The November 2020 Newsletter is now available online, with details of events and activities that are being planned for the next few months. These include the Camden Future Journal – a wraparound written by you, from the year 2030; six tree giveaways, organised by the Camden Forest Project; two webinars as part of the schools’s sustainability programme; and a Think & Do pop-up at the Kentish Town City Farm.
September 2020 saw the creation of an inspiring Think and Do outside space at our new community site at 19 Highgate Rd, NW5. Fun was had by all building furniture out of pallets, and market stalls for youth enterprise, clothes and toy swops etc. There’s even a pop up performance stage! Our thanks to wonderful street artist itsonlyarthur.com for the inspiring wall design. We hope to set up a T&D pop-up indoors, and welcome you all, as soon as Covid restrictions allow.
During October half-term Kentish Town City Farm are running a holiday play-scheme (for a limited number of children), and Think&Do will be providing climate action activities for the children to participate in. Activities include a cycling workshop, “Make a Halloween Mask”, cooking seasonal produce and reporting from 2030.
Also in October we are hosting a pop-up poster campaign with libraries around the borough of Camden. Our pilot campaign is at Kentish Town library where these posters can be seen in the front windows. The posters can also be viewed online, in the poster gallery. In the next few months we hope that this pop-up will be rolled out across all libraries around LBC. Do also check out our mini installation under the canopy by the Bean about Town coffee stand. If you would like a set of these posters to display in a public community space where you live or work in the borough of Camden, get in touch.
This November, T&D will be embarking upon an inspiring six month virtual pop up with UCL. This will start with a student imagination workshop. More news soon!