Would you like to join local residents for a programme of facilitated workshops exploring our responses to the climate crisis -personally and collectively? Living with the climate crisis is a programme of workshops which offer a mix of psychologically-based groupwork and experiential learning which support people in managing their feelings, experiences and actions towards this complex issue.  Anxiety, […]

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Between 2011 – 2018 Transition Tooting led several rounds of Carbon Conversations – involving over 80 local residents. The facilitated workshops enabled individuals to explore the areas of our lives where we can reduce our own carbon emissions: travel, food, domestic energy, consumption and waste. A quote from a participant: “The beauty of Carbon Conversations is the optimism, […]

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Thank you to everyone who took part in our 2021 Pollinator Paradise competition. We had over 40 entries across the Tooting and Balham area. And the winners are: In the Front Garden Competition; Brightside Crescent Judges’ comments The planting was well chosen to be attractive to pollinators and to provide a succession of flowering over […]

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Transition Town Tooting work with a number of partner agencies. One of the agencies we have a long history of working with, is Community Action for Refugees and Asylum Seekers. There have been a number of projects over the years, but the current projects are:  The Youth group project This supports users of the CARAS […]

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In 2016 we staged the Tour de Tooting combining fun, wellbeing, cycling, wheel mechanics, health and quieter, greener streets to celebrate the wheels in our lives with a parade through the centre of Tooting.

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On a glorious sunny day in May 2012, Transition Town Tooting (TTT) held a day-long walk celebrating the places and things that contribute to our local wellbeing.  The walk brought together two recurrent themes of Tooting transition: a ‘mobile’ approach to making local connections and a focus on community wellbeing. Tooting stretches between and beyond […]

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Traffic on Tooting High Street came to a stop in 2010 when the Tooting Trashcatchers Carnival came to town!   Over 800 participants from local schools, community groups and clubs took part in this unique carnival made almost entirely from household rubbish. Check out the CARNIVAL BLOG and read all about what happened on that magical […]

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There is much talk about the breakdown of communities in urban areas but our experience in Tooting in SW London is of an area teeming with multi-layered communities brought together by faith, politics, sport, art, social support, neighbourhoods, health and much more. These communities may not be immediately visible but looking closely at the buildings […]

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