On 9 February we welcomed Caitlyn Mackesy Davies to KeWI.
Caitlyn explained the principles behind The Transition movement and her aim to build resilience within the Kew community in keeping with those principles and values. Kew The Transition will be encouraging collaboration to bring vibrant, imaginative and inclusive projects alive. So what are the Transition's principles and values?
...we grow the food we eat right on our street
...we make sure the bees have all that they need
...we let our gardens get overgrown
...we treated trees like treasure
...there was no stopping our imagination
...we let long term thinking lead the way
Find out more here.
If you'd like to get involved, visit KTT's Facebook page.
Introduced by Bee, Committee member responsible for membership, around 50 members joined us on 12 January to hear Hayley Scott from The Forensic Experience tell us about life as a Crime Scene Investigator. We learnt about protecting the crime scene, bagging up and removing evidence, protective gear and the process of identifying suspects from fingerprints. And just how such evidence can lead to successful arrests.