable Businesses), Whitstable s Marine Environment Group), Plastic Free Whitstable, and more…
Current activities within TTW revolve primarily around the Repair Café, Plastic Free Whitstable and the Marine Environment Group, but we would like to encourage other projects to continue to use this site and our Facebook page to communicate their activities and link up with each other.
We also run a stall on the occasional weekend at the Whitstable Junior car park, where one of TTW’s most successful projects – Stream Walk Trust – sells home-grown seeds and plants and home-made jams, chutneys etc.
Please contact us if you have any local environmental/sustainability project you’d like to get off the ground or if you want to get involved in any existing project. We have a constitution and a bank account which may prove useful to any new group starting out.
You may also be interested in contacting one or more of the following local organisations:
Whitstable Society website , Facebook and Twitter – ‘Our overall objective is to improve the amenity and utility value of the town and district for local people, preserving the character and features of our inheritance and improving the area to meet the needs of the future’. Major current activity: The Oval Campaign
Whitstable Umbrella Centre website, Facebook and Twitter – ‘We provide an affordable, safe and welcoming home for all; a dynamic venue where over one thousand people a week find support, friendship and fun through a wide range of activities’
Horsebridge Arts and Community Centre – website, Facebook and Twitter – ‘a quality venue at the heart of arts, social, learning and leisure activities in Whitstable and the wider north east Kent area ‘
Red Zebra Community Solutions – website, Facebook and Twitter – ‘A local infrastructure organisation providing capacity building services, volunteer-led projects and information, advice and support to voluntary and community organisations
If you are a local community organisation that supports our aims, please send us any updates on your activities to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will publish them on our website, Facebook and Twitter.